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  • When your language is a little bit of Spanish and a little bit of English - and everyone understands it. That's Calexico, California.

"If you can't remember the Spanish version of the word, then you just use the American version and you usually get by. We do it every day."

      

  • Did you know if you donate to KPBS today, it will also go toward helping feed a family? Your money will be matched with a contribution to Feeding San Diego through Sept. 26: https://kpbs.us/2NWQoqY

      

  • You see them speeding around sidewalks, but electric scooters are not supposed to be there. Riders are supposed to wear helmets too, but most people in San Diego don't. 

Now, a scooter company is going after the scofflaws. https://bit.ly/2NoR7S1

      

  • We're eight days away from opening night of the GI Film Festival San Diego! Iconic actor George Takei is expected to attend the screening of his short film "American" at Museum of Photographic Arts Sept. 25. Tickets here: https://kpbs.us/2NWtJLv

      

  • A government report shows all of the mock-ups for Trump’s border wall prototypes were vulnerable to collapse from a known breaching technique. KPBS Investigative reporter Jean Guerrero is at the Otay Mesa site where the testing was done.

      

  • San Diego Zoo Safari Park staff have a little fun while they train Eric the rhino. 

Eric is the first captive born and raised rhino the San Diego Zoo has released into the wild. (This is GoPro video shot days before his release) https://bit.ly/2xhkQT9

      

  • Did you know that Tijuana just approved a plastic bag ban? It will go into effect by the end of the year and is supposed to help clean up San Diego and Mexico's beaches. https://kpbs.us/2xjiHWN

      

  • The Seawolves were the most decorated squadron in U.S. Naval aviation history. Some of their story started in San Diego County; they trained in Imperial Beach and at Camp Pendleton.

On Tuesday night at 9, we share their untold story with a new documentary on KPBS, Scramble the Seawolves.

      

  • When is the last time you (or your students) read a book? In this special #GreatReadPBS episode of Above the Noise • PBS host Myles Bess explores how tech is changing the way we read.

      

  • Fluffy kittens chasing a ball are beyond adorable -- but they sure aren't born that way. Practically deaf and blind, in their first few weeks they need constant warmth and milk to survive. 

This is a huge challenge for animal shelters, so they're working with researchers on ways to help motherless kittens flourish.

      

  • In Wisconsin, employers have turned to a totally unemployed and previously untapped labor pool to help fill jobs: those in prison. Paul Solman reports.

      

  • Living in Calexico, California means living right next the border fence to Mexico. It's life.  

"I feel that a border doesn't define us. Like, that's not who we are. I feel that people who are from here are very borderless."

      

When your language is a little bit of Spanish and a little bit of English - and everyone understands it. That's Calexico, California. "If you can't remember the Spanish version of the word, then you just use the American version and you usually get by. We do it every day."

 

 

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