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Ocean Beach Pier Will Partially Reopen After Repairs, Possibly This Summer

May 5
By City News Service

San Diego will reopen the Ocean Beach Pier after repairs to damage caused by storms earlier this year are completed, it was announced Wednesday.

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Court Upholds California Governor's Use Of Emergency Powers

May 5
Don Thompson/ Associated Press

A California appeals court has upheld Gov. Gavin Newsom’s emergency powers during the coronavirus pandemic. Three judges from the 3rd District Court of Appeal in Sacramento on Wednesday overturned a lower court saying Newsom overstepped his authority.

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San Diego County Supervisors Vote To Continue Eviction Moratorium

May 5
By City News Service

A temporary moratorium on evictions in San Diego County enacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic will continue, it was announced Wednesday.

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Man Accused Of Piloting Boat In Fatal Crash That Killed Three Due in Court

May 5
By City News Service

A man who allegedly captained a boat that crashed in coastal waters near Point Loma during an apparent human-smuggling operation, killing three people and injuring more than two dozen others, was slated to make his initial court appearance Wednesday on federal charges related to attempted smuggling and assault on a Border Patrol agent.

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US Approves Waiving Intellectual Property Rules On Vaccines

May 5
By Associated Press

United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai announced the government’s position in a Wednesday statement, amid World Trade Organization talks over easing global trade rules to enable more countries to produce more of the life-saving vaccines.

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San Diego 'Teacher Of The Year' Looks Back On Pandemic Challenges

May 5
By Harrison Patiño , Jade Hindmon

San Diego Unified honored three educators with the distinction of "Teacher of the Year" - a title that holds particular weight during a pandemic.

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Downtown Children's Park Improvement Project Getting Underway

May 5
By City News Service

Mayor Todd Gloria and Council President Pro Tem Stephen Whitburn were on hand Wednesday to kick off a major project to improve Children's Park in downtown San Diego's Marina neighborhood.

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Youth Takeover: What Learning With Autism Is Like for One SF Teen

May 5
Zachary Yieh

Student journalist Zachary Yieh, 16, and goes to school in San Francisco. He says it’s tough for kids with learning disabilities to get the help they need and the pandemic has made things even harder for them.

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San Diego Buildings To Be Lit In Red For Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women

May 5
By City News Service

Several of San Diego's most prominent sites will be lit in red Wednesday night in honor of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Awareness Day.

The sign at the entrance to the Otay Mesa Immig...

San Diego First Border County To Provide Free Legal Aid To People Facing Deportation

May 4
By Cristina Kim

County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to establish the Immigrant Rights Legal Defense Program.

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