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Q&A With New CEO Of San Diego County Homeless Task Force

Q&A With New CEO Of San Diego County Homeless Task Force

June 28
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Regional Task Force on the Homeless, which is responsible for getting homeless service providers across San Diego County on the same page, has hired a new CEO.

Number Of Hepatitis A Cases In San Diego County Continue To Rise

Number Of Hepatitis A Cases In San Diego County Continue To Rise

June 28
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Since November, 196 cases of the viral disease have been confirmed and 4 people have died in San Diego County. The outbreak is disproportionately affecting the region's homeless population.

Why Dirt Is Good For Your Child's Health And Other Answers Form New...

Why Dirt Is Good For Your Child's Health And Other Answers Form New Book By UC San Diego Scientist

June 28
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Is it OK for my child to eat dirt? Should I get a dog? What causes colic? Are microbes to blame? Those are just a few of the questions Rob Knight, a co-founder of the American Gut project, has been asked over the years by new parents and parents-to-be concerned about how to keep their children safe and healthy.

Poway Considering Council District Boundaries In Wake Of Legal Threat

Poway Considering Council District Boundaries In Wake Of Legal Threat

June 28
By Alison St John

The latest city in San Diego County to start a rapid shift from citywide elections to district elections is Poway.

San Diego Poised To Sharpen Options To Change Northeast Mission Bay

San Diego Poised To Sharpen Options To Change Northeast Mission Bay

June 28
By Erik Anderson

A major facelift is coming for the northeast part of San Diego's Mission Bay, but exactly what shape those changes will take remains up in the air.

Deported Veterans Advocates Discuss Ways To Help

Deported Veterans Advocates Discuss Ways To Help

June 27
By Jean Guerrero

As the Senate works on a package of bills that could help deported and noncitizen veterans, community groups met in Kearny Mesa Tuesday to discuss other ways to protect them.

California Attorney General's Office Faces Scrutiny Over San Onofre...

California Attorney General's Office Faces Scrutiny Over San Onofre Inquiry

June 27
By Amita Sharma

Questions are again being raised about the California Attorney General’s investigation of how consumers were left with a $3.3 billion bill for the closure of the San Onofre Nuclear Generation Station.

Financial Troubles Shut Down Suzie's Farm

Financial Troubles Shut Down Suzie's Farm

June 27
By Tom Fudge

Suzie's Farm, in the Tijuana River Valley, is closing down after more than eight years in the business of growing organic food.

Sharp Mesa Vista Makeover Will Increase Patient Care Space, Add Saf...

Sharp Mesa Vista Makeover Will Increase Patient Care Space, Add Safety Enhancements

June 27
By Kenny Goldberg

Sharp Mesa Vista will spend $4 million to renovate its treatment area for children.

State: 111 Terminally Ill End Lives Under New California Law

State: 111 Terminally Ill End Lives Under New California Law

June 27
By Associated Press

California health officials reported Tuesday that 111 terminally ill people took drugs to end their lives in the first six months after a 2016 law made the option legal in the nation's most populous state.

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