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San Diego Democratic Party — Again — Accuses Sara Jacobs Of 'Misleading' Statements

Sept. 25
By Matt Hoffman

Mail-in ballots are heading to voters soon and the San Diego County Democratic Party is calling out one of its own, whom it didn't endorse, ahead of early voting.

San Diego State mascot the Aztec Warrior comes ...

Aztecs, Mountain West Eye Fall Start Of Football Season

Sept. 25
By Jacob Aere

The Mountain West Conference announced Thursday that its 2020 football season will get underway Oct. 24.

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Federal Judge Extends Census Deadline, Barrio Logan Organizers Vow To Keep Pressure On

Sept. 25
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

While the legal fight goes on, community groups in San Diego are still counting as the clock winds down.

The Poway Unified School District's main office.

Poway Unified Pushes Ahead With Elementary Reopening Plans

Sept. 25
By Joe Hong

District leadership on Thursday addressed confusion about what would happen to the reopening plan if the county moved into the state’s highest tier for coronavirus restrictions.

Christa Jones, a nurse in the Sharp Grossmont H...

California COVID-19 Hospitalizations Could Surge By 89% Next Month

Sept. 25
By Associated Press

California has begun to see early but concerning upticks in coronavirus data after a period of decline. The trends appear largely attributable to the Labor Day holiday and could lead to an 89% increase in hospitalizations in the next month.

In this Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006, file photo, the...

California Expands Financial Protections After US Rollback

Sept. 25
Don Thompson / Associated Press

California is creating what supporters call its own nation-leading, state-level version of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau after critics said the Trump administration significantly weakened national protections.

File photo of California Gov. Gavin Newsom seen...

Gov. Newsom Signs Law To Grow Mental Health Coverage

Sept. 25
Adam Beam / Associated Press

State and federal laws already require health insurance companies to handle mental health treatments the same as physical health treatments. But those laws don't define what is medically necessary to determine which treatments get covered.

The vacant Mission Hills Branch Library is seen...

Historic Designation Scuttles Plan For Affordable Housing At Mission Hills Library Site

Sept. 24
By Andrew Bowen

Mayor Kevin Faulconer had hoped to make the small piece of land available to developers to build housing for the homeless. But its designation as a historic resource prevents the building from being redeveloped.

A sign lays on the ground with its message in o...

Airbnb, Hosts Oppose San Diego's Short-Term Rental Deal

Sept. 24
By Jacob Aere

San Diego will discuss a new proposal on short term rentals next month, but Airbnb says it wasn't included in the discussion.

Activist Tasha Williamson speaks at a press con...

Activists Sue California Attorney General To Block Use Of Gang Database

Sept. 24
By Claire Trageser

San Diego activists argue the database, known as CalGang, includes many people who are not actually gang members and unfairly targets people of color who live in lower-income communities.

In an effort to support the Black community in ...

San Diego Leaders Announce New Investments To Help Black Community

Sept. 24
By Tania Thorne

In an effort to support the Black community in San Diego, local leaders teamed up with various organizations to launch the Black Community Investment Fund along with the Dr. Wilma Wooten Courage Scholarship.

San Diego Fire-Rescue Department fire trucks ar...

Light Plane Crashes In Kearny Mesa Parking Lot; Two Injured

Sept. 24
By City News Service

The aircraft went down for unknown reasons shortly before 4:30 p.m. in an industrial area in the 8600 block of Balboa Avenue in Kearny Mesa.

A sign at San Diego State campus telling people...

20 New COVID-19 Cases Reported At San Diego State

Sept. 24
By City News Service

San Diego State University reported 20 of Thursday's new cases were connected to the university, which now has 933 total confirmed or probable cases — including four employees and 13 visitors to the campus.

A flu vaccine vial is shown in this undated pho...

California Warns Flu, COVID-19 Could Overwhelm Hospitals

Sept. 24
By Associated Press

California health officials have warned that a severe flu season could overwhelm hospitals that also are dealing with COVID-19.

Barricades line the entrance of the San Diego P...

Demonstrators Arrested Outside SDPD HQ During Breonna Taylor Protest

Sept. 24
By City News Service

Ten people were arrested near downtown San Diego police headquarters overnight during a protest calling for justice in the Breonna Taylor case, authorities reported Thursday.

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