As case rates rise across nation, San Diego County records its own grim milestone
More than 1,000 San Diego residents have died from COVID-19 since the first cases were recorded in early March. Here are some of their stories.
Alumnus of San Dieguito High and Palomar College kicked in NFL for 11 years
Chief Petty Officer Charles Thacker died Monday, the Navy said
Joseph Yamada and Elizabeth Kikuchi were born two days apart, but they didn’t meet until they were both were sent to the World War II internment camp in Poston, Arizona.
Dads usually don’t celebrate making it to Father’s Day, but Michael Weiss of Chula Vista can’t help but feel relief and sorrow in equal measure as his family surrounds him Sunday.
Ken Church, who became an ambassador for the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club after his career as a jockey ended in 1967, died Monday morning in Reno, his daughter said.
Eugene Klein didn’t want to pay All-Pro DE who died this week at 68
Ronda Felder, 60, died Aug. 3, ending a life dedicated to family and people in need
Her daughter remembers her as a mom who welcomed all the neighborhood kids into her home
Coach to Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong dies of COVID-19 in Poland
Temporary shelter opened April 1 to protect homeless people during pandemic
The unanimous ruling ends Kimberly Long’s battle to get her murder conviction reversed in Riverside County
San Diego Republican mayor has climbed the political ladder in Democratic city through unusual circumstances
District plans to release new reopening timeline on Jan. 13,
For the first time in 33 years, Bill Gilfillen isn’t lighting up his San Marcos home, which draws 20,000 visitors each holiday season
Pfizer and BioNTech say they’ve won permission Wednesday for emergency use of their COVID-19 vaccine in Britain, the world’s first coronavirus shot that’s backed by rigorous science — and a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic
Sheriff’s department reports infections grew by 70 percent in one week
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San Diego trial participants say you might feel achy, feverish or tired after your first or second shot. But those symptoms will pass
Have questions about how county’s case rate works? Confused about rules that determine whether we advance or fall? We’ve got answers
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The homeless shelter inside of the Convention Center is closing down next week, with many people staying there moving to permanent housing. Reporter Gary Warth joins the U-T’s Daniel Wheaton to discuss how the pandemic helped reduce homelessness.
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Chula Vista residents Paul Jimenez, 25, and Signe Ditona, 21, turned to art when they were laid off earlier this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Padres partnered with The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank to feed more than 600 families in need this holiday season.
NAIA school from San Marcos loads into vans and plays anyone, anywhere
San Diego State still considering three QBs heading into Mountain West game against Colorado State
Two-time medalist who championed youth track across city loses cancer fight
Pepperdine had opening when game against Fresno State was canceled
ICE uses physical abuse, solitary confinement and false documents to force Black and African asylum seekers onto ‘death planes’
Three Mexican nationals were arrested as part of a long-running investigation into the Sinaloa Cartel
Advocates are urging California leaders to stop transfers from state prisons and jails to ICE custody and exercise public health oversight
Ramon Santoyo Cristobal, aka “Dr. Wagner,” is alleged to be a member of the Sinaloa cartel
Investigations continue into the cause of the fire, which burned for almost five days and smothered south San Diego County in noxious smoke
The Elizabeth Dole and Bob & Dolores Hope foundations plan to give a combined $200,000 to 400 to 500 eligible families by Christmas
Veterans Village of San Diego, along with many partner organizations, hosted a scaled-back, socially-distant version of its annual ‘Stand Down’ event Sunday morning.
USO trip including nail-biting helicopter rides, carrier landing opened eyes of baseball veteran