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Court Halts Use Of Health Order To Expel Migrant Families

A federal judge has ruled the government must stop using a public health order to refuse entry to immigrant families at the border. Plus, critical race theory is now front and center in the ongoing culture war over what our children are learning in K-12 schools. And, this weekend in the arts: the Broadway musical that inspired “The Birdcage,” “The ... Read more →

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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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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Miss Breed, Public Destruction, 'La Cage Aux Folles,' Zelos Quartet And Women's Film Festival

Sept. 16
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: the Broadway musical that inspired "The Birdcage," a saxophone quartet, "The Rebellious Miss Breed" reopens the downtown library's art gallery, and you can trash some art at SDMA.

A firefighter battles the Caldor Fire along Hig...

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.

Luchador Romeo trains at X-Gym Thursday, August...

Mexican Wrestling Troupe Brings High Flying Theatrics To Logan Heights

Sept. 16
By Harrison Patiño , Jade Hindmon

A Logan Heights brewery is playing host to a regular showing of Lucha Libre — the high flying traditional sport of Mexican wrestling.

Janet Jurado receives a COVID-19 vaccine at the...

San Diego County Reports 742 New COVID-19 Cases, 17 More Deaths

Sept. 16
By City News Service

San Diego County public health officials reported 742 new coronavirus infections and 17 additional deaths, according to the latest reports.

The entrance to the San Diego County Administra...

Supervisors Take First Step In Allowing Home Kitchen Businesses

Sept. 15
By City News Service

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 Wednesday to start the process of allowing micro-enterprise home kitchen operations throughout the county.

The experimental duo Skrapez is a project forme...

Summer Music: The DIY Chaos Of Skrapez

Sept. 15
By Jade Hindmon, Julia Dixon Evans, Kurt Kohnen

With manipulated synthesizers or homemade electronic instruments, the San Diego-based experimental duo Skrapez makes curious, creative and chaotic walls of sound.

President and CEO of Serving Seniors Paul Downe...

First-Of-Its Kind Report Digs Into Issues Of Senior Homelessness

Sept. 7
By Melissa Mae

On Tuesday, Serving Seniors released "Senior Homelessness: A Needs Assessment." The report describes the growing crisis of older adults who are at-risk or currently homeless in San Diego.

A group of pro-recall voters gather to watch ea...

5 Takeaways After Gavin Newsom Handily Defeats Recall

Sept. 15
By Andrew Bowen and Nicholas Riccardi / Associated Press

Tuesday's recall offered its own lessons. It showed that Republicans’ groundless claims of election fraud aren’t going away anytime soon. Even while ballots were still being cast, Republicans were claiming the election was “rigged.”

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Port of Entry Podcast: How One Woman Used Huge Price Differences In Vet Care South Of The Border To Start Her Business

Sept. 15
By Kinsee Morlan

In this bonus episode of KPBS' border podcast Port of Entry, meet a woman who takes people’s pets from San Diego to Tijuana for more affordable veterinary care. It’s a story about the great lengths we’ll go to for our furry friends.

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