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Who really runs San Diego's KPBS

Private lies and public television

It's a sweltering Saturday night in August, time once again for the most important program on KPBS television: Pledge Break. Brad Warner, the station’s program director, steps up to the microphone, introduces a dozen Mensa ...

Unnatural erosion at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park

Is Point Loma Nazarene responsible?

It looks like a big vacant lot along the cliffs on the western slope of Point Loma, just below Point Loma Nazarene College, between Ladera Street and the fence marking the U.S. Navy property. There’s ...

Psychics say Clairemont killer comes from India

Profiles in murder

He's not black, this Clairemont killer. Contrary to police reports, he's from India and speaks with an accent. His skin is tan. the color of coffee with cream. He lives in Clairemont, near the killings. ...

Small autumnal changes in the San Diego Zoo

Fall passes almost imperceptibly

In fall, Coburn noted, changes are going on above and below ground. Soil temperature is lower. I touched the crumbly dirt onto the fig leaves had fallen and thought it felt cool.

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