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San Diego news; when you want it, where you want it. Get local stories on politics, education, health, environment, the border and more. New episodes are ready weekday mornings. Hosted by Debbie Cruz and produced by KPBS, San Diego and the Imperial County's NPR and PBS station.
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Governor Newsom was in San Diego Thursday, appearing alongside local leaders, to rally support for Proposition 1. In other news, one of our newsroom’s reporters joins the podcast to talk about some of the city of San Diego races on the March 5th primary ballot, and what to expect after the polls close. Plus, Escondido has adopted a new, controversi…
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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors this week approved a long-term plan to address migrant services, but there is no funding to put that plan into action. In other news, the city of Vista is working on a cannabis equity policy after the city council reviewed recommendations this week. Plus, there is healing happening right now at one High Tec…
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The San Diego County Migrant Welcome Center abruptly closed last week. The closure has forced advocates for migrants and asylum seekers to work around the clock. In other news, the Sempra earnings report released yesterday caused a stir among advocates lobbying to replace SDG&E with a municipal utility. Plus, there’s a new classroom on wheels in th…
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The Small Business Administration opened a center Monday in National City to help those recovering from last month's devastating floods. In other news, California is one of eight states joining a federal lawsuit to block the merger of Kroger and Albertsons. Plus, ahead of the March 5 primary election, we learn about the election in San Diego’s Dist…
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San Diego County shut down its Migrant Welcome Center last week, and border officials will now continue to drop migrants off on San Diego streets. In other news, local scientists may have discovered a birth control pill for men. We hear about the science that stopped sperm production in mice. Plus, voters in the city of San Diego have one local bal…
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A local community organization that helps mobilize voters is facing added challenges after last month’s flooding. In other news, dozens of students from San Diego Unified high schools have just accepted a challenge to find solutions to critical problems in their communities. Plus, giant pandas could be back at the San Diego Zoo this summer.…
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One month ago today, disaster came to San Diego, when a heavy downpour soaked the city. We hear from some of the people who suffered losses from the storm, to see how their recovery is going. In other news, this week KPBS gathered 15 community leaders from across the South Bay at the San Ysidro library to hear what’s top of mind for them as the ele…
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The federal government is stepping in to help people whose homes and businesses were damaged in last month's historic storms. In other news, with just two weeks to go before the primary election, Chula Vista District 4 city councilmember Andrea Cardenas resigned Monday afternoon. We learn about what this decision means for Chula Vista voters. Plus,…
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As more rain is ready to hit San Diego County, Carlsbad has declared its third storm-related emergency in recent weeks. In other news, California State University professors and other faculty have approved a new contract. Plus, Point Loma Nazarene University is hosting the 29th annual Writer’s Symposium by the Sea this week. We hear from one of the…
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A California based nonprofit is helping local flood victims clear out their damaged properties. In other news, we’re continuing to bring you information on some of the local races on the primary ballot. Today we learn about the five candidates running for San Diego mayor, and some of the candidates running for Chula Vista’s District 3 seat. Plus, T…
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Transit-oriented development is coming to Rancho Bernardo, with 100 units priced for families and people with lower incomes. In other news, all five of the region’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are on the ballot for the March primary election, but only one race is expected to be competitive. Plus, the president of the local American H…
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A policy recommended by the Citizen’s Law Enforcement Review Board has been denied by San Diego County Sheriff Kelly Martinez. In other news, senior military leaders from the Navy and Marine Corps are in town this week for the annual West Conference. Plus, the FAFSA was streamlined and simplified for the coming school year, but technical glitches h…
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The group trying to replace San Diego Gas and Electric with a municipal utility spoke out Tuesday. Power San Diego says they don’t appreciate SDG&E’s moves to stop their ballot initiative. In other news, San Diego's underwater kelp forests are a natural wonder that are under threat from climate change. That wonderful and troubling story is being to…
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A local law firm is preparing to file a class action lawsuit against the city of San Diego on behalf of the January 22nd flood victims. In other news, State Assembly District 79 is an open seat this election. We learn about the three candidates running for the position. Plus, low income families across San Diego County could qualify for extra benef…
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San Diego’s District 4, which includes Encanto, Skyline and Valencia Park, has some of the worst pavement conditions in the city. The city’s new pavement management plan directs the least amount of money there. Also in District 4, residents of a Mountain View apartment complex who lost everything in the Jan. 22 flooding said they’re going to sue th…
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Some financial help is coming for small business owners trying to recover from damage done in the recent floods across San Diego County. In other news, our KPBS South Bay Engagement Producer joins the podcast to fill us in on what resources are available on KPBS’s Voter Hub. Plus, we highlight one of the traditions of Lunar New Year.…
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This week’s tornado warning surprised many San Diego County residents alerted to the potentially dangerous weather conditions. We hear from a meteorologist about why the warning was issued. In other news, in a series of voice memos a San Diego Navy SEAL says he made a deal with the Navy after an investigation cleared him of extremism allegations, t…
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The San Diego Foundation is helping people displaced late last month by flooding, with $800,000 raised from private donors and philanthropic organizations. Plus, the flood damage across San Diego County is amplifying the already growing crisis of unhoused students trying to survive while attending school at the same time. A new project is offering …
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From clearing drainage channels to swift water rescue teams being at the ready, a look into how the city of San Diego and the county prepared for the latest storm. In other news, late last year, the Navy launched an investigation into a San Diego SEAL accused of having ties with extremists. We have more on what the SEAL is accused of, and the lates…
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About 100 new tiny cabins are ready to house people who are homeless in San Diego County. In other news, an exhaustive study finds higher than normal body heat is found in people who suffer from depression, suggesting new ways of treatment. Plus, a culture war about what's appropriate at the library continues in Coronado.…
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How flood victims are coping with more rain. In other news, the executive director of the San Diego Museum Council joins the podcast to talk about the details of February’s Museum Month. Plus, San Diego Opera opens its first grand opera of the season Friday, with a production of Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.” We get a behind-the-scenes preview.…
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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors this week voted 4-1 to approve an eviction moratorium in 11 zip codes. In those areas, residential evictions without “just cause” will be banned, and there will also be a delay in some residential rent increases. In other news, last year, the Biden Administration introduced a mobile app called CBP One, that…
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A landslide on the tracks in San Clemente is still impacting trains coming in and out of North San Diego County, a week later. In other news, a San Diego biotech company is working with the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, hoping to decode koala genomes. Plus, the San Diego International Jewish Film Festival kicks off Wednesday night, at the Garfie…
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Following last week’s storm, some families in National City are unable to return to their rented homes. Then, some environmental groups have been locked in a nine month long legal battle with the state over new solar rules. They’re now taking their claim to California’s Supreme Court. Finally, a state program will be doling out $250 million to firs…
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Advocates say new high-tech vending machines inside San Diego jails are the first of their kind in the U.S. to offer life-saving drugs to the most at-risk. In other news, youth across the country are facing a mental health crisis. We learn about two new, free smartphone apps to help them manage their mental health. Plus, over the years, something h…
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