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San Diego School Officials Say Few COVID-19 Cases Coming From Sports

April 9
By Joe Hong

Both San Diego Unified and Poway Unified School Districts have seen a small number of COVID-19 cases among student athletes, but one expert warns against complacency.

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San Diego Officials Report 202 New COVID Cases, Eight More Pandemic Deaths

April 9
By City News Service

Public health officials in San Diego County reported 202 new COVID-19 cases and eight more local deaths from the disease Friday.

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SANDAG Regional Plan Update Includes Pledge To Black Contractors

April 9
By KPBS Staff

The county’s largest transportation agency today took a significant step in an ongoing effort to approve a multi-billion dollar package to beef up transit.

Thousands of people rallied against the militar...

Burmese Refugees In City Heights To Protest Myanmar Military Coup

April 9
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

On Saturday, Burmese refugees and their allies will take to the streets of City Heights, protesting a brutal military crackdown on civilians in their homeland.

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Theater Group Bringing Live Performances To Carlsbad's Flower Fields

April 9
By Tania Thorne

After a year of no live events, New Village Arts performers are taking the stage at the Carlsbad Flower Fields for an al fresco theatrical experience.

Juan Carlos Padilla gets his COVID-19 vaccinati...

San Diego County Nearing 25% Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

April 9
By Jacob Aere

With California set to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on April 15, San Diego's supply is partially stunted by national shortages.

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Feds Charge 3 More In Massive California Unemployment Fraud

April 9
Don Thompson / Associated Press

They are the latest allegations in an ongoing scandal that has cost hundreds of millions of dollars in coronavirus-related unemployment benefits.

Transit, city officials and developers break gr...

Ground Broken For Housing Project On Grantville Trolley Parking Lot

April 9
By Melissa Mae

Ground broke Friday for a new housing development at the Grantville Trolley Station. The 250-unit development will offer trolley passes to residents.

A sign indicating masks were required at The Pr...

Roundtable: San Diego Enters The Orange Tier

April 9
By Bennett Lacy

San Diego's reopening expands as progress is made on COVID-19 cases and vaccinations, an encampment for cross-border farmworkers is dismantled by police in Calexico and a look at the revolving door in Chula Vista between the city's police department and the surveillance drone industry.

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California Bill Would Remove Youth From Career Criminal Law

April 9
Don Thompson / Associated Press

Los Angeles’ new reform-minded top prosecutor says it’s time to remove youthful offenders from California’s tough career criminal law.