Chris YoungInvestigative Reporter, inewsource
Chris Young served as a reporter for inewsource, a nonprofit journalism enterprise embedded in the KPBS newsroom. Before moving to San Diego, he spent three years reporting on issues including food safety and corporate propaganda for the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit investigative news organization based in Washington, D.C. Chris’ journalism career began in Pittsburgh, where he worked as a reporter for Pittsburgh City Paper, the Steel City’s alternative-weekly newspaper. During his five-year stint with the paper, he covered everything from education and politics to neighborhoods and law enforcement. Chris received his master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from American University in 2013.
It's the first time the Balboa Park event will have a major musical act performing.
A new report for the U.S. Department of Energy comes as no surprise, andd underlines the value of Imperial Valley lithium for electrifying the country’s cars.
Premieres Monday, Jan. 1, 2024 at 7 a.m. on KPBS TV / Stream the the 2023 Parade now with KPBS Passport. This is a cherished turn-of-year tradition bringing pomp, circumstance, and good old-fashioned fun to the U.K. capital. The event, now in its fifth decade, raises spirits along its iconic parade route through the ancient city of Westminster. Cultural and community groups rub shoulders with leading professional entertainers and the mayors of London. Plus, more than 20 U.S. marching bands and a thousand varsity cheerleaders fill the streets of the U.K. capital for their moment in the global spotlight.
Monday, Dec. 11, 2023 at 9 p.m. on KPBS TV / Stream now with KPBS Passport! The holiday season has arrived at The Savoy and staff are pushed to the breaking point as they welcome hundreds of residential guests and diners across Christmas Day and New Year's Eve. Go behind-the-scenes at the hotel during the holiday festivities as the first luxury hotel in Britain delivers the glamour, elegance, history and character their guests truly wish to experience. Narrated by Celia Imrie ("The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel").
The state detected the tree-killing bacterial disease during routine inspections. It is a major threat to San Diego County's $138 million annual citrus crop.
Much of the state's water supply comes from snow that falls in the mountains during the winter and enters the watershed as it melts through spring.
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