Nick StoffelProducer, KPBS Morning Edition
Nick is a life-long San Diegan who enjoys the thrill of breaking news and delivering balanced information to the community. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003 with a degree in American history and a focus on Hispanic studies and communication, Nick became an assignment editor at XETV/FOX 6 (now a CW affiliate) in San Diego. In 2006, he joined KPBS Radio as a producer for These Days. He produced several special programs, including an examination into immigration, religion, and security during a post-9/11 world. He was also an associate producer on the weekly opinion program, Editors Roundtable. The following year, he transitioned to the KPBS newsroom as producer for the award-winning morning drive program, Morning Edition. He loves waking up early to deliver the news to the intelligent KPBS audience. When he's not burying his head in news, Nick enjoys playing golf and getting too competitive on the indoor soccer field.
The 82-year-old Kentucky lawmaker is the longest-serving Senate leader in history.
McConnell announced his plans on the Senate floor Wednesday where he talked about waiting for a day when he would have total clarity about the end of his work. "That day arrived today."
Hunter Biden appeared behind closed doors to provide testimony in the House GOP impeachment inquiry into his father, President Joe Biden.
President Biden, 81, is the oldest person ever to hold the office, and voters have expressed concern that he is too old for a second four-year term in the job.
It’s been less than a week since San Diego County's Migrant Welcome Center closed, and already CBP has released more than 1,000 asylum seekers and other migrants into the streets.
Dendrochronologists found that high temperatures in the 21st century make the current drought unprecedented compared to other dry periods around the Colorado River across the past 500 years.
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- San Diego Gas & Electricity made nearly $1 billion in profits last year
- Chula Vista, Kumeyaay leaders to unveil signage for renamed park
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- SBA opens Recovery Center to help businesses affected by flooding