San Diego's Morning News

San Diego's Morning News

Morning news with LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia, plus frequent traffic reports.

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May 18, 2022 6 min
LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with former Defense Secretary Mark Esper about his time in the Trump Administration and his new book.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia with U.S. News Real Estate Editor, Devon Thorsby, about the publication's survey on the best places to live in the U.S.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with Caroline Cory, producer and director of "A Tear in the Sky," a new documentary film which focuses on unidentified aerial phenomena.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with freelance investigative reporter J.W. August about San Diego's review of its new ambulance service provider, Falck, which has faced criticism in recent months.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with Marianela Camarillo, Executive Director of the Annual Miracle Babies Superhero 5K, about the run taking place this Sunday, May 15th.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk to San Diego Unified school board Vice President Sabrina Bazzo about the resolution to support reproductive rights.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk to David Gergen, former advisor to four U.S. Presidents and Senior Political Analyst for CNN, about his new book "Hearts Touched with Fire: How Great Leaders are Made."
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk to Clint August, heard afternoons on 101.5 KGB, about this year's May Ride and after party to benefit the Armed Forces YMCA of San Diego
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with John Taffer, host of Bar Rescue, about his new book "The Power of Conflict."
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with immigration attorney Esther Valdes about the Biden Administration's changes to Title 42 and how it will affect migrants seeking to enter the U.S.
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May 5, 2022 5 min
LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with Carlos Figueroa, member of the House of Mexico in Balboa Park, about what Cinco de Mayo is really all about.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with San Diego attorney, legal analyst and supreme court watcher Dan Eaton about the leak of a draft opinion in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with extreme customer service expert, Sarah Buxbaum, about how people are willing to pay more for better service.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk to with Phillip Molnar, San Diego Union-Tribune Senior Business Reporter, about how San Diego home prices have accelerated at a level not seen since the housing boom of the early 2000's.
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April 26, 2022 5 min
LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with Kira Rudyk, member of the Ukrainian Parliament, about the meeting with U.S. officials and the latest on the Russian invasion.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with acclaimed author Don Winslow about this new book "City on Fire," which features stories of the Irish and Italian mobs of New England.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with Ke Huy Quan, who starred in Indiana Jones and The Goonies, and is now in a film called "Everything Everywhere All at Once."
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk with John Kleindienst, a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran and Disabled American Veterans National Voluntary Services Director, about how people can help veterans in their community during National Volunteer Week.
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Ted Garcia talks with San Diego Unified Board Trustee Richard Barrera about why the district is moving forward with a vaccine mandate despite the state’s decision to delay its mandate for students until at least next summer.
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LaDona Harvey and Ted Garcia talk to San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Kate Morrisey, who has the story of a 17-year-old Ukrainian girl separated from her family at the border.
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