Brenden TuccinardiWeb Producer
Brenden Tuccinardi is a web producer at KPBS. He is responsible for writing web stories, copy editing and updating the station’s website.
Before joining KPBS, Brenden was an assistant English teacher in Madrid, Spain. Before that, he served as editor-in-chief of The Daily Aztec, San Diego State’s independent student newspaper.
Brenden holds a bachelor’s in advertising from SDSU's School of Journalism and Media Studies. Brenden enjoys analog photography, brewery hopping, and traveling in his free time.
Early Friday morning, Gossip Grill, an LGBTQ+ bar in Hillcrest, suffered minor damage from two fires.
From a 31-foot juvenile gray whale to a life-size great white shark, a mosaic offers the public a chance to explore the ocean's wonders.
Parts of Imperial Beach, Coronado, Chula Vista and San Diego under boil water advisory due to E. coli contaminationThe San Ysidro School District closed all its schools Friday due to the advisory, and the Chula Vista Elementary School District is taking precautionary measures at four district schools that are impacted.
Firefighters are still working to extinguish a wildfire in the Potrero area. The blaze has burned 400-plus acres and is 10% contained as of Friday.
A brush fire blackened scores of open acres in the area of Barnett Ranch County Preserve.
What's called an annular solar eclipse will briefly dim the skies over sections of the western U.S. and Central and South America on Saturday. In San Diego, there will be a partial annular solar eclipse.
- New California rules are crushing the solar industry
- New report shows 'real cost' of living in San Diego, Imperial counties
- Poway Unified School District superintendent sued by a student and her family
- San Diego area credit unions charging millions in overdraft fees
- Sandra Day O'Connor, first woman on the Supreme Court, dies