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KPBS Midday Edition


KPBS Midday Edition is a daily talk show hosted by Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon, keeping San Diegans in the know on everything from politics to the arts.

  1. 1.
    Pandemic’s Death Toll 66% Higher Than Official Counts10/21/2020
  2. 2.
    New Information Behind The Ash Street Lease10/20/2020
  3. 3.
    Last Day To Register To Vote In San Diego County10/19/2020
  4. 4.
    Sean Elo-Rivera Says He Can Bring Stability And Opportunity To District 9, County Still Evaluating Goal On COVID-19 Outbreaks, San Diego Weekend Arts Events10/16/2020
  5. 5.
    San Diego Pandemic Losses Could Reach $12B, Campa-Najjar In Hot Water After Controversial Comments, COVID-19 Is Found In A Funny Place, The BLM Movement Expands To Mexico, And Opera At The Drive-In10/15/2020
  6. 6.
    San Diego Mayoral Candidates Discuss The Issues In KPBS-UC San Diego Forum10/09/2020
  7. 7.
    Takeaways From VP Debate, COVID-19 Upends California’s Homeless Epidemic, 49th Congressional District Race, San Onofre Surfing History10/08/2020
  8. 8.
    Poll Shows San Diego Mayor Race A Dead Heat, Wildfires Give Heightened Awareness To Clean Air Day, District 2 Supervisor Race, Nursing Home Sexual Assault And 5 Songs For October10/07/2020
  1. 9.
    Pediatrics expert's keynote address to San Diego Housing Federation will stress the importance of "decent, stable" housing for the physical and mental health of children and families.10/07/2020
  2. 10.
    San Diego mayoral candidates Barbara Bry and Todd Gloria are seen in campaign photos10/06/2020
  3. 11.
    Vu On Voting: Registrar On Where, When and How, San Diego COVID-19 Data Funneled Through Patchwork Of Overlapping Reporting Networks, Election-Themed Art To See In San Diego This Weekend10/03/2020
  4. 12.
    California To Study Reparations For Black Americans, County Reworking Climate Plan, So Long Antiquated Sedition Law, Proposition 16 Break Down And Italian Film Fest Preview10/01/2020
  5. 13.
    SDPD Chief Vows Probe Of Officer's Alleged Online Mockery Of Dead Suspect, Trump Derails 1st Presidential Debate With Biden, A Guide To Voting In 202009/30/2020
  6. 14.
    6 Questions Ahead Of The 1st Trump-Biden Presidential Debate, SUVs Dire Impact On Carbon Emissions, San Diego County's Contact Tracing Struggles Explained09/30/2020
  7. 15.
    Santa Ana Winds Bring Fire Threat, Good News On Climate Change Fight, Planning For Bike Safety Post Pandemic, Sports In COVID-19 Age And Family Music Language09/28/2020
  8. 16.
    San Diego Activists Sue Over Gang Database Use, ROTC Cadets Gradually Returning To In-Person Training, And Weekend Arts And Cultural Events Preview09/25/2020
  9. 17.
    Justice For Breonna Taylor Protest In San Diego, California Zero-Emission Car Mandate, Western Wildfire Misinformation, Mom To Autistic Sons Becomes Special Ed Teacher And ‘A Growing Passion’ Returns.09/24/2020
  10. 18.
    San Diego Still In Red Tier, Local Scientist Reacts To Changing CDC Guidance, New Bill Makes Military Sexual Harassment A Crime, And George Takei09/22/2020
  11. 19.
    KPBS Midday Edition Special: COVID-19 And The Childcare Crisis09/21/2020
  12. 20.
    Wildfires Speed Up Environmental Groups Call For State To Combat Climate Change Faster, San Diego Zoo Rethinking Conservation Strategy And Weekend Arts Events09/18/2020
  13. 21.
    SDSU COVID-19 Cases Not Excluded From County Totals, Fact-Checking SB 145, Task Force Looking Into Systemic Racism In Navy, Latino Film Fest And Summer Concert Series Ends09/17/2020
  14. 22.
    Midday Edition Special: Coronavirus Impacts On Vulnerable Students09/16/2020
  15. 23.
    Trump Spurns Climate Science In California Trip, Toni Atkins Reflects On This Year’s Legislative Session, Nightlife Hotspots Also Virus Hotspots And 101 Ash Street Document Fabrication09/15/2020
  16. 24.
    Midday Edition Special: Rooting Out White Supremacy In The U.S. Military09/14/2020
  17. 25.
    10 Dead As California Fire Becomes Deadliest Of The Year, San Diego Beaches, Parks And Restaurants Are Open, But Playgrounds Remain Closed, San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Blues, Douglass Versus Lincoln, And Remembering Voz Alta09/11/2020
  18. 26.
    Think 2020's Disasters Are Wild? Experts See Worse In Future, SANDAG Audit Alleges Improper Severance Payments, Bonuses, Promotions, SDSU Researchers Trace Surge In Coronavirus Cases To South Dakota Motorcycle Rally09/10/2020
  19. 27.
    Valley Fire At 17,565 Acres And 11% Contained As Firefighting Efforts Continue, State Data Shows San Diego County Regressing In Fight Against COVID-19, Rooftop Solar and Energy Storage Units Could Help During Emergency Blackouts09/09/2020
  20. 28.
    Valley Fire Chars Thousands of Acres, Local Scientists Blast FDA Over COVID-19 Plasma Data, UC Takes Environmental Lead09/08/2020
  21. 29.
    Valley Fire Explodes to 10,000 Plus Acres Over Weekend, From Prison Crews to Professional Fire Fighters, Latinos Struggle With U.S. Census09/07/2020
  22. 30.
    San Diego County Releases Limited Coronavirus Outbreak Data, San Diego Schools With Both Academic And Covid Disparities Face Reopening Dilemma, San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Latinx Theater, San Diego Art Prize, Performance Art And Math Rock09/04/2020
  23. 31.
    SDSU Moves All Classes Online After 64 Students Test Positive for COVID-19, UC San Diego Joins Second National Clinical Trial For COVID-19, Should the City Of San Diego Be Its Own Power Company?09/03/2020
  24. 32.
    Police Help Defeat California Bill On Removing Problem Cops, How Effective Is Plasma To Treat COVID-19?, San Diego Police Have Released All But One Video Of Officers Shooting People This Year09/02/2020
  25. 33.
    What California Lawmakers Did On Their Last Day Of Session, Some Prominent UCSD Faculty Want County To Slow Business Reopening, Police Aren’t Required To Release All Footage When An Officer Shoots09/01/2020
  26. 34.
    Movie Theaters, Gyms And Museums Among Businesses Set To Reopen In San Diego, San Diego County Schools Prepare To Welcome Kids Back To Classrooms, Understanding The Scope And Impact Of Racial Bias In The Military08/31/2020
  27. 35.
    San Diego Unified To Offer Limited In-Person Learning, Will ‘Top Gun’s’ Sequel Lead To Another Military Recruiting Boom?, This Weekend In San Diego Art Events08/28/2020
  28. 36.
    Pro Athletes Refuse To Play In Solidarity With Racial Justice Protests, KPBS Event: Racism In Armed Forces, Your COVID-19 Questions Answered And Summer Music Series08/27/2020
  29. 37.
    County Supervisors Approve $6.5 Billion 2020-21 Budget, The Conspiracy Theory Behind ‘QAnon’, Flu Vaccine Even More Important In Pandemic, And Catalina Island’s Forgotten Occupation08/26/2020
  30. 38.
    Border Crossing Delays Affecting Essential Workers, Supervisor Jim Desmond Amplified False Coronavirus Information, Kindergarten From Home And San Diego Film Office Reopens08/25/2020
  31. 39.
    Republican National Convention Starts, Students Returning To Campus At SDSU, Tony Krvaric Old Hitler Video Resurfaces And Derby United Pivots To Keep Skating And Carry On08/24/2020
  32. 40.
    United Way Hits Streets For Census Push, Older Adults On Their Own When Wildfires Hit And Weekend Arts Events08/21/2020
  33. 41.
    San Diego Still Awaiting State’s Guidance On Reopening, Firefighters Taxed To Limit With Wildfires, Uber And Lyft Get Reprieve From Appeals Court And Summer Music Series08/20/2020
  34. 42.
    San Diego Off State Watch List, Another Countdown Begins, CSUs Will Require Ethnics Studies, Virtual School Discipline And La Jolla Music Society Summer Fest08/19/2020
  35. 43.
    Postmaster Halts Changes At USPS, East County Counter-Protest Movement, Sea-Level Rise Planning Should Continue During Pandemic and Children's Book Celebrates Chicano Park08/18/2020
  36. 44.
    Newsom Demands Probe Of Power Blackouts, Democratic National Convention Preview, And A New Vision For Transportation In San Diego08/17/2020
  37. 45.
    Scorching Heat Wave Arrives In San Diego, Doctors And Nurses Are Not Doing Okay, San Diego Political Scandals Inspire A Novel08/14/2020
  38. 46.
    San Diego COVID-19 Case Rate Falls Below State Threshold, Original Theater Work Eulogizes Human Toll Of Coronavirus, Trump Opposes USPS Funding For Mail Voting And Summer Music Series08/13/2020
  39. 47.
    Local Reactions To Kamala Harris’ Pick, Nearly 2,000 Californians Evicted During Pandemic, Black And Latino Neighborhoods Hit With Triple COVID-19 Whammy, And Tiki Oasis08/12/2020
  40. 48.
    No In-Person Schooling For A While, More Children Sickened By Coronavirus, Using Tech To Confront Census Obstacles, College Sports On Hold, And New Book On Stephen Miller08/11/2020
  41. 49.
    SeaWorld Attendance, Revenue Plummet, How COVID-19 Can Impact The Brain, Checking In On The San Diego Mayor’s Race, The San Diego Museum Of Us Is More Than A Name Change08/10/2020
  42. 50.
    California Virus Cases May Be Underreported, Colorado Finalizing Wastewater Testing Program To Battle Coronavirus, Diversity And Inclusion In Theatre Are Focus Of New KPBS TV Show08/07/2020
  43. 51.
    Local Reaction To Beirut Explosion, Pandemic Impact On Moms’ Careers, Providers Affected By Pandemic, PPP Loans Deadline Approaching And Summer Music08/06/2020
  44. 52.
    California AG Calls For Coronavirus Drug Supply, County Exploring Outsourcing Jail Health Care, Veteran Voices, Mexico’s Violence Hits All-Time High, SD Writers Festival Wraps Up08/05/2020
  45. 53.
    Gym Owner Charged For Violating Health Order, Election Security Questions Answered, Warming Ocean Threatens Giant Kelp Forests, And Financial Planning In Age Of COVID08/04/2020
  46. 54.
    Marines ID 9 People Killed In Deadly Accident, Congress Still Divided Over Virus Relief, New MTS CEO Outlines Priorities Amid Pandemic, And Holding Class Outdoors08/03/2020
  47. 55.
    Workers Weigh In On The End Of $600 Unemployment Benefit, Eviction Crisis Looms In San Diego County, This Weekend In San Diego Art Events07/31/2020
  48. 56.
    County Steps Up Protection For Workers In Updated Health Order, PPP Loans Not Going To Underserved Communities, Roberto’s Taco Shop’s Matriarch Dies And Summer Concert Series07/30/2020
  49. 57.
    CBP Provided Munition Support To San Diego Sheriff During Protests, Trump Administration Will Reject New DACA Applications, And Students Calling For Disbanding School Police07/29/2020
  50. 58.
    SDG&E Contract Renewal, Logan Heights Church And Residents Rift Fueled By Cultural Divide, Keeping Up With COVID-19 Test Demands, And Comic-Con Long Tail07/28/2020
  51. 59.
    Safe Reopening Compliance Team To Help Business Navigate COVID-19 Rules, County’s Coronavirus Deaths Reveals Huge Disparity, San Onofre Decommissioning Progress Report And New Self-Driving Car Tech07/27/2020
  52. 60.
    San Diego To Participate In COVID-19 Vaccine Trial, Responding To Mental Health Calls Without The Police, San Diego Weekend Arts And Culture Events Preview07/24/2020
  53. 61.
    La Mesa Police Releases Video Of Controversial Shooting, San Diego PD Blows Past Overtime Budgets, County’s COVID-19 Latino Outreach ‘Lacks Urgency’ And SDSU Emeritus Debate07/23/2020

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