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Local Haitian Pastor Appalled By Border Patrol Treatment Of Migrants

Sept. 22
By Alexandra Rangel

Jean Elise Durandisse, a pastor with the Haitian Ministry of San Diego, said he was appalled by the treatment the Haitians received in Del Rio.

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San Ysidro Chamber Hopes Border Restrictions Lift In Time For Peak Holiday Season

Sept. 21
By Alexandra Rangel

The chamber has made countless attempts to reach out to the White House, but San Ysidro’s Chamber of Commerce director says all their letters have gone unanswered.

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San Diego County Gets Ready To Clean Up

Sept. 17
By Melissa Mae

Saturday is Coastal Cleanup Day, and will be marked with events on and off local beaches.

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Sesame Street Water Park To Open In Chula Vista

Sept. 15
By Alexandra Rangel

The park will be completely transformed into a Sesame Street-themed water park that includes 11 water attractions.

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Climate Change Raises Risk For Outdoor Workers

Sept. 15
By Erik Anderson

The warming climate will soon begin squeezing worker's pocketbooks as intense heat begins limiting when and how long they can work outside.

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GOP Pushes Unfounded Fraud Claims Before California Recall

Sept. 14
Adam Beam and Christina A. Cassidy / Associated Press

That messaging poses a problem for Republican Party officials, who are encouraging everyone to vote while maintaining concerns about the state's election security. GOP officials have vowed to watch over the race and possibly sue to challenge any irregularities.

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San Diego Leaders Encourage Latinos To Participate In Recall Election

Sept. 13
By Alexandra Rangel

Election Day is Tuesday and Alliance San Diego is encouraging voters to get to the polls, especially Latino voters, a key voting group in California.

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Wildlife Corridors Important For Southern California, Nation

Sept. 3
By Erik Anderson

A new report finds habitat links are critical for the survival of species like the mountain lion in Southern California

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Weeks After Ordered To Take It Down, Chula Vista Brewery Gets Its Parklet Back

Sept. 1
By Melissa Mae

Chula Vista Brewery was granted a new parklet space by the city of Chula Vista, weeks after being forced to take it down.

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A Rise In COVID-19 Cases At Father Joe's Villages Prompts Temporary Outdoor Facility

Aug. 31
By Melissa Mae

Father Joe's Villages have seen a rise in COVID-19 cases between their two shelters. Those who test positive for the virus are being placed in County health hotel rooms to isolate.

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SDSU Rolls Out COVID Test Vending Machine

Aug. 27
By Alexandra Rangel

The do-it-yourself COVID-19 test can be accessed from a vending machine for free with a student identification number using a phone app.

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Doctors Call For Mask Mandate While San Diego County Still 'Monitoring'

Aug. 25
By Melissa Mae

A leading local doctor thinks reinstating a mask mandate will help the county through this fourth wave of COVID-19. San Diego County says it is monitoring the situation.

Scripps Health Delays Non-Urgent Procedures, Says Health Care Workers Are Overworked

Aug. 24
By Melissa Mae

Due to rising COVID-19 cases, Scripps Health is postponing some medical procedures.

Air Force veteran Jennica Tamayo speaks about h...

Leave No One Behind Project Unveils Deported Veterans Mural

Aug. 23
By Alexandra Rangel

A new mural honoring deported veterans was unveiled Saturday in Barrio Logan.

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Infrastructure Funding Could Have Transformative Impact On San Diego

Aug. 23
By Erik Anderson

The bipartisan federal infrastructure package could lead to major improvements to San Diego's transportation system.

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