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San Diego County Reports 48 New COVID-19 Infections

June 16
By City News Service

San Diego County public health officials reported 48 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday as it begins to wind down its response to the pandemic.

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Sierra Club Awaits Word From Mayor's Office On Closure Of Sea Lion Rookery

June 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego mayor's office remains quiet about doing more to protect sea lions along the La Jolla coast.

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Survey Suggests San Diego Workers Are Poised For New Job Opportunities

June 16
By Tania Thorne

The survey done by Robert Half, a global professional staffing firm, found that more than 1 in 4 San Diego workers plan to look for a new job in the next couple of months.

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Heat Wave Prompts Call For Voluntary Power Conservation Thursday

June 16
By City News Service

With temperatures soaring in San Diego and beyond, a Flex Alert calling on residents to voluntary cut their power use will be in effect Thursday evening in hopes of reducing strain on the state's power grid.

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With The State Reopen But Herd Immunity Not Met, What Is The COVID-19 Infection Risk?

June 16
By Harrison Patiño , Jade Hindmon

As many California residents prepare for a mask-free summer, some are wondering how the end of the state's tiered reopening will affect herd immunity goals.

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Officials Warn Of Spike In San Diego County Fentanyl-Related Overdose Deaths

June 16
By City News Service

Around 700 fentanyl-related overdose deaths are projected to occur in San Diego County by the end of the year, according to a joint warning issued Wednesday by San Diego County law enforcement and prosecutors about the drug's dangerous potential.

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Eric Cole Gets Shot At The U.S. Open At Torrey Pines After Learning From Parents

June 16
John Marshall / Associated Press

The 33-year-old veteran of mini-tours grew up around the game and followed his parents' footsteps to become a professional golfer.

KPBS reporter Claire Trageser with her dog Kima...

How To Help Your Pet Get Ready For When You Go Back To Work

June 16
By Claire Trageser, Megan Burke

With many of us working from home for the past year and a half, our pets have gotten used to having us around.

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How Has San Diego's Sports Scene Faired Since The Chargers Left?

June 16
By Harrison Patiño , Jade Hindmon

In the more than four years since the Chargers moved to Los Angeles, there have been a few clear winners in the local sports scene.

Health care workers from the city of Tijuana gi...

COVID-19 Survey Finds Baja California Faring Better than Other Mexican States

June 16
By City News Service

As San Diego County lifts COVID-19 protocols and restrictions, Baja California is still recovering from the pandemic but may be doing slightly better than Mexico on average, a binational report revealed Wednesday.

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