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Dry, warm summer weather predicted for San Diego County

Low pressure will be replaced by a building high-pressure system over the Southwest later this week, bringing a heat wave inland by next weekend, the NWS.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Getting warmer around San Diego

Temps will continue to warm up over the weekend. There will be very little day to day changes by next week with morning clouds and inland heat.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Neighbors call attention to human trafficking

According to the United Nations, women make up 49 percent of human trafficking victims; 23 percent are underage girls. About 25 Santee residents pushed back against those statistics on July 30, drawing attention to their cause with an awareness outreach event held on the corner of Cuyamaca Street and Mission…

Covid-19 causes TOT revenue loss

The coronavirus shutdowns began March 12 and impacted three weeks of the 13-week Fiscal Year 2019-20 third quarter, but Transient Occupancy Tax revenue for San Diego County was down by 36.5 percent. “It really is dark when you look at the numbers,” said San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister.…

Rally for justice met with heavy police presence

The Justice for Womxn of Color protest advertised “planned civil disobedience” on a flyer distributed in advance of an Aug. 1 gathering in La Mesa. The event was primarily organized by Army veteran KC Short with We Stand United San Diego, a group that claims on social media it exists”…

Sporting San Diego is happy to be back on East County training pitch

Age-group teams in the Sporting San Diego youth soccer club began returning to the practice pitch in June once the state and county cleared the way for sports day camps to open. “It has been very hectic staying on top in all the new protocols,” Sporting San Diego director of…

Eagles, other prep football teams, fired up to play … in winter

Thunderstorms and humid weather descend on East County every August as well as the opening of high school football training camps. While the region received a preview of the former over the first weekend of the month, the latter will not happen this year. As things currently stand following the…

What Medicare recipients need to know about COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that adults over the age of 60 and those with chronic medical conditions are at a higher risk of severe illness if they contract the new coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19. This leaves many people with Medicare wondering what…

Free Restaurant Industry Lunch

Cutwater Spirits Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

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