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Peaceful protest underway in Poway

Poway’s protest, like many across San Diego and the nation, is fueled by the killings of black people at the hands of police.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

Police give unlawful assembly order in Downtown San Diego near Broadway, arrests made

A  protest over the death of George Floyd that briefly blocked Interstate 5 was ordered to disperse in downtown San Diego on Sunday afternoon as tear gas and flashbangs were fired into the crowd. Although the demonstration was largely peaceful, tensions flared in the afternoon. At one point, several water…

Protest began peacefully Saturday then escalated into riots

Source: https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/story/2020-05-30/la-mesa-police-protest-george-floydSubscribe A protest calling for police reform and racial justice began peacefully in La Mesa Saturday, but as night fell it had escalated into riots with the city center resembling a combat zone. The action mimics several others around the nation as outrage continues to swell over the Memorial…

Cool and cloudy to start the weekend

Widespread cooling is expected as an approaching low triggers a stronger onshore flow by Saturday. Temps will warm up a touch by Sunday as we sit in-between systems.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

What to expect once weddings are allowed

The $72 billion dollar wedding industry in the U.S. is crippled by the Coronavirus health orders.          Source: CBS 8 New feed

CDBG funds available to El Cajon

The El Cajon City Council recently announced over $800,000 of Community Development Block Grant funds were allocated for several COVID-19 response programs. These funds were granted to the city as part of the CARES Act signed into law by President Donald Trump on March 27. A large portion of the…

Jones wants faster county restart

California state senator Brian Jones said the county of San Diego is moving in the right direction in its efforts to restart the economy, but he doesn’t think officials are moving fast enough. “I still think that some of the regulations that they are coming in with are not based…

Griffins start season in the fast lane

Though Grossmont College’s swim season was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic, both the Griffins’ men’s and women’s teams showed quite a bit of promise. The Pacific Coast Athletic Conference had scheduled three invitationals this spring, two of which were completed before the season was prematurely cancelled. Crafton Hills,…

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