May 17, 2021


The vaccination of hundreds of Holland America and Princess crew members bodes well for the eventual resumption of cruising out San Diego this fall

Lifeguards and Coast Guard personnel helped tow the disabled boat from the surf line and rescued the people on board

The Board of Supervisors session will be the first meeting in over a year to provide in-person public access

The Treasury Department says 39 million families are set to receive monthly child payments beginning on July 15

Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta, who says he was called racist names and never felt like he belonged while growing up in the Sacramento area, calls fighting anti-Asian racism one of his top priorities.

Gaza conflict

The Israeli military has unleashed another heavy wave of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip, and says it has destroyed militant tunnels and the homes of nine Hamas commanders


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The Navy intelligence building on I-5 across from Mission Hills, may soon get a makeover -- and not everyone is happy about it. Jennifer Van Grove has the details.


Get the story behind the story. Kristy Totten interviews reporters about what matters in San Diego.

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Padres beat writer Kevin Acee and sports editor Jay Posner discuss all things Padres.


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Jerardo Velazquez watches as his sister, Isabella Moreno, 15, receives the Pfizer vaccination.

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The Migrant Voices Today Film Challenge showcases diverse short-form films exploring loss, separation, current political realities and COVID-19’s effects on migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on a worldwide scale.


The Bishop’s School senior Delilah Delgado, 18, grew up attending the Bard’s plays at The Old Globe in Balboa Park

A new survey shows that unvaccinated Hispanics are almost twice as likely as unvaccinated Blacks or whites to want a covid vaccination. But many still face a variety of access problems, ranging from fear to time squeeze.

The school offers classes to children at the shelter where hundreds of asylum-seeking families expelled from the United States are living

WASHINGTON — The AFL-CIO and other groups filed a complaint with the Biden administration Monday over claims of labor violations at a group of auto parts factories in Mexico, a move that will pose an early test of the new North American trade deal and its labor protections.

New collaboration between the long-time San Diego restaurant and the celebrity chef introduces three new tacos to the Rubio’s menu.

San Diego rock band celebrates the 20th anniversary of “Satellite” with a three-day livestream event

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