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The Navy has been embarrassed by COVID outbreaks on the USS Roosevelt. Now it’s relying on vaccines and new guidance to keep crews healthy at sea. Meanwhile, the two latest murders of journalists in Tijuana have prompted the Baja California Attorney General's Office appoint a a special prosecutor to investigate. Plus, legislation that would help cr…
 
High profile San Diego civil rights attorneys sued Sheriff Bill Gore last year over how he handled COVID-19 inside county jails. Now, as infections and deaths continue to climb, the lawyers are asking a judge to grant an immediate injunction to force the sheriff to improve COVID protocols.על ידי San Diego News Fix
 
State Lawmakers in California announced on Monday legislation to require California students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for in-person school attendance. The bill removes a mandatory personal belief exemption. Meanwhile, a Mexican journalist was gunned down in front of her home in Tijuana on Sunday. This is the second reporter murdered there …
 
Another Tijuana journalist was shot to death Sunday night, becoming the second journalist to be killed in the city in less than a week. Reporter Lourdes Maldonado was discovered dead in her car Sunday, one week after photojournalist Margarito Martinez was killed in a similar fashion.על ידי San Diego News Fix
 
Even before the pandemic, it was difficult to hire childcare staff. The positions are undervalued and poorly paid. Now, during the Great Resignation, the situation is more dire than ever. Meanwhile, more than a year after San Diego voters overwhelmingly approved the creation of an independent police oversight board, a City Council committee has fin…
 
The pandemic has created enormous challenges for 9-1-1 operators. Hundreds of these first responders are in San Diego this week to learn about new technology, and to find solutions to the issues the industry is facing during the pandemic. Meanwhile, veterans became eligible for a new kind of benefit last year - called “presumptive” benefits , these…
 
​A Tijuana journalist who covered crime and security issues was shot to death Monday outside his home. Margarito Martínez Esquivel, who worked as a journalist and assisted international news outlets was shot three times, according to his wife.על ידי San Diego News Fix
 
California utility regulators have quietly tabled a controversial plan that would drastically reduce the benefits provided to homeowners with rooftop solar panels. Plus, the Otay Mesa Detention Center saw a spike in covid-19 cases last week among federal immigration detainees. Plus, the federal program to order covid-19 at-home testing rolled out t…
 
On Tuesday telecom giants AT&T and Verizon agreed to limit their rollout of 5G cellular service in response to concerns it could be a danger to air travel. Meanwhile, micro enterprise home kitchens may come soon, after the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to take the first step toward allowing them. Plus, a secret staircase i…
 
Reproductive freedom, gun control and offshore oil drilling – In the past year, these national issues have become local flashpoints in votes before the San Diego County Board. Meanwhile, a controversial plan to reduce the benefits of owning solar has been quietly removed from the California Utility regulators late January agenda. But that doesn’t m…
 
San Diego Unified School officials are invoking emergency procedures to deal with an extreme shortage of teachers in classrooms. Meanwhile, some immunocompromised people will be eligible for additional Covid-19 shots, but is that enough protection? Plus, Turner Classic Movies has created a program of documentary shorts and features in honor of Mart…
 
There is no end in sight to the Republic Services labor strike and a public health emergency has been declared in Chula Vista as trash cans overflow. And – a few weeks ago we had a story about the use of surveillance tools in border cities like Chula Vista. Now, in part 2 of this KPBS investigation, we report that privacy and technology experts are…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom was in San Diego Wedesday to help clean up a homeless encampment and promote a new state program to address encampments. A 2020 count found 7,600 homeless people in San Diego County, the fifth-highest homeless population in the state.על ידי San Diego News Fix
 
San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria gave his 2022 State of the City address on Wednesday night. Meanwhile, the San Diego Unified school district has been forced to put its covid-19 vaccine mandate on hold until further notice. Plus, the city of Chula Vista has become known for its aggressive use of drones and other police surveillance technology. But a KPB…
 
Teachers in San Diego’s south bay say they’re planning a walkout over contract negotiations. Meanwhile, Governor Gavin Newsom was in the Central Valley on Tuesday promoting his plans for health care. Plus, KPBS speaks with an economist about how San Diego is fairing, and what’s behind the “great resignation.”…
 
Rady Children’s Hospital is seeing a record number of children testing positive for COVID-19. But most went to the hospital for a different reason. Meanwhile, some people are reporting waiting up to 13 days for COVID-19 test results. The transit testing site operator is apologizing and promising to fix turnaround times. Plus, how robotrucks could s…
 
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