Friday, May 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: Politics of Hunger

Politically Speaking: Politics of Hunger

Nicky Riordan, from Feeding America San Diego, Angela Kretschmar, Heaven's Window and Diane Wilkinson, the Hunger Advocacy Network discuss the politics of "food insecurity."

Friday, May 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: Judicial Contest

Politically Speaking: Judicial Contest

There's an incumbent in the race: Judge James Mangione, who's been on the bench since last November. His challenger, who has a campaign video in play: Paul Ware, a former judge in the Marine Corps, now a Justice...

Friday, May 20, 2016

Politically Speaking: Pension Reform Legal Fight

Politically Speaking: Pension Reform Legal Fight

Michael Zucchet, general manager of the San Diego Municipal Employees Association, the city's largest bargaining unit and Greg Stein, former board chairman of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association...

Monday, May 16, 2016

Camp David on Stage

Camp David on Stage

Three people instrumental in bringing the amazing history of "Camp David" to our Old Globe Theatre stage are Pulitzer Prizewinning author Lawrence Wright, Renowned stage director Molly Smith and film &...

Monday, May 16, 2016

Trump Trashes Mexico Trade

Trump Trashes Mexico Trade

Two widely published political commentators who've written in-depth about U.S.-Mexico economic ties Raoul Lowery Contreras and Carl Nettleton discuss the statements by the likely GOP candidate for president.

Monday, May 16, 2016

FBI Focus: Clinton Emails

FBI Focus: Clinton Emails

Charles LaBella, former U.S. Attorney here in San Diego once headed up DOJ's Campaign Financing Task Force, and served as a San Diego Ethics Commissioner.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Politically Speaking: Self-Driving Cars

Politically Speaking: Self-Driving Cars

It won't be long before we see self-driving cars on our highways. One South Bay city applied for a federal grant to fund a "smart city" plan that might accommodate testing grounds for driverless cars.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Politically Speaking: Private Utilities Commission

Politically Speaking: Private Utilities Commission

Critics say California’s Public Utilities Commission serves private utilities more than their ratepayers. It came out last week that PUC regulators have been hobnobbing with Wall Street analysts and hedge...

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Politically Speaking: June Primary Voting Outlook

Politically Speaking: June Primary Voting Outlook

With the California June primary just weeks away, NBC 7’s Politically Speaking takes a look at early look at voter registration patterns, turnout forecasts in the June election and the Trump vote. Vince Vasquez,

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Politically Speaking: Presidential Primaries, Part III

Politically Speaking: Presidential Primaries, Part III

NBC 7's Gene Cubbison speaks with attorney and former Washington-based political consultant Matt Strabone and businessman Jack Ford, a lifelong Republican activist and veteran of seven GOP National Conventions...

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Report of Shots Fired at Clairemont Home

Report of Shots Fired at Clairemont Home

San Diego Police surrounded a home Monday in the Clairemont area after a report of shots fired.

Witness: Driver 'Was Drowning' in Hydrant Crash

Witness: Driver 'Was Drowning' in Hydrant Crash

Passersby say they felt they had to rescue a driver trapped Sunday inside a car by water falling from 17-story high water geyser in downtown San Diego.

8 Dead as Nation's Midsection Prepares for Severe Storms

8 Dead as Nation's Midsection Prepares for Severe Storms

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'Listen to Our Veterans' Project Launches on Memorial Day 2016

'Listen to Our Veterans' Project Launches on Memorial Day 2016

The goal of the Listen to Our Veterans project is to allow veterans and other interested parties an opportunity to share their experiences in as fast as one minute.

Director Defends Shooting of Gorilla, Says Zoo Safe

Director Defends Shooting of Gorilla, Says Zoo Safe

The director of the Cincinnati Zoo says it remains safe for its 1.6 million annual visitors despite a weekend tragedy in which a gorilla was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who had entered its exhibit.

San Diego Marks Memorial Day 2016

San Diego Marks Memorial Day 2016

"This is a way that, in a small way, I can honor the people who have given their lives for our country," one volunteer said.