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SD County Reports 330 New COVID-19 Cases, No New Deaths

Sept. 26
By City News Service

San Diego County public health officials confirmed 330 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, increasing the region's total to 46,331, but no new deaths, with that total remaining at 775.

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California Girds For Heat, Wind And Risk Of New Wildfires

Sept. 26
By Associated Press

Fire-weary California is preparing for a new siege of hot, dry weather with potentially strong winds that could ignite new blazes.

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Team Parts Ways With Player Who Used Racial Slur To San Diego Loyal SC Player

Sept. 26
By City News Service

LA Galaxy II announced Saturday it has "mutually agreed to part ways" with defender Omar Ontiveros who directed a racial slur at a Black San Diego Loyal SC player.

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Seasonal Weather Expected Saturday, With Heat Wave Starting Sunday

Sept. 26
By City News Service

Seasonal weather will prevail Saturday across San Diego County and the deserts will see temperatures a few degrees above normal, but most areas will be around normal for this time of year.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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