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An employee of the Imperial County Public Health Department receives her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 18, 2020.
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The latest San Diego County Respiratory Virus Surveillance Report shows a slight increase in COVID-19 cases.
  • The federal government is shining a light on how much money credit unions collect in overdraft fees. In other news, a new report documents how the California Coastal Commission blocks and delays housing. Plus, Father’s Day is Sunday, and we’ve put together some well wishes from our newsroom to share with you in celebration of all the dads and caregivers out there.
Join Beth Accomando under the neon glow of the historic Les Girls Theater for Stripper Energy: Fighting Back from the Fringes. Former stripper and current owner of Les Girls Theater, Kata Pierce-Morgan, provides unlimited access to a half-century of archival material that uncovers a dark chapter of San Diego history from the 1970s and '80s. Prepare for sassy strippers, corrupt cops, and a fierce activism launched from the unlikely stage of a strip club.
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  • We discuss resources for local fathers, and how to build connection with one another while learning to parent.