Pamela DavisMorning Edition Anchor
Many people remember Pamela Davis as the anchor for the number one weekend newscast on KFMB, channel 8. While at channel 8, she covered many national stories and was featured as a correspondent on CNN, HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel and the CBS news magazine 48 Hours. In addition to covering the top stories, her weekly franchise "Adopt 8" featuring children in the foster care system drew a huge amount of community support. As a result, nearly 300 children were placed into permanent homes. She went from Channel 8 to Denver, Colorado to anchor Fox 31's Good Day Colorado. In the first year of the newscast, she was recognized by her peers with a nomination for best local anchor. Pamela is the proud mom of two college-aged children. Her daughter Lindsay attends Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and her son Jordan attends the University of Miami.
A solution is on the horizon for a landslide that stopped passenger train service through San Clemente. Millions in state funding secured for a barrier wall.
A fourth-grade student in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District has raised hundreds of dollars for flood victims by selling hand-made bracelets.
The settlement of two lawsuits will place heightened scrutiny on the city's efforts to reduce car travel, increase development near public transit and phase out natural gas in buildings.
The Chula Vista City Councilmember’s announcement cast confusion over a key local election in San Diego County’s second-largest city.
Federal prosecutors say that Alexander Smirnov admitted to authorities that "officials associated with Russian intelligence were involved in passing a story" about President Biden's son, Hunter.
A recently filed lawsuit says Turner should be disqualified because he allegedly was not a resident or registered voter in the city of San Diego 30 days prior to filing his nomination papers, as required.
- Rain, possible flooding, thunderstorms expected in San Diego County this week
- San Diego filmmaker's short on Afro-Mexican identity premieres on PBS
- Embattled Chula Vista City Councilmember Andrea Cardenas resigns
- CFA members approve new contract with California State University
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