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Farming Kelp

San Diego is farming kelp to satisfy the taste for seaweed.

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Duration: 00:03:45

Station: KPBS


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Environmental Group Working To Fix San Diego’s Cross-Border Pollution

A clean water advocate considers some possible solutions to the region's cross-border pollution problem.

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Duration: 00:05:24

Station: KPBS


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Biomedical Nonprofit In San Diego Using Robots To Speed Drug Discovery

IT TAKES AN AVERAGE OF TEN-YEARS AND TWO-BILLION DOLLARS TO DEVELOP A DRUG -- FROM THE RESEARCH LAB TO THE PHARMACY SHELF. KPBS HEALTH REPORTER SUSAN MURPHY SHOWS US HOW LOCAL SCIENTESTS ARE USING ROBOTS TO SPEED UP THE PROCESS.

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Duration: 00:04:41

Station: KPBS


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More Retirees Find Themselves Taking Care Of Mom And Dad

People are living longer compared to decades ago. That fact has spawned a trend--senior citizens taking care of their very elderly parents. As part of our statewide collaboration covering the California Dream, KPBS's Amita Sharma spoke to two sisters in their late-60s who share care of their 100-year old mom.

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Duration: 00:06:14

Station: KPBS


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Grow Pot

Recreational Marijuana is now legal in California and cannabis growers in San Diego are trying to meet the demands of the new market. KPBS Reporter Matt Hoffman shows us the growing business of cannabis.

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Duration: 00:05:24

Station: KPBS


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Mexico’s American Gun Problem Part Two

PRESIDENT TRUMP CONTINUES TO DEMAND A WALL TO STOP IMMIGRANTS AND DRUGS FROM ENTERING THE U-S. LAST NIGHT, WE LOOKED AT HOW MEXICO'S RECORD VIOLENCE IS TIED TO U-S GUNS POURING SOUTH INTO MEXICO. NOW, KPBS BORDER REPORTER JEAN GUERRERO LOOKS AT WHAT'S BEING DONE ABOUT IT.

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Duration: 00:05:05

Station: KPBS


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Mexico's American Gun Problem

MEXICO IS SEEING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF HOMICIDES IN ITS HISTORY. EXPERTS SAY A VAST MAJORITY OF MEXICO'S KILLINGS ARE DONE WITH U-S GUNS SMUGGLED SOUTH. IN PART 1 OF THIS TWO-PART SERIES, KPBS BORDER REPORTER JEAN GUERRERO LOOKS AT THE PROBLEM AND WHO IT'S AFFECTING.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:36

Station: KPBS


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San Diego, Interrupted: Trump’s Threats To Close The Border Slow Cross-Border Trade

In San Diego, at the country's busiest land port of entry, tens of thousands of people cross the border every day to go to school, work, see a doctor, or go shopping. Their lives -- and the regional economy -- would be interrupted if the president moved forward with shutting down the border. KPBS border reporter Jean Guerrero has the story.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:17

Station: KPBS


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Healing A Mother’s Pain By Forgiving A Killer Part Two

Yesterday KPBS's Maya Trabulsi introduced you to a mom mourning the murder of her son. Today she joins other moms of murdered sons and daughters as they go inside Centinela State Prison to break down the walls between victim and offender.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:46

Station: KPBS


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Healing A Mother’s Pain By Forgiving A Killer Part One

When a life is violently taken, the person most deeply impacted is typically the mother who gave it. That is why a local victim's impact group called "Mothers with a Message," vows to break the cycle of violence by rehabilitating offenders from the inside out. KPBS's Maya Trabulsi has the first of a 2-part series.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:05:18

Station: KPBS


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Surf Forecasting Is Part Of Walter Munk’s Legacy

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURFERS MIGHT NOT KNOW IT, BUT THEY ARE BENEFITING EVERY DAY FROM RESEARCH DONE DECADES AGO BY LEGENDARY OCEANOGRAPHER WALTER MUNK, WHO DIED EARLIER THIS MONTH. KPBS REPORTER ERIK ANDERSON SAYS ONE OF MUNK'S LASTING GIFTS IS HIS WORK PIONEERING SURF FORECASTING.

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Duration: 00:03:38

Station: KPBS


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Veterans Hope New VA System Will Speed Up Their Disability Appeals

THE V-A HAS IMPLEMENTED A NEW LAW DESIGNED TO SPEED UP THE APPEALS PROCESS FOR DISABILITY CLAIMS. VETERANS NOW OFTEN HAVE TO WAIT YEARS FOR A DECISION FOLLOWING AN APPEAL. KPBS MILITARY REPORTER STEVE WALSH TALKED TO VETERANS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED THOSE DELAYS.

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Duration: 00:04:06

Station: KPBS


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Room To Grow: San Diego Startup Plans $100 Million Expansion

CO-WORKING SPACES ARE SHARED PLACES DESIGNED TO ENCOURAGE INNOVATION. THEY'RE NUMBERS HAVE BALLONED IN RECENT YEARS. COMMONGROUNDS WORKPLACE IS GROWING FASTER THAN MOST IN THE INDUSTRY. I SPOKE TO THE CEO, JACOB BATES. HE SAYS WORKPLACE AS A SERVICE** IS THE FUTURE.

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Duration: 00:03:18

Station: KPBS


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Climate Change & Plant Reproduction

IS CLIMATE CHANGE AFFECTING HOW PLANTS REPRODUCE? THAT'S THE QUESTION BEHIND A PROJECT LAUNCHING AT SAN DIEGO STATE THIS FALL. KPBS EDUCATION REPORTER MEGAN BURKS INTRODUCES US TO SOME OF THE SCIENTISTS TAKING PART, AND THE NATIVE PLANT THEY'RE STUDYING.

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Duration: 00:04:45

Station: KPBS


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Radical American Activists Flock To Migrant Caravan In Tijuana

AS PRESIDENT TRUMP CONTINUES HIS FIGHT FOR A BORDER WALL, SOME AMERICANS ARE FLOCKING TO THE MIGRANT CARAVAN IN TIJUANA... FOR VERY DIFFERENT REASONS. KPBS BORDER REPORTER JEAN GUERRERO HAS THE STORY.

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Duration: 00:05:14

Station: KPBS


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Health Center Trains, Recruits Doctors To Serve Poor Amid Growing Shortage

A LOOMING DOCTOR SHORTAGE IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY IS EXPECTED TO HIT LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES THE HARDEST. KPBS HEALTH REPORTER SUSAN MURPHY MET A DOCTOR WORKING TO MAKE SURE THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN.

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Duration: 00:04:57

Station: KPBS


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San Diego Parkinson’s Fighters Battle Disease

FOR THOSE FIGHTING PARKINSON'S DISEASE... THE ACT OF FIGHTING MIGHT BE AN EFFECTIVE THERAPY. BACK IN JULY... KPBS HEALTH REPORTER SUSAN MURPHY BROUGHT US THIS STORY ABOUT HOW BOXING IS HELPING PATIENTS IN SAN DIEGO

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Duration: 00:05:31

Station: KPBS


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Courage, Cancer & College

San Diego State University student struggles to stay in school after his mom is diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. A university staff member starts a crisis fund to help these students.

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Duration: 00:04:48

Station: KPBS


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Navy Whales

The Navy is rolling out its latest plan to manage wildlife in the training ground for the waters from southern California to Hawaii. After years of legal battles, environmentalists worry the Navy is backsliding in its latest plan.

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Duration: 00:04:20

Station: KPBS


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DRONES IN ARCTIC RESEARCH

SAN DIEGO RESEARCHERS ARE DEPLOYING NEW TOOLS TO STUDY THE ANTARCTIC'S UNDERWATER FOOD WEB. NOAA SCIENTISTS HAVE TRACKED KRILL POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEANS FOR YEARS, BUT FOR THE FIRST TIME, THEY PLAN TO USE AUTONOMOUS DRONES TO HELP WITH THE RESEARCH.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:20

Station: KPBS