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Predawn Blaze Guts Fallbrook Home, Sparks Small Brush Fire

Dec. 4
By City News Service

A fire that broke out at a Fallbrook home Friday morning spread to surrounding vegetation, but firefighters halted the blaze at a quarter-acre.

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Formerly Homeless Families In Vista Receive Christmas Surprise

Dec. 2
By Tania Thorne

Volunteers had a big Christmas surprise for formerly homeless families at the Solutions For Change campus in Vista.

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North County Families In Need To Receive Holiday 'Baskets'

Dec. 1
By Tania Thorne

The Encinitas Community Resource Center is hoping to make the holidays a little more special with holiday baskets for families who have faced a difficult year.

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San Diego Coastal Marshes May Become Important Tools To Battle Climate Change

Dec. 1
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers and environmentalists are taking a close look at a pocket habitat that may become an important tool as the climate changes.

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Fallbrook Neo-Nazi Leaves A Chilling Legacy

Nov. 24
By Steve Walsh

Former disciple says today's white supremacist have their roots in the hate movement Tom Metzger made famous beginning in the 1970s.

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Police: Woman Whose Body Was Found At Carlsbad Park Was Stabbed To Death

Nov. 24
By City News Service

The victim, whose name has not yet been made public, apparently was walking or jogging when she was killed at Hosp Grove Park in Carlsbad, according to police

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Coaster Train Will Go To San Diego Convention Center

Nov. 24
By Alison St John, Brooke Ruth

The Los Angeles-San Diego-San Luis Obispo or LOSSAN rail corridor through Los Angeles and San Diego is the second busiest rail corridor in the country. If extended, people from LA or North San Diego County could buy a ticket to a Padres game, or Comic-Con and arrive on the doorstep of those events by train.

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San Diego County Still Working On Climate Action Plan

Nov. 19
By Erik Anderson

San Diego County is still trying to develop a climate action plan that allows for housing growth, while protecting the environment, and meets state goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Oceanside Boys And Girls Club Continues Community Support

Nov. 18
By Tania Thorne

Despite COVID-19 closures, the Oceanside Boys and Girls Club has kept its doors open to serve kids and families.

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COVID-19 Restrictions Limit Youth Sports And College Opportunities

Nov. 17
By Tania Thorne

COVID-19 restrictions have kept youth athletes from being able to get out and play. For many graduating high school athletes, college and scholarship opportunities have vanished.

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Pandemic Forcing Del Mar Fairgrounds To Face Tough Changes

Nov. 13
By Tania Thorne

The San Diego County Fair and other large events vanished due to COVID-19. So did major earnings for the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

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Roundtable: Tighter COVID-19 Restrictions Return To San Diego

Nov. 13
By Alison St John, Bennett Lacy

Many local businesses will be forced to reduce capacity as San Diego slides into the state's most restrictive COVID-19 operating tier, women running for political office in San Diego County tell their stories about confronting receiving threats and harassment on social media, and artists go to court to preserve murals slated for demolition at a middle school in Logan Heights.

Temecula City Hall on June 5, 2020.

Temecula City Council Candidate Held Rally Against COVID-19 Restrictions

Nov. 13
By Steve Walsh

Posted on social media, the rally at City Hall days before the election comes as cases of COVID-19 rise around California.

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Meals On Wheels Honors WWII Veteran In Oceanside

Nov. 11
By Tania Thorne

An Oceanside WWII veteran got a special delivery by Meals on Wheels Wednesday to thank him for his service.

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Anderson Passes Vaus In County Supervisors Race, Leads By 7 Votes

Nov. 10
By City News Service

Former state legislator Joel Anderson took a seven-vote lead over Poway Mayor Steve Vaus Tuesday in the race for the Second District seat on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

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