If you got in a fender bender, you probably wouldn't expect the first responder to be an unarmed octogenarian -- but that scenario is entirely possible in San Diego.
By Elisabeth Ponsot
A San Diego judge has sentenced 28-year-old Kevin Bollaert to 18 years in prison for running a "revenge porn" website that featured explicit photographs and included identifying information such as links to the victims' social media accounts.
By Colleen Shalby
What’s there to do when your city is in the midst of an ongoing drought and the price tag on imported water continues to spike? Recycle your sewage water, that’s what.
By Susan Murphy, KPBS
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 Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Using satellites, communication networks and weather sensors computer scientists have created WIFIRE, which analyzes burning wildfires and predicts where they will spread.
Providing long term care at a reasonable cost — especially for low-income Americans who are elderly or have disabilities — has long been a challenge in the U.S. In California, long term care providers are coordinating in order to tackle…
Blind Dissident's Escape: an 'Opportunity' for Chinese Government?…
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…
Here's a selection of art and culture reports from local public broadcasting stations and national producers.
A San Diego charter high school is aiming to close the education gaps between students of immigrant families and their counterparts by motivating them to acquire business and science skills and pursue college degrees. Paul Solman offers the latest in…
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