Producer, KPBS Midday Edition
Harrison Patiño is a producer for "KPBS Midday Edition". His primary roles include story development, and is involved in the audio production and coordination of interview subjects.
Prior to joining KPBS, Harrison held various positions at Hawaii Public Radio within its news and music departments. While pursuing a double major in journalism and classics at The University of Hawaii at Manoa, Harrison worked at the school's student-run radio station, KTUH. After graduating, Harrison served as a community advisor for the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Student Media Board.
Recent Stories by Harrison Patiño
San Diego jazz pianist Joshua White gives us a playlist of impactful local musicians, and talks to us about working with each. Settle in for some jazz, some stories and a glimpse into the life of a performer during the pandemic.
A decades-old policy that places a number of barriers to the region's tribes ability to acquire land will be revisited next month by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
San Diego Unified, San Diego County's largest school district, welcomed students back to campus Monday. About half of the district's students opted to return to the classroom while the other half will continue learning remotely.
This week, the city of San Diego got some bad news about plans to renovate the Midway District after an overlooked state law called the project into question.
Hiring concerns, capacity issues and common sense safety measures are all among the long list of topics that California restaurants will have to reckon with before the state's reopening on June 15th.
The family of a mentally ill man will receive a multi-million dollar settlement three years after his death. The man's family's attorneys said attempts by sheriff's deputies to forcibly remove him from a holding cell resulted in his death.
San Diego Schools are set to receive nearly a billion dollars in stimulus funding as part of the latest COVID relief package.
The commission submitted a 19 proposed changes involving SDPD's policy on how officers respond to and interact with protestors.
Persephone Biosciences wants to enlist 250 San Diegans to share stool staples to analyze how the COVID-19 vaccine interacts with our bodies.
A project created by a San Diego woman is recruiting the family stories of people of color whose stories got left out of the American history traditionally taught in school.