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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego’s City Council on Wednesday approved a $6.1 million relief package for city businesses with 100 workers or fewer that can demonstrate they have suffered financially from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Two deaths have occurred so far. More than half the cases are in San Diego, but every other city in the county except Imperial Beach has also reported cases, as have many unincorporated areas. Dr. Wilma Wooten, the county’s Chief Health Officer, said that over 80% of those who get COVID-19 have mild to moderate symptoms and it’s safest for ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Tony Gwynn Jr., Judson Richards and colleagues at 97.3 The Fan and XTRA 1360-AM strive to provide distraction, familiarity in time of coronavirus pandemic
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  • Times of San Diego
    When they find a gun, it often leads to tragedy.” The city’s Safe Storage of Firearms Ordinance, which was authored by Elliott and went into effect last year, requires San Diego gun owners to store firearms in a locked container or to secure guns with a trigger lock unless they are in the immediate control of an authorized user. The City ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Two months with no income would push food and retail workers to spend more than half of their annual income on rent in five California cities: San Diego, San Jose, Los Angeles, Sacramento and Riverside, as well as Denver and Miami. A one-time payment would keep the rent burden under 50% in each of these markets except San Jose. Zillow ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    News of the shutdown came three days after San Diego Magazine announced it was letting staff go and closing after 72 years — but hoped to return after the coronavirus crisis abates. The home and garden magazine’s website listed 10 staff members, led by editor Wendy Generes. It wasn’t immediately known what their status was. Requests for ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The San Diego-based aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, deployed in the Western Pacific, is pulling into Guam to test its entire crew for COVID-19, Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said today at a Pentagon press briefing.
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  • Times of San Diego
    The resource website — Real Estate Connections — will provide ongoing updates for the San Diego community as the real estate market and home selling and buying process is affected by the pandemic. The site also includes recommended resources for monitoring market activity, continuing education and remote education information for real ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Baribault, president and CEO of San Diego Zoo Global. “With new challenges come new opportunities, and now more than ever, we want to share the joy of our stories direct from the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park with fans everywhere.” The livestreaming cams allow viewers to witness wildlife explore, eat, swing and play throughout ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Decline in demand because of coronavirus forces postponement of the first ever nonstop flights, which were to begin mid-April
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Music and art will be appreciated more than ever because now they’re needed more than ever,' says singer-songwriter Eve Selis
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Oceanside teenager Hunter Meyer wouldn’t have bet on himself for a promising future. After battling through years of drug abuse, gang activity, fighting, school expulsions and even a suicide attempt,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Councilwoman Barbara Bry pulled off a surprising comeback to pass Councilman Scott Sherman for the second slot in a November runoff for San Diego mayor against Assemblyman Todd Gloria. The morning after the March 3 primary,
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  • Times of San Diego
    “Today, we let struggling residents and small businesses owners know that we have their back.” The emergency law temporarily halting evictions in San Diego will last until May 31. Tenants must demonstrate a “substantial decrease in income or medical expenses” caused by COVID-19 in order to qualify. It will not relieve a tenant of their ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    As prosecutors and law enforcement nationwide crack down on coronavirus-related scams and fraud, a handful of recent arrests and prosecutions on terrorism charges have been made against individuals accused of threatening to spread the virus, though it’s unclear how similar cases might be handled in San Diego County. On Tuesday, New Jersey ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    There have been 277 cases of coronavirus disease among San Diego County residents as of late Wednesday afternoon. Additionally, there have been 20 cases involving non-residents, primarily military personnel. So far, there have been two deaths. • Across California there have been 2,535 cases and 53 deaths as of 2:35 p.m. Wednesday.
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  • Times of San Diego
    Lifeguards with San Diego Fire Rescue Department patrol a beach. Photo via Twitter @SDFD. Despite widespread coronavirus closures, some beaches in San Diego County remain open to shut-in residents seeking fresh air. The city beaches in Coronado and Oceanside are open, as are California state beaches, though parking lots are closed to discourage ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    In a move to save the school year for students of the state’s second-largest school district, the San Diego Unified School District announced it will soon launch a distance learning program. The district expects instruction will resume by way of online classes by April 27, with final grading issued as well. “We know our families are eager ...
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  • YAHOO!
    More than 40,000 pounds of pet food will be delivered to Rancho Coastal Humane Society, with plans to redistribute it to more than 500 pet rescues around the county.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Without notice, sailors on board the amphibious transport dock Somerset were told upon arriving to work Wednesday they were not allowed to leave
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