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Inside the overflow tents put back up outside t...

Surge Tents Return To Scripps Encinitas

Aug. 2
By Tania Thorne

A sight we thought we wouldn’t see again: Surge tents are back outside of Scripps Encinitas. How this is helping hospitals prepare for the worst.

Michael Andrew, of United States, concentrates ...

Encinitas Swimmer Michael Andrew Goes Maskless Behind Scenes At Olympics

July 30
Beth Harris / Associated Press

A federal freeze on most evictions will expire on Saturday. But in California, a state law will protect most low-income renters from evictions through the end of September.

A boy participating in the Mutton Bustin’ demon...

Ramona Country Fair Kicks Off 50th Year With Western Shows, Carnival Rides

July 30
By City News Service

The event runs through Sunday and features a midway of carnival rides, games and prizes, numerous food and craft vendors, wines, live music and entertainment.

Joel Gomez during a training run at Triton Trac...

Encinitas Teen Ready To Run At Tokyo Paralympics

July 30
By Alexander Nguyen

Joel Gomez was born with a rare genetic condition that renders him legally blind and color blind.

A group of Encinitas residents who have clashed...

Hemp Farms In San Diego County Boom, And Neighbors Say, So Do The Headaches

July 29
Kate Sequeira | inewsource

For months, Encinitas residents have clashed with the hemp farm next door, blaming it for their health problems. Now, that hemp farm is shutting down but the situation is far from over.

A group of volunteers with

Mom Group In Vista Organizes Weekly Neighborhood Clean Ups

July 28
By Tania Thorne

A group of moms in Vista started noticing all of the trash littering their neighborhood. Rather than walking past it, they decided to do something about it.

77-year-old Doug Bailey practices walking up a ...

Fallbrook Man Who Broke Neck Learns How To Walk Again At New Rehab Hospital

July 28
By Matt Hoffman

Doug Bailey broke his neck and suffered spinal cord damage after a horrible bike accident. He is learning how to walk again with the the help of a new rehabilitation hospital.

Encinitas resident Lisa Nava poses for a photo ...

Encinitas Mother Of Addiction Victim Says Opioid Settlement Doesn't Hold Drug Companies Accountable

July 26
By Harrison Patiño , Maureen Cavanaugh

An Encinitas woman who lost her son to opioid addiction in 2019 says that the recently announced $26 billion settlement involving four major producers of prescription opioids doesn't truly hold the pharmaceutical giants accountable.

Kelsey Plum, of the United States, shoots durin...

Poway Resident Kelsey Plum Leads US To 21-19 Victory Over China In Olympic 3X3 Basketball

July 26
By City News Service

The U.S. is scheduled to conclude pool-round play by facing Japan in a game set to begin at 9:30 p.m. Monday, California time.

Dominick's Delicatessen is shown in this undate...

Fallbrook Deli Owner Chooses To Temporarily Close Business Due To COVID-19 Exposure

July 23
By Tania Thorne

Although there are no mandated guidelines, the owner of Dominick’s Sandwiches and Italian Delicatessen in Fallbrook temporarily closed his deli due to a COVID-19 exposure.

Members of the organization “Justice Overcoming...

Immigration Rally Held Outside Darrell Issa's San Marcos Office

July 22
By Tania Thorne

The issue of immigration brought demonstrators to Congressman Darrell Issa's office on Thursday. They rallied in San Marcos to deliver a message to their Congressional representative.

Exterior of Ocean Shores High School on Oceansi...

San Diego Rescue Mission Gets Ready To Run Oceanside's Homeless Shelter

July 22
By Tania Thorne

Oceanside will soon have its first year-round homeless shelter. San Diego Rescue Mission gives a preview of how it will operate and who it will serve.

The rail line through Del Mar in this file phot...

NCTD Releases Updated Rail-Safety Plans For Del Mar Sea Bluffs

July 22
By City News Service

North County Transit District officials Wednesday issued a public update regarding plans to enhance safety and rail service reliability along the oceanfront bluffs in Del Mar.

The San Dieguito Union High School District bui...

Ty Humes Brings Checkered Professional History To San Dieguito School Race

July 22
By Jennifer Bowman / inewsource

Ty Humes is running for a board seat in the San Dieguito Union High School District. But his time on a previous board is shrouded in controversy.

Kit Carson Park in Escondido pictured in this p...

Historic Moment: Pride Comes To Escondido

July 21
By Alexander Nguyen

Pride festivities continue this weekend. This time in North County where the celebration is a first for the city of Escondido.

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