Oct. 21, 2020


Jacobs leads among most demographic groups; Gómez leads among the youngest and most liberal likely voters

In its revised planning document, the Port of San Diego bans new hotel rooms in Coronado and Shelter Island, protects the La Playa Piers and leaves the Central Embarcadero alone

Larger parks cannot reopen until their home counties move into the least restrictive tier for COVID-19 risk, a condition that has California parks fuming

A woman pulls down her own mask, shouts “Trump 2020" and yells “f-- Black Lives Matter” at the barista

With business meetings and conventions non-existent because of the pandemic, struggling hotels are hoping a marketing campaign dubbed “Yay weekyays” will fill vacant rooms

Kearny Mesa business open for dancing despite health order ban against live entertainment

Cal State Long Beach’s Shark Lab says the number of sharks off Southern California has grown. Rather than migrating to Baja, they’re ‘sticking around.’

Have questions about how county’s case rate works? Confused about rules that determine whether we advance or fall? We’ve got answers

You’re not alone. More than 800 San Diego County residents have died of the disease. We want to help you tell their stories.


In a photo essay, we trace the trajectory of downtown San Diego, exploring how it’s changed since the coronavirus outbreak shut down much of the city in March.

Voters across the region will be called on to make important decisions during the 2020 election. Our up-to-date election page makes it easy to find information on the issues and races that matter most to you and your community.

San Diego | North | East | South


Wednesday, Oct. 21

1:30 p.m. | San Diego News Fix
Host Daniel Wheaton talks with Union-Tribune reporters about the biggest stories of the day. San Diego News Fix is also available wherever you get your podcasts.

4:00 p.m. | Together San Diego
The 11th Annual Successful Aging Expo is going virtual Oct. 24 - Nov. 13. We’ll have a preview of this free event which will feature seminars ranging from brain and memory health to relationships and financial planning.



A diversity of views and perspectives

The Community Voices Project is a forum for respectful discourse about news of the day and matters of the community that brings dozens of thought leaders together in a public dialogue, which can be a model for others.

  • Diane Bell

    Chronicling life in and around the region.

  • Lisa Deaderick

    Conversations about social justice issues with activists, experts and everyday people.

  • Karla Peterson

    Stories on San Diego’s community and cultural life from an award-winning columnist.

  • Michael Smolens

    Political analysis from a veteran San Diego journalist.


Stands will be permitted to be just 20-25 percent full and only in counties in the two lowest risk tiers

Relief pitcher appeared in 10 games in 2020, is due more than $1 million in arbitration

Here are some NFL players worth considering on the waiver wire heading into Week 7

VIDEO | 31:37
ImmunityBio CEO Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong discusses the company’s upcoming COVID-19 vaccine trial
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong

The Food and Drug Administration has cleared ImmunityBio to begin testing an experimental COVID-19 vaccine in clinical trials, according to an announcement issued Thursday by the Southern California biotech.

VIDEO | 09:40
Returned: What happens when the asylum system doesn’t protect someone in danger
Nilsa Rosibel Estrada Villanueva, 24, visits the site where her brother, Yovin Estrada Villanueva, is buried to install his grave stone engraving.

“Returned” is a multi-part series launched by the Union-Tribune this year that investigates the U.S. asylum system.

Brawley doctor details the grueling path back to life after 52 days spent on life-saving machine.

The fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, may be determined by who wins the presidency in November

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling that it improperly diverted money to build portions of the border wall with Mexico

The Supreme Court is agreeing to review a Trump administration policy that makes asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for U.S. court hearings

Since 2017, at least 265 calls have reported violence and abuse inside California’s four privately run immigrant detention centers. Half alleged sex crimes against detainees.


What’s at stake when asylum is denied? After deportation, many Central Americans are killed by the people they fled.

For Central American migrants fleeing gang violence, winning protection in the United States can be particularly difficult

Immigration reporter Kate Morrissey shares experiences from her trip to San Pedro Sula for the third installment in a series on the U.S. asylum system

“Returned” is a multi-part series launched by the Union-Tribune this year that investigates the U.S. asylum system.

Photos: Marches in San Diego, across nation ask women to vote for change.

About 300 people marched in Balboa Park Saturday in solidarity with demonstrations in Washington, other cities.

Photos: Karla Ruiz MacFarland becomes the first female mayor of the border city

Karla Ruiz MacFarland, the current secretary of municipal education, steps in to fill the last year of Arturo González Cruz’s two-year mayoral term.

Photos: San Diego Padres vs Los Angeles Dodgers NLDS Series

The San Diego Padres take on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLDS in Arlington, TX.

Padres practice for NLDS

The San Diego Padres practiced for the NLDS against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on Oct. 5, 2020.

Sgt. Tristan King’s social media photos have been stolen and used by others to open fraudulent accounts using his name

The report found increases in spending and jobs in the defense sector has helped stabilize the local economy

A spokesperson for the U.S. military in Afghanistan says American forces carried out several airstrikes in support of Afghan security forces under attack by Taliban in the southern Helmand province


Woliba: The New Face of Training Amigo

Training Amigo becomes Woliba. The program brings your employees together for wellbeing, recognition, and engagement, creating a work-life balance. Employees thrive when they are respected and appreciated. Woliba can help foster that environment. Learn more at woliba.io


New York, NY, August 17, 2020- Training Amigo is now known as Woliba, as in WOrk-LIfe BAlance.

Serving companies globally across multiple industries including health care, technology, insurance, finance, hospitality, and government.

“We are ‘The Trailblazers of Wellness and Engagement’. Our platform is easy, measurable, social, rewarding, and downright effective,” says Woliba spokesperson. “We’ve designed Woliba to not only boost company efficiency and culture, but we’ve also designed it to hold ourselves accountable. You can monitor the data by the minute and ensure you’re getting the results you pay for. We believe in full transparency.”

Move over, social media platforms because Woliba is a work platform that brings employees closer together while promoting health and wellness. The platform has a feed to keep up to date with the latest work news and co-workers’ success stories.

“The work-life balance program cultivates self-propelled, motivated employees without a headache. Woliba is your all-in-one wellbeing, recognition, and engagement hub,” says a spokesperson for Woliba. “Unite your people on a robust web portal and mobile application. Compile your employee directory with personalized profiles. Create work events with the click of a button.”

Improve corporate wellness and the overall health and fitness of your employees.

Use Woliba to recognize and reward your employees for their good work. Showcase it on the app for every employee to see. This will show other employees what quality of work they should be aiming for. The platform allows for simple peer-to-peer recognition.

“We understand every company has a unique approach to rewards and recognition, so it’s tailored towards your goals and budget!” says a Woliba spokesperson.

Encourage employee engagement with an activity challenge amongst colleagues.  Easily launch friendly competitions with the click of a button. Help your employees to spark conversation amongst each other and build camaraderie.

At Woliba, they believe that employees thrive when they are brought together. Woliba’s core values consist of:

  • treating everyone like an amigo
  • being mindful of health and wellbeing
  • being passionate and determined at work
  • being adventurous, creative, and open-minded
  • pursuing growth and learning
  • doing more with less

Customers have rated them an average of 4.8 on a scale of 5. They think the platform is simple and easy to use. They enjoy that the app focuses on mental health in addition to physical health. It integrates easily with other apps, like Apple Watch, Calendar, and FitBit.

With Woliba, you can expect to see all of your employees living their best lives in no time at all. Learn more at woliba.io.

About Woliba: Woliba’s mission is to help create a culture of wellbeing so employees can thrive. By making work less stressful and teams more connected, Woliba is reimagining engagement, recognition, and wellness for companies.

Contact Information:

Nathan Figg
787 Eleventh Ave, 6th floor
New York, New York 10019
(917) 587-1389
Website: https://www.woliba.io/
Email: sales@woliba.io

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