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Lara McCaffrey
Cooler temperatures and cloudy skies moved into the San Diego area Monday, with widespread mild rains expected to douse the county this afternoon, forecasters reported.
  • As COVID-19 vaccines for children inch closer to approval, we take a look at the preparations for and potential impact of the approval and what it means for the coronavirus pandemic. Plus, the case of Maya Millete, the missing Chula Vista mother, highlights the rise in domestic violence since the start of the pandemic. Also, the descendants of Lorenzo Trujillo, one of Southern California’s early pioneers, are trying to save his crumbling home. Meanwhile, from the archive, as the accelerating effects of climate change become more apparent on our natural resources, the goal and scope of conservation of the National Parks Service is changing. And, with the latest James Bond film “No Time To Die” opening earlier this month, KPBS Cinema Junkie Host Beth Accomando continues her exploration of the 007 universe in this excerpt of part two of her podcast. Finally, San Marcos pastry chef Christophe Rull has been named the U.S. Chocolate Master. He is now moving on to the World Chocolate Masters competition in Paris next year.