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Coronavirus Blog Archive

May 19
By KPBS News

This is an archive of breaking news about the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus: What Your Fellow San Diegans Are Asking KPBS

May 12
By KPBS News

As information about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19 changes daily, KPBS will keep you up-to-date with the latest information and answers to your questions.

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Were You At The First Earth Day In San Diego In 1970?

April 14
By KPBS News

On the 50-year anniversary of Earth Day, KPBS is looking to talk to people who were at the original celebrations.

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How Are Your Loved Ones In Senior Care Facilities Coping During Pandemic?

March 27
By KPBS News

We need your help in shining a light on what seniors and their families are experiencing and whether their needs are being met in this difficult time.

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What's The Impact Of Coronavirus School Closures On Special Education In San Diego?

March 17
By KPBS News

If so, we need to speak with you about the impact the coronavirus school closures will have on your child.

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What Do You Want To Know About The Coronavirus?

March 11
By KPBS News

As concerns mount over the coronavirus, Health Reporter Tarryn Mento wants to know what's on your mind and is looking to address your questions in a new segment.

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5 Things To Watch This March Primary Election

Feb. 28
By KPBS News

We know there’s a lot on the ballot, from the presidential primaries down to school board seats. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most-watched local races. Here are our news stories that sum up the major races and the candidates competing for your vote, along with a much-debated ballot proposition.

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Give Us A 'Ring' If You Have A Smart Doorbell

Feb. 13
By KPBS News

KPBS is launching a series of stories on how all of this technology is changing our lives. We are particularly interested in people who have Ring doorbells and live in cities where the police department has an agreement with Amazon.

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Do You Have Questions About Voting In The March 2020 Primary Election?

Jan. 28
By KPBS News

This year, California moves up its primary elections to March to coincide with Super Tuesday.

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High Hopes: California's Pot Experiment

Dec. 16, 2019
By KPBS News

When California legalized marijuana in 2016, some hailed it as a progressive policy that would generate much needed tax revenues while others said it would be a health and safety disaster. KPBS examines the myths and realities in a five-part series.

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