KPBS Midday Edition Segments
Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon host KPBS Midday Edition, a daily radio news magazine keeping San Diego in the know on everything from politics to the arts.
San Diego State University is using comics to teach students about critical thinking at a time when such skills are most needed.
A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. government must stop using a Trump-era public health order to quickly expel migrants with children who are apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico border.
San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Miss Breed, Public Destruction, 'La Cage Aux Folles,' Zelos Quartet And Women's Film Festival
This weekend in the arts: the Broadway musical that inspired "The Birdcage," a saxophone quartet, "The Rebellious Miss Breed" reopens the downtown library's art gallery, and you can trash some art at SDMA.
San Diego County public health officials reported 742 new coronavirus infections and 17 additional deaths, according to the latest reports.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 Wednesday to start the process of allowing micro-enterprise home kitchen operations throughout the county.
A Logan Heights brewery is playing host to a regular showing of Lucha Libre - the high flying traditional sport of Mexican wrestling.
With manipulated synthesizers or homemade electronic instruments, the San Diego-based experimental duo Skrapez makes curious, creative and chaotic walls of sound.
Tuesday's recall offered its own lessons. It showed that Republicans’ groundless claims of election fraud aren’t going away anytime soon. Even while ballots were still being cast, Republicans were claiming the election was “rigged.”
The white supremacist overtones of the recent arrest of an Oceanside whose presence outside of the Democratic National Committee's headquarters is highlighting the threat of domestic terrorism.
The warming climate will soon begin squeezing worker's pocketbooks as intense heat begins limiting when and how long they can work outside.