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San Diegans Can Chill And Save Money With ‘Cool Zones’

June 17
By Melissa Mae

Nine "Cool Zones" are now open in some of the hottest areas in San Diego County. People are encouraged to conserve energy during the day and these sites provide a safe space for the community to escape the heat.

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Beachgoers Escape Heat, Enjoy Coast Without COVID Restrictions

June 15
By Melissa Mae

As the excessive heat warning continues in San Diego's mountain, desert and valley areas, people head to the beach to escape the heat without having to worry about any pandemic restrictions.

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Mexican-American Woman Says She Was Wrongfully Arrested After Protest Clash

June 11
By Melissa Mae

San Diego County Sheriff's deputies arrested a Black Lives Matter protester in Imperial Beach on Sunday. She says she was mistaken for another woman and deputies used unnecessary force.

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Study Finds 1.4 Million California Homes In High Fire Risk Areas

June 10
By Erik Anderson

California lives and property are increasingly at risk from a warming climate’s growing wildfire risk.

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Cal/OSHA Debates Extending Workplace Mask Rules Past June 15

June 3
By Melissa Mae

Cal/OSHA is debating whether to extend its rules that require masks in the workplace.

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California Assembly Debating Solar Energy Reforms

June 3
By Erik Anderson

California lawmakers are mulling over sweeping changes to the state's net metering regulations, which determine how residential solar users are paid.

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Mayor Gloria Begins 'Parks For All Of Us' Initiative, Calling For Equity

June 2
By City News Service, Melissa Mae

The initiative includes an emphasis on acquiring new parkland, designates the Chollas Creek watershed as the newest regional park and identifies other efforts needed to ensure the plan is successful.

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California Task Force Convenes To Study Reparations For African Americans

June 1
By Melissa Mae

As the nation remembered the Tulsa Massacre, California officials virtually convened a task force to study reparations for African Americans.

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OB Pier Partially Opens Just In Time For The Holiday Weekend

May 28
By Melissa Mae

The iconic Ocean Beach Pier partially opened Friday, for the first time since January.

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Legoland California Resort Opens The Lego Movie World And Six New Attractions

May 27
By City News Service, Melissa Mae

Streamers filled the air, sparklers burst in the sky and entertainers packed the stage as Legoland California Resort opened The Lego Movie World Thursday, based on the films "The Lego Movie" and "The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part."

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Housing Needs Report Reveals Depths Of Affordable Housing Shortage

May 27
By Alexandra Rangel

A recent housing needs report from the California Housing Partnership revealed more than 100,000 low income renters do not have access to affordable housing.

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Unruly Airline Passengers Face Consequences

May 26
By Melissa Mae

As airline travel increases to pre-pandemic numbers, there has been a rise in unruly passenger behavior.

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Millions In COVID-19 Relief Proposed For San Diego First Responders, Military Families

May 25
By Melissa Mae

Supervisor Jim Desmond wants to allocate $40 million in American Rescue Plan funds to a grant program for first responders and military families.

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Yellow Whistle Campaign Raises Awareness About Asian Hate Crimes

May 24
By Alexandra Rangel

The Yellow Whistle campaign, a nationwide effort to stand in solidarity with the Asian community has made its way to Mira Mesa.

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2021 GI Film Festival San Diego Kicks Off

May 20
By Melissa Mae

KPBS is presenting the virtual event, which features 38 films about service members and veterans.

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