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San Diego Military Bases Mourn The Loss Of Sailors, Marines

Sept. 17
By Steve Walsh

Local military bases react to the deaths of sailors and Marines who died in training and in combat.

8-year-old Eduardo Cortes sits in a bed at Rady...

8-Year-Old Hospitalized With Rare Disease Triggered By Coronavirus Infection

Sept. 17
By Matt Hoffman

Eduardo Cortes has been receiving care at Rady Children’s Hospital for nearly a week after coming down with a rare disease triggered by coronavirus infections.

Mission Valley resident Riannah Bisco (left) ge...

Number Of COVID-19 Deaths In San Diego County Passes 4,000

Sept. 17
By City News Service

San Diego County public health officials reported 611 new COVID-19 infections and eight deaths Friday, bringing the death toll for the county to more than 4,000.

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Pregnant Southern Californian Freed From Afghanistan, Rep. Issa Says

Sept. 17
By City News Service

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Bonsall, said Friday that his office has facilitated the release of Nasria, a pregnant American citizen, from Afghanistan.

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Former Francis Parker School Student Files Suit Over Alleged Teacher Sex Abuse

Sept. 17
By City News Service

A former student at Francis Parker School in Linda Vista went public Friday about a lawsuit she filed against school administrators, claiming they ignored signs of grooming and inappropriate behavior by a former teacher.

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Roundtable: California's Record-Breaking Heat

Sept. 17
By Bennett Lacy, Cristina Kim

California experiences its hottest summer on record as supersized wildfires burn millions of acres, and local Hispanic journalists mentor the next generation of reporters.

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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only For Elderly, High-Risk

Sept. 17
By Associated Press

An influential federal advisory panel has overwhelmingly rejected a plan to give Pfizer booster shots against COVID-19 to most Americans, but it approved the extra shots for those who are 65 or older or run a high risk of severe disease.

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MTS Board Delays Vote On Affordable Housing At Trolley Station Over Parking Concerns

Sept. 17
By Andrew Bowen

The project would provide affordable housing for an estimated 1,410 people directly adjacent to the Palm Avenue trolley station in the South Bay.

A duplex in San Diego's University Heights neig...

California Enacts 2 Laws To Slice Through Local Zoning Rules

Sept. 17
Don Thompson / Associated Press

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has approved two measures to slice through local zoning ordinances as the most populous state struggles with an affordable housing shortage. He signed the most prominent legislation Thursday despite nearly 250 cities objecting that it would undermine local planning and control.

A caravan of migrants head north towards the U....

Court Halts Use Of Health Order To Expel Migrant Families

Sept. 17
Ben Fox / Associated Press

A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. government must stop using a Trump-era public health order to quickly expel migrants with children who are apprehended along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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