Pauline LucasProduction Assistant
Pauline Kylie Lucas worked as a student producer for "KPBS Midday Edition" and "KPBS Evening Edition." She began at KPBS in 2007, covering stories and helping in all areas of the newsroom. She graduated from San Diego State University with honors in December 2012, with a degree in Communications and minors in Journalism and Women's Studies. Pauline moved to San Diego in 2007 from the island of Kaua'i. In her spare time, she enjoys poetry, theater, running, dancing hula, and surfing.
Quilters have been copying patterns believed to have been used as signals for the Underground Railroad even though historians say they can't find any evidence they were used that way.
We live in a rapidly aging world. A new global photography project captures the lives behind the statistics by documenting the lives of 72-year-olds — the world's median life expectancy today.
The Apollo Chamber Players in Houston, Texas, create concerts in response to book banning, the refugee crisis, the war in Gaza and other world events. Thousands of people attend their performances.
Lawmakers in Pakistan's National Assembly elected Shehbaz Sharif as the country's new prime minister for the second time, as allies of imprisoned former premier Imran Khan shouted in protest.
The vice president seeks to reach a cease-fire deal to allow the flow of more aid into Gaza and to discuss the region's future. Gantz's trip to Washington has upset Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.
The U.S. military on Saturday began dropping food over the war-torn enclave. Costly and inefficient, delivering humanitarian aid by air is no substitute for delivering it by land, aid groups say.
- San Diego Parks and Rec says no poison found at Fiesta Island Park
- Escondido passes controversial policy statement on homelessness
- Snowpack getting huge boost from storm
- San Diego's Helen Woodward Animal Center halves fees for March as pet adoptions dip nationwide
- California voters could toss out billions in public dollars — and one SoCal county’s hopes