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San Diego Doctor Applauds State's Vaccine Order

July 26
By Melissa Mae

“We can’t really afford to have health care personnel offline, sick with COVID, dying from COVID or just infected with COVID."

Job fair attendees are waiting in line at the C...

Clean California Initiative To Create Thousands Of Jobs

July 15
By Alexandra Rangel

The $1 billion program aims to revitalize and clean the state’s highways.

A hot October sun shines through palm trees in ...

UCSD Study Finds Some Urban Neighborhoods Are Hotter Than Others

July 13
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego study finds predominantly minority neighborhoods are typically hotter than predominantly white neighborhoods. Density and vegetation may be the reasons why.

Mana De San Diego and Vice Chair Nora Vargas ar...

Survey Highlights Inequalities Faced By Latinas In San Diego's Workforce

July 12
By Alexandra Rangel

The survey by MANA De San Diego shows, among other things, that Latinas face on-the-job discrimination and few paths to advancement.

David's Harp Foundation founder Brandon Steppe ...

Billionaire Gives San Diego Nonprofit A Million Dollar Boost

July 9
By Melissa Mae

The David's Harp Foundation helps at-risk youth through the arts. The group's work got the attention of one of the richest people in the world.

Nora Vargas in this undated campaign photo.

Supervisor Vargas Talks About Environmental Justice At The County

July 7
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County Supervisors voted to create an office of environmental and climate justice by fall. District 1 supervisor Nora Vargas pushed to make that happen.

City Heights-Weingart Library reopens to in per...

14 Additional San Diego Libraries Reopened To The Public

July 6
By Alexandra Rangel

Fourteen more San Diego library branches reopened for in person services Tuesday.

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Holiday Travelers To San Diego Not Deterred By Delta Variant Threat

July 5
By Melissa Mae

The San Diego International Airport saw an increase in travelers over the July Fourth weekend, even with the news that the delta variant of COVID-19 has become the dominant strain in California.

Governor Gavin Newsom speaks at a COVID-19 vacc...

San Diego County Registrar Makes Plans For Recall Election

July 2
By Melissa Mae

San Diego County's Registrar of Voters says her department is ready for the upcoming election to recall Governor Gavin Newsom.

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20 Service Members Become US Citizens In USS Midway Museum Ceremony

July 2
By Alexandra Rangel

Twenty military service members became U.S. citizens in a naturalization ceremony Friday aboard the USS Midway Museum.

Women is pictured pumping gas in San Diego on J...

Local Lawmaker Proposes To Suspend Excise Gas Tax For A Year

July 1
By Alexandra Rangel

Starting Thursday, the state’s gas tax will once again go up by a few cents, bringing the overall excise tax to 51.1 cents per gallon.

A health screening site set up inside the Conve...

Migrant Shelter At San Diego Convention Center Closing

July 1
By Alexandra Rangel

The San Diego Convention Center is no longer housing unaccompanied migrant children.

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La Jolla Cove Fireworks Show Canceled Due To Lack Of Permit

June 30
By Erik Anderson

San Diego officials said Wednesday that they will not allow a Fourth of July fireworks show planned to take place at La Jolla Cove to go forward due to a lack of required permitting from event organizers, news that delighted an animal rights organization that sued to stop the show.

Community advocates are pictured outside of Las...

Assemblymember Weber Requests Audit Of San Diego County Jail Deaths

June 29
By Alexandra Rangel

Weber will be requesting a full audit of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Office to the state’s legislative audit committee, Wednesday.

A huge lake of melted water collapses on the Am...

San Diego Researcher Studies Lake Collapse On Antarctica Ice Shelf

June 28
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego researcher has helped an Australian colleague figure out how a massive ice-covered lake on an Antarctic ice shelf disappeared.

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