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Governor says dropping infection rates influenced his canceling of the weeks-long order, which will allow hair and nail salons to reopen and restaurants to resume outdoor dining

The Senate impeachment trial of Trump faced an immediate vote on its constitutionality, suggesting Democrats won’t have enough GOP support for conviction

Weather conditions to clear up by this weekend with clear skies predicted throughout much of the region starting Saturday

The state auditor’s report was ordered by lawmakers who criticized California’s unemployment agency for a backlog of claims and failing to prevent widespread fraud.

A senior White House official says President Joe Biden will formally call on the federal government to end its reliance on private prisons and acknowledge the central role the federal government has played implementing discriminatory housing policies

Software firm, with roots in San Diego, aims to increase access to capital in Black communities.

A day after Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that he had COVID-19, news broke that billionaire Carlos Slim is also sick with the disease. Catholic Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera has it too.

Tuesday’s agenda includes a syringe service program, Wednesday’s vote would allow growing and selling marijuana in unincorporated areas of the county

National politics

A senior White House official says President Joe Biden will formally call on the federal government to end its reliance on private prisons and acknowledge the central role the federal government has played implementing discriminatory housing policies

President Biden had his first call with Vladimir Putin, raising concerns about Alexei Navalny’s arrest while pressing Putin on bounties on U.S. troops

A federal judge has barred the U.S. government from enforcing a 100-day deportation moratorium that is a key immigration priority of President Joe Biden

The Senate is moving forward with a power-sharing agreement in the evenly-split chamber after Republican leader Mitch McConnell backed off his demand that Senate Democrats preserve the procedural tool known as the filibuster

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At a nearly empty beach the rain didn’t stop a few who chose to enjoy a wet bike ride.

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Hear from new Padres pitcher Joe Musgrove on being traded to his hometown team, growing up a Padres fan and embracing the rivalry with the Dodgers, his “SD” tattoo, success last year and much more.

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From Carmel Valley to Santee to Little Italy, these three eateries are ready to serve the community

Better known on Instagram as @isbeeracarb, Stone prides herself in being an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion

Known for making cannabis pipes, the Vista glassblower will show off his artistic side on the Netflix competition series

Martin Scorsese directed the Netflix series, one that fills a pandemic need for intellectual conversation

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The OCR .net library company continues to state that, you can easily “pass IronOCR single or multi-page scanned images to receive all text, barcode, & QR content in return. The OCR library provides a set of classes to add OCR functionality into Web, Desktop, or Console .Net Applications.”

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IronOCR – The C# OCR Library for .NET is an optical character recognition software product that is based out of Chicago, Illinois. They specialize in OCR for C#, C# Tesseract OCR, and OCR .NET library services.

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Address: 205 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611 USA
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Website: www.ironsoftware.com

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