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President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off in Thursday’s debate while their rival delivers their opening two-minute answer to each of the debate topics.

President Donald Trump has come out swinging against Dr. Anthony Fauci and polls that show Trump trailing Democrat Joe Biden in key battleground states

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.’

Biden plans to use California as a template for a frenzy of advancements in clean energy and environmental justice. The state would reap big benefits.

Some prominent Black community and religious leaders have endorsed Bry or Gloria, while others are undecided.

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.

PHOTO ESSAY

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.

Even after Trump stops hitting his favorite punching bag, California will feel the impact of his immigration restrictions

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

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

Political action committees supporting President Donald Trump received three times as much from San Diego County donors as those supporting Democratic opponent Joe Biden, election data show

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.

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10:00 a.m. | Disinfecting Disinformation
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A look at how the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers match up in the best-of-seven World Series

Padres closer Trevor Rosenthal allowed only an unearned run in 10 innings after arriving via trade

Bucs overwhelmed unbeaten Packers behind interceptions, sacks of Aaron Rodgers, helping selves and Seahawks

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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.

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“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

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BYU Student Conquers New Ad for BloqUV

Steven Bartholomew, a second-year film student at Brigham Young University, created a new ad for BloqUV. The brand makes apparel that defends the skin against harmful UV rays. They have all sorts of activewear for even the most robust athletes. Learn more at bloquv.com. 

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North Miami, FL, October 7, 2020- Sophomore film student, Steven Bartholomew, approached BloqUV about an idea he had to create an ad for the brand. This was for a part of his Media Arts Program class. He directed fellow BYU students as his cast and crew for the ad. Steven had gained camera experience by working on BYUtv, the university’s television program.

“Brigham Young has one of the best film programs in the state, known for its theory, and it’s innovative student short films,” states Steven Bartholomew. “The film program stresses very heavily on learning how to tell a story, and it has inspired me to try and tell the stories of businesses as well as create independent short films and documentaries.”

“This is a win, win for both Steven and BloqUV,” says Corina Biton, founder and president of BloqUV. “Steven has been able to add this great experience to his resume and BloqUV has a new creative advertisement.” You can view that advertisement here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqVnILbXAjY.

BloqUV has one thing in mind when creating these products: sun protection. Every piece of clothing from this brand has a ton of technical features and benefits. The brand’s sun shirts and long sleeve shirts are proven to block up to 98% of UVA and UVB rays. The UV protection does not wear down after laundering. The UV protection is chemical-free.

The quick-drying fabric is lightweight and it has moisture-wicking and anti-microbial properties. The soft material travels well and has 4-way stretch capabilities.

Learn more at bloquv.com.

About Corina Biton: Living in Miami, Florida means enjoying the great outdoors. I love to run, walk, paddleboard, and play tennis. After noticing white spots on my arms, I made an appointment to see my dermatologist. She immediately recognized them as a result of sun exposure, which confused me as I always wore long-sleeve T-shirts. This was when I learned plain T-shirts only block 5% of the sun’s rays.  Not willing to sacrifice my active lifestyle, I began the hunt for fashionable sun protective clothing that was lightweight, comfortable, and breathable.

About BloqUV: After 10 years, BloqUV has emerged as a market leader in sun protection.  Our products are unique in design, fit, and sun protection technology. They are moisture-wicking and quick-dry, allowing for a wide range of uses on land and water. Since the beginning, we have been on a mission to educate customers on the damaging effects of the sun. Each year in May, we are joined by our retailers for the “Bloqit with BloqUV” melanoma awareness campaign. Creating this line has been a labor of love. Whether this is your first BloqUV purchase or an addition to your collection, trust you’re wearing the very best in sun protection apparel. Enjoy the outdoors with peace of mind you are protected from the sun.

Contact Information:

Name: Corina Biton
Organization: BloqUV
Address: 1803 NE 146 Terrace North Miami, Fl 33181
Phone: 3056273015
Website: https://www.bloquv.com/

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