Neda Iranpour, CBS 8 San Diego

Neda Iranpour

CBS 8 San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Neda:

'She picked a really nice guy' | Male Weedy Seadragon at Birch Aquarium carrying around 70 eggs

Birch Aquarium curators are excited about the successful transfer of eggs from a female to a male in captivity. → Read More

Compost bins rolling out in January within City of San Diego

The city expects people who use their services to have a green bin and kitchen pail by July 2023. → Read More

Air pollution and respiratory issues at border are far worse than rest of county

The higher wait time at the border, the higher our monitor would read at that time,” said Amador. The San Ysidro monitor's highest readings are of black carbons. → Read More

Iran before the 1979 revolution, through a mother's eyes

Farin Iranpour shared her memories of a free Iran in this very personal story written by CBS 8's Neda Iranpour. → Read More

San Diego company works for a zero-waste shopping experience by creating single-use produce bags

On average, a family uses 1,500 produce bags a year, and their actual time in use lasts an average of only 15 minutes. → Read More

San Diegans honor women fighting against a repressive regime in Iran with art and music

CBS 8’s Neda Iranpour shows us how they’re doing so through art. → Read More

'This is in every ocean, every river, every lake'

They are turning algae into the substance to create soles of shoes and the soft padding on top of them where your foot would go. → Read More

Marine biologist using sea urchins for research in La Jolla

For the first time in the United States, a lab in La Jolla has discovered how to create genetically modified sea urchins. → Read More

We’re not “White” or “Asian” so what are we? Discussing race among Iranians

During the Iranian revolution, many families left their homes in the late 1970s. → Read More

WILDCOAST installs boom near border to address ongoing bi-national sewage issue

A spokesperson for WILDCOAST says their boom pics up nearly 2,200 pounds of trash a day. → Read More

The New Year | Persians celebrate Nowruz across San Diego

And at 8:33 a.m. on Sunday be sure you give your loved ones an extra hug and maybe enjoy something sweet as a way to bring luck to the new year. → Read More

How San Diego restaurants are recycling food waste

The food waste law has officially been a law for one month now and many restaurants have been required to comply. → Read More

Tsunami warning issued along San Diego coast after underwater volcano eruption near Tonga

Waves capable of producing strong currents hazardous to swimmers, boats, and coastal structures were expected to arrive starting at 7:50 a.m. on Saturday. → Read More

Seashells help preserve San Diego Bay

While they may seem dry and brittle, in the eyes of environmentalists pacific oyster shells are a life source. → Read More

Sew Loka | Upcycling custom designs in Barrio Logan

The sustainable fashion business was established by designer, Claudia Rodriguez Brozinski, in 2013. → Read More

Barrio Logan Then & Now: Revisiting 1980s series on San Diego neighborhoods

News 8 looks into the history of Barrio Logan, and what it's like today. We revisit Chicano Park and look at the vibrant arts scene and small businesses. → Read More

San Diego researcher unraveling mystery of 'critically endangered' giant sea bass population

Arturo Ramirez with Scripps Institution of Oceanography has dedicated his research to the giant sea bass and found there are more in Mexico than initially thought. → Read More

Sustainability takes top priority at Carlsbad Aquafarm

The Carlsbad Aquafarm sits between the Pacific Ocean and Interstate 5, in the calm and fairly clear waters of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon. → Read More

San Diego pharmaceutical company beginning third phase of trials for new COVID-19 vaccine

INOVIO says their vaccine can survive for at least one year at room temperature and for at least one month at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. → Read More

3D technology that gave turtle a unique shell, now used to check her progress

The turtle is believed to be one of a kind and will live out her days at Birch Aquarium due to issues with her hind flippers. → Read More