June 14, 2021

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With vaccination rates up and COVID-19 cases way down, California is poised to ditch masks and social distancing, but there are still a few rules and protections in place as we navigate a new pandemic landscape

The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 is approaching 600,000, with the virus taking advantage of inequalities across the country

Pandemic hit event businesses hard, as families organize celebrations again, some businesses closed permanently

Ghost guns, which are assembled at home and usually untraceable, are becoming more prolific in San Diego, police say in newly released report

As Open returns to San Diego, look back at how golf great played through painful leg injuries to beat Rocco Mediate in 19-hole playoff and earn 14th major championship

State and national politics

The Justice Department’s top national security official is resigning from his position after revelations the department under President Donald Trump secretly seized records from Democrats and members of the media

Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is to meet President Joe Biden this week, is suggesting that the hundreds of people arrested for rioting at the U_S_ Capitol are being subjected to “persecution for political opinions.”

NATO leaders have declared that China poses a constant security challenge and is working to undermine global order

WASHINGTON - The tech company Apple recently notified former White House counsel Donald McGahn and his wife that the Justice Department had secretly requested their information in 2018, an individual familiar with the request said Sunday.

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Monday, June 14

San Diego News Fix
California’s reopening is right around the corner. Lori Weisberg breaks down the new rules

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As part of The San Diego Union-Tribune’s effort to support local journalists, we awarded six grants last year for reporting on social justice issues.
The goal of the project was to present authentic voices of the racial and social justice movement in ways not otherwise seen in San Diego media.

Podcasts

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

A weekly podcast celebrating people who have shaped San Diego and been shaped by it.

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

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Swifty Swine Racing Pigs are a center stage attraction at this year's HomeGrownFun

Images from Union-Tribune staff and contributing freelance photographers

MIGRANT VOICES TODAY FILM COMPETITION

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.

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Arianna Chávez posts about countywide resources for food, housing, and COVID-19 issues on her San Diego Free Resources Instagram page

Latinx audiences, key to the success of “Fast and Furious,” are Hollywood’s most dependable customers. Now they’re helping movie theaters bounce back after COVID-19. Will they be rewarded?

Maya Alfaro, 18, is a graduate of Mira Mesa High School in San Diego and one of the youth artists whose work is included in the Museum of Photographic Arts’ “Darkest Nights, Brightest Stars: 15th Annual Juried Youth Exhibition”

Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday eased back on the harsh message she sent to potential migrants during her trip earlier this week to Guatemala and Mexico, saying that she is “committed” to guaranteeing that the United States will be a “safe haven” for people seeking asylum.

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved this week the creation of an Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, which will serve as a hub to connect families and individuals to available services and resources.

Amnesty International outlines how the U.S. treats unaccompanied migrant children from Mexico different from other nationalities, denying a chance to request asylum

Newly released data show that migrants were stopped 180,034 times across the southern border in May, nearly eight times the total a year ago

The two cities are collaborating on bid to become first binational region to earn world design designation

Family-style pizza chain based in Newport Beach debuts second Oceanside location on June 12

More than 70 breweries will participate in the three-day, East Village festival

The country-western bar in downtown San Diego hosts line dancing, live music and a DJ on June 11

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LCS Heating & Cooling Launches Its New Insulation Service; Offers 10% Discount

LCS Heating & Cooling is excited to provide a 10% discount on its new attic insulation services.

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Indianapolis, IN, January 22, 2021 – For the first time, LCS Heating & Cooling is launching its new insulation service. They are also looking forward to offering a 10% discount on attic insulation.

LCS Heating & Cooling, an Indianapolis-based heating and cooling company, is excited to provide AC specials to its clients, as well as a 10% discount on its new attic insulation services.

The company asks, “are you looking for a reliable heating and cooling company to help you install the right insulation for your home? Finding home insulation contractors in Indianapolis shouldn’t be a daunting task, considering the sheer number of HVAC companies. However, not every local insulation contractor has t