In the wake of late September’s Hurricane Matthew, Haitians are increasingly desperate to reach the United States, which has recently reinstated deportations to Haiti for the first time since 2010's earthquake. But residents of Tijuana, Mexico, are showing an unusual…
By PBS NewsHour
Despite Tuesday's thunderstorms, San Diego is nearing a grim milestone of 1,000 days of drought. The conditions are taking a toll across the state.
By Susan Murphy, KPBS
The Occupy Movement stayed in the headlines this week as police broke up the San Francisco camp, but groups are digging in and holding up in many other places around the country. KPBS San Diego, OETA Oklahoma and Idaho Public…
Joanne Faryon of KPBS in San Diego reports on the resurgence of whooping cough in California after decades of the disease's decline.
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