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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    In the wake of historic job losses, movements are popping up across the country to organize a rent strike. An effort is being led locally by the City Heights-based San Diego Tenants Union, which says they have about 100 people who plan to participate and anticipate the number to grow.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Even with coronavirus upheaval, San Diego housing analysts have been bullish on the market because of low loan rates.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    In an effort to increase the supply of protective masks for health care workers, volunteers at the Rock Church are restoring 300,000 filtering face masks. Nearly 100 volunteers spent Monday afternoon at the Rock Church in Point Loma replacing elastic straps on thousands of N95 masks,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Owners of large buildings across the city of San Diego must submit information about energy use within those buildings by June 1 to help the city comply with the energy-reduction goals of its legally binding climate action plan.
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  • Times of San Diego
    The county announced two new public health orders Monday focused on cruise ships, one giving the county public health officer discretion on disembarkations if a passenger or crew member on the ship has tested positive for coronavirus and the other banning all cruise ships from disembarking in San Diego after Tuesday. Cruise ships will still be ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    So far seven deaths have occurred. Dr. Nick Yphantides, the county’s chief medical officer, said San Diego County remains in the “calm before the storm” and “nowhere near” the peak of infection. Cases grew by 76 on Friday, 71 on Saturday and 31 on Sunday, but public health officials cautioned not to read too much into the day-to-day ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    A San Diego policeman telling people that the Pacific Beach boardwalk is closed. Photo by Chris Stone Here is a list of the major developments in the coronavirus epidemic facing San Diego County, updated at 9 p.m. on Monday. • There have been 603 cases of coronavirus disease and seven deaths among San Diego County residents as of late Monday ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    As a theater critic who typically sees 200 live theater performances in San Diego every year, I started to have withdrawal symptoms when the pandemic shuttered all the local theater venues. Fortunately, there were many online viewing options available. BroadwayHD has tons of taped productions (I’m currently working my way through the nine ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Some of San Diego’s best-known restaurants are now offering elaborate take-out meals, complete with wine and cocktails, for foodies who are keeping their social distance. There are hundreds of local restaurants offering take-out and delivery during this time of crisis. Many offer wine, beer, spirits and creative cocktails as well as food.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The number of San Diego County residents known to have contracted the novel coronavirus continued its expected climb Monday; it's now more than 600 people.
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  • Times of San Diego
    San Diego’s seal is shown at the downtown City Administration Building. Megan Wood/inewsource More than 5,300 applications were submitted for San Diego’s recently opened Small Business Relief Fund for businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Kevin Faulconer said Monday. The $6.1 million fund provides grants and micro-loans ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Immigration advocates are planning a socially distant demonstration to support high risk detainees' requests to be let free
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  • Times of San Diego
    Ramzi Yousif, 75, has been missing since Saturday, police say. Photo via San Diego Police Department The San Diego Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding an Alzheimer’s patient reported missing Saturday. Ramzi Yousif, 75, walks with a cane and frequents Food For Less (312 Euclid Ave.), Burger King (3676 Market St ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    A 2018 Butterfly Jungle visitor gets a cellphone shot of a Common Blue Morpho. Now a live video came shares the wonder. Photo by Chris Stone The closures of the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park were extended indefinitely Monday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but officials said all employees will be paid through at least April 19. “We continue to ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    St. Paul’s Senior Services, a San Diego-based nonprofit that works with seniors throughout the region, said the elderly population, including members of its own group, need help more than ever. “The isolation is the most difficult for our residents,” Cheryl Wilson, CEO of St. Paul’s Senior Services, said. “We want to remind everyone ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Scientists can screen for potentially useful antibodies fairly quickly, which is important because the coronavirus is spreading fast. Public health authorities said on Sunday that the virus could end up killing between 100,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego bridge was closed Monday as police tried to keep a woman from jumping off the span. Lanes in both directions, as well as transition ramps from Interstate 5, were closed as of 11 a.m. The incident began about 9:35 a.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Trumpfheller joined NST as an intern in 1986 and became president in 2000. When he passed at age 53, he was NST’s president and CEO. More than 800 family and friends filled San Diego State University’s Montezuma Hall in January 2017 for a celebration of life service. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Soon to start its ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego State athletic administrators had been meeting throughout February about men’s basketball season tickets for the 2020-21 season. They arrived at pricing points, then sat down to decide when to offer renewals.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Temperatures will climb back into the 70s this week for the first time in nearly three weeks and there will be lots of sunshine as low pressure remains far, far north of San Diego County, says the National Weather Service.
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