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Maienschein In Rematch With Republican Challenger For 77th Assembly Seat

Oct. 26
By Amita Sharma

Assemblyman Brian Maienschein is challenged by Republican employment lawyer June Yang Cutter in a repeat of the March primary.

Former federal prosecutor Phillip Halpern talks...

Retiring Federal Prosecutor Goes Public With Harsh Criticism Of AG William Barr

Oct. 23
By Amita Sharma

Phillip Halpern, who worked for decades in the San Diego U.S. Attorney's office, says Attorney General William Barr has acted as President Donald Trump's "mafia" lawyer, instead of the "lawyer for the people of the United States."

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San Diego Unified’s First Phase Of In-Person Learning Gets Mixed Reviews

Oct. 23
By Joe Hong

Some parents of special-needs students say they haven’t received the services they hoped for. District officials say they are working to increase services at all schools.

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San Diego County Reports 430 COVID-19 Cases, One Death

Oct. 23
By City News Service

Of the total COVID-19 cases in the county, 3,827 or 7.1% have been hospitalized, with 884 — or 1.6% — spending at least some time in an intensive care unit. The number of current COVID-19 hospital patients in the region is 236, with 73 of those in the ICU.

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FEMA Offering Relief for People Affected by September Valley Fire

Oct. 23
By City News Service

The grants are designed to help with serious disaster-related expenses not covered by insurance such as rent, home repair or replacement, medical or dental costs, transportation or other personal property losses.

COVID-19 health and safety guidelines at Downto...

Disney To Expand Downtown Disney Into California Adventure Park

Oct. 23
By City News Service

The reopening of businesses along Buena Vista Street, the main drag at the opening of California Adventure, is a sort of expansion of Downtown Disney businesses, which reopened in July.

In this Dec. 7, 2015, file photo, San Bernardin...

Man Who Bought Guns Used In 2015 San Bernardino Massacre Gets 20 Years

Oct. 23
Stefanie Dazio and Amy Taxin / Associated Press

Enrique Marquez Jr. was sentenced Friday for supplying the rifles used by his friend Syed Rizwan Farook and Farook’s wife to open fire on a gathering of Farook’s co-workers from San Bernardino County nearly five years ago.

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San Diego County Reports 235 COVID-19 Cases, Three More Deaths

Oct. 22
By City News Service

Public health officials in San Diego County have reported 235 new COVID-19 infections and three more deaths, raising the region's cumulative totals to 53,498 cases and 866 fatalities.

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County Offering Free Flu Vaccines To Prevent COVID-19 And Influenza 'Twindemic'

Oct. 22
By John Carroll

The county said on Thursday that preventing a so-called 'twindemic' where people get COVID 19 and the flu is imperative. They announced free flu clinics and urged everyone to get vaccinated.

Demonstrators attend the

Judge Asks DOJ To Step Up Reuniting Families

Oct. 22
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A federal judge wants the Department of Justice to participate more in the search for the parents of hundreds of children it separated from them at the border.

The Barrio Logan community sign near the Cesar ...

California Regulators Want Enforcement Tools To Help Control Air Pollution Near Ports

Oct. 22
By Erik Anderson

Communities of color in San Diego get a boost from pollution regulators who are looking to ease the impact of diesel engines on neighborhoods near ports.

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San Diego, Other California Cities Top List Ranking Climate Action Plans

Oct. 22
By City News Service, Erik Anderson, Pat Finn

The report, published by the Brookings Institution, finds the leadership of these municipalities "stands as an important counter to the federal government's rollback of climate policies and departure from the Paris Agreement."

The San Diego Central Jail on Front Street, Aug...

Report: Drug Use Among San Diego County Arrestees Reached 20-Year-High In 2019

Oct. 22
By City News Service

Nearly four in five male arrestees (79%) and 82% of female arrestees tested positive for at least one of the following drugs: marijuana, methamphetamines, opiates, cocaine/crack and PCP.

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Closing Marine Boot Camp In San Diego Is One Option Being Studied By USMC

Oct. 22
By Steve Walsh

Faced with a deadline to fully integrate women into basic recruit training along with problems caused by climate change at the Marines' other boot camp, Parris Island, South Carolina, the Marines are considering a brand new facility.

Joint Task Force Guantanamo troopers cast their...

Mail-In Voting Is Underway For Service Members, And Their Votes May Be More In Play This Year

Oct. 22
By Steve Walsh

Military personnel have been voting by mail since the Civil War. This year, some polls suggest that troops' political preferences may be changing.