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Wildfire Smoke Found To Be Dangerous To Human Health

March 5
By Erik Anderson

San Diego scientists say wildfire smoke is harmful to the health of people living in the path of smoke from the fires.

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San Diego Research Finds Atmospheric Rivers Building Ice In Antarctica

March 4
By Erik Anderson

Antarctic ice may be piling up on the western edge of the continent because climate change is helping atmospheric rivers deliver moisture there.

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A New Name And New Mission For San Diego Zoo

March 3
By Erik Anderson

The San Diego Zoo Global is changing its name to San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance in an effort to reflect the organization’s new mission.

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State Water Project Takes Aim At Restoring Salton Sea, Alleviating Health Risks

March 1
By Erik Anderson

State officials hope a restoration project along the southern edge of the Salton Sea steers the region away from an ecological and public health disaster.

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What You Need To Know About The County’s COVID-19 Hotels

Feb. 23
By Jill Castellano / inewsource and Cody Dulaney / inewsource

Here are five key takeaways from inewsource investigation into a San Diego County COVID-19 program.

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Humphries Applies For Citizenship, With Beijing 2022 In Mind

Feb. 22
Tim Reynolds / Associated Press

Kaillie Humphries, the reigning world champion and presumed Olympic favorite in both women’s bobsled and monobob, has applied for an expedited process of obtaining U.S. citizenship so she can represent the country in the 2022 Beijing Games.

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Police Officer Shot In Escondido, Suspect Found Dead In Vacant Apartment

Feb. 22
By City News Service

A police officer was shot Monday morning after responding to a domestic violence call in Escondido and the suspected shooter was later found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in a vacant apartment nearby, authorities said.

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Streaming Options From Oscar Contenders To Cult Icons

Feb. 22
By Beth Accomando

Oscar winner Frances McDormand may lock another Oscar nomination for her work in "Nomadland," which is on Hulu. Plus, Digital Gym Cinema offers "Minari" and cult classic "Dolemite."

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San Diego Scientists Among Group Calling On CDC To Tighten COVID-19 Guidance

Feb. 17
By Erik Anderson

Two local scientists are among those asking the CDC to do a better job of talking about how COVID-19 spreads.

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Diversionary Theatre Uses Pandemic Downtime For Major Remodel

Feb. 15
By Beth Accomando

Diversionary Theatre is the third oldest continuously run LGBT theater in the United States. It has decided to take advantage of having to be closed for the pandemic by beginning long-overdue building improvements.

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State Launches Salton Sea Restoration Effort

Feb. 15
By Erik Anderson

California is poised to begin reshaping the southern edge of the Salton Sea. The receding lake has left behind a dry lakebed that is creating a public health crisis.

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San Diego Officials Call Tijuana River Valley Sewage Flow A Public Health Crisis

Feb. 9
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County declared a public health crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border because sewage tainted water continues to flow into the U.S. and the region endures a lot of other pollution.

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Latina San Diego Port Commissioner Fights For Community

Feb. 8
By Erik Anderson

The Unified Port of San Diego welcomed two new commissioners this year including the panel's only Latina.

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Two Women File Lawsuit Over Alleged SDPD Bias During Pacific Beach Protest

Feb. 5
By City News Service

The Jan. 9 protest involving both Trump supporters and counter- protesters led to a confrontation between the two groups, resulting in five people being detained by police, three of whom were placed under arrest.

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Record Virus Fine Hits California Prison With Worst Outbreak

Feb. 5
Don Thompson / Associated Press

The announcement comes days after the state’s inspector general said corrections officials “caused a public health disaster” at San Quentin, north of San Francisco. Cal/OSHA says employees were not given adequate training, equipment or proper medical services.

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