Linda BallGrants & Engagement manager
Linda Ball is the grants and engagement manager at KPBS. She oversees grants that support a wide-range of projects, from news to podcasts to community engagement. Since coming to KPBS in 2015, she has assisted in the implementation of the station's longest-running engagement program, One Book, One San Diego, and also managed Community Conversations, a program designed to explore issues important to the region.
The center is intended to help those working to recover from January's devastating floods.
All veterans exposed to toxins while in the military will eligible for VA health care beginning March 5.
Beginning Friday, March 1 this film will be available to stream on pbs.org and on the PBS App ahead of the broadcast premiere Sunday, March 24, 2024 at Noon on KPBS TV and March 24 at 1 p.m. on KPBS 2. Frederick Wiseman explores the lives and famed culinary artistry of the Troisgros family in the French countryside, taking us from sourcing ingredients and menu planning, to the organized chaos of the kitchen, to the ingenuity and creation of a dish.
This week, city of San Diego crews will begin resurfacing streets in and around Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Peñasquitos and Carmel Valley, it was announced Monday.
The FTC says the $24.6 billion deal would eliminate competition and lead to higher prices for millions of Americans.
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- 'A fabulous ambassador' Flaco, the beloved New York owl, died after building collision
- A new start for Bancroft Elementary after a month of flood damage repairs
- How Portugal eased its opioid epidemic, while U.S. drug deaths skyrocketed