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California lifted regional stay-at-home orders across the state Monday, returning the state to a system of county-by-county restrictions. Plus, an update on how much rain and snow we’ve had across the county and what to expect for the rest of the week. And district and union officials in San Diego County say widespread in-person learning is unlikely even if teachers ... Read more →
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- Jan. 25
- By Associated Press
California lifted regional stay-at-home orders across the state Monday in response to improving coronavirus conditions, returning the state to a system of county-by-county restrictions.
- Jan. 25
- By City News Service
Showers were expected to consolidate along the coastal slopes early Monday and a strong cold front was predicted to follow from the second of three winter storms this week, the National Weather Service said.
- Jan. 22
- By Joe Hong
District and union officials in San Diego County say widespread in-person learning is unlikely even if teachers get vaccinated.
- Jan. 25
- Maya Srikrishnan / Voice of San Diego
The local federal court’s plan for how it will select potential jurors is drawing fire for what many critics believe is an insufficient attempt to increase jury diversity, an issue that has persisted for decades.
- Jan. 25
- Luke Runyon / KUNC
Record-breaking wildfires in 2020 turned Western forests into barren burn scars. Those forests store winter snowpack that millions of people rely on. But, the science on the effects to the region’s water supplies isn’t well understood.
- Jan. 26
- Nicole Nixon / CapRadio
Two years in, Newsom is facing a host of crises and the threat of a recall vote. Could he survive one if it does get on the ballot? Political observers say yes — as long as he avoids additional major mistakes.
Local restaurants defy COVID-19 rules as a peaceful protest, San Diego's Spanish-speaking community reacts to the end of the Trump era, and the leader of the San Diego Unified School District is chosen for a position in the Biden administration.
San Diego County Supervisor Joel Anderson joined Midday Edition to discuss his priorities and the enforcement of state and county rules aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Dr. Christian Ramers responds to your questions about vaccine storage, distribution and when certain groups will be eligible to get the vaccine.
- Jan. 20
- Marisa Peñaloza / NPR
Howard marching band members and dancers are thrilled to escort Vice President Harris during the inauguration parade. "I honestly can't believe it's happening," one student said.
As a reporter on the politics and events of San Diego County for The San Diego Union-Tribune, Charles Clark kept his opinions to himself. Today he becomes a columnist who will focus on how race, history, identity and values shape our actions.
- Jan. 19
- April Dembosky / KQED
Billy Lemon has been sober for eight years and now runs the Castro Country Club, helping other gay men get off drugs. Billy says it’s all because of Kamala Harris.
After 29 years in prison for murdering her three children in a Los Angeles County house fire, JoAnn Parks was granted clemency and paroled. Her attorneys from the California Innocence project continue the fight to exonerate her.