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Painter uses anxiety of breathing in the age of COVID as inspiration

Like many artists, Redin Winter found herself moving from a brick and mortar studio in North Park back to her home studio in Lemon Grove due to the COVID-19 pandemic after the back and forth of openings and closings. Her altered daily life, two children and pets, living and working…

Conflict conference planned for February

The San Diego-based National Conflict Resolution Center is hosting best-selling author and Washington Post columnist Arthur C. Brooks in an online forum to discuss perceived polarization in America on Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. The online forum is part of the center’s A Path Forward initiative created in response to…

Students want state to let them play

Hundreds of East county students gathered in front of Granite Hills High School on Friday evening, dressed in school colors and gathered with teammates. However, the event was not a game; it was one of 138 rallies held simultaneously throughout California on Jan. 15 by Let Them Play, a group…

Fire in Rancho San Diego stopped at 15 acres

The roughly 15-acre blaze burned near homes but has caused no reported structural damage or injuries according to Cal Fire.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Winds die down bringing a calm in-between the storms

Thursday will serve as a brief break from active weather across Southern California. But, another storm system will bring us another chance for rain by late Friday.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Carlsbad brush fire evacuations lifted

The blaze erupted for unknown reasons off Park Drive and Marina Drive about 2:00 p.m., according to Carlsbad Fire Department.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

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