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You can say ‘I Do’ after dark at the San Diego County Clerks

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Clerks Office is offering a new “Summer Love After Hours” which expands evening wedding appointments and ceremonies. Jordan Marks, Chief Deputy Assessor/ Taxpayer Advocate, joined KUSI’s Lauren Phinney on “Good Morning San Diego” to talk about the new hours.
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When Will it End? Hot, Humid Weather Sticks Around for San Diego County

After weeks of atypical hot, humid San Diego weather, some may be asking, "Will it ever end?" The short answer: eventually. NBC 7 Meteorologist Sheena Parveen said the extra humidity is caused by a monsoonal weather pattern that sends air currents from the south across San Diego County. Those air currents pick up moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and Gulf of California and bring the moisture to our region. Even without rain, San Diegans will feel that humidity in the air.
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SUPERVISOR ANDERSON LAUNCHES COUNTY’S FIRST SAFE PARKING AREA FOR HOMELESS

August 10, 2022 (El Cajon) – County officials today launched the county’s first “safe parking” lot at the site of a former homeless encampment as 1297 North Magnolia Avenue in unincorporated El Cajon. Supervisor Joel Anderson was the featured speaker along with several other county leaders...
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Shooting of Man, 59, in Ramona Home Last Week Ruled a Homicide

The gunshot death last week of a 59-year-old man in Ramona has been ruled a homicide, authorities said Tuesday. Deputies responding to a report of a shooting shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday found the victim suffering from a gunshot to the head at a home in the 1800 block of La Brea Street, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.
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What the monkeypox outbreak means for San Diego students

More than 100,000 San Diego Unified students will head back to in-person learning in coming weeks as the rare monkeypox disease spreads in the region. County officials declared the disease a public health emergency last Tuesday, following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s lead to bolster vaccination efforts. Parents say they’re not too worried about monkeypox spreading in schools, but a health expert says schools and families should take precautions. Student athletes who participate in close-contact sports are at highest risk, but the district has no plans to discontinue sports, a spokesperson said.
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'It's an ugly, painful monster' | San Diego man infected with monkeypox shares his experience

SAN DIEGO — As the monkeypox outbreak continues in San Diego, a local man tells CBS 8 his experience with the disease has been painful. "It looks like your body is trying to push out these bumps. They're not going at the speed you want them to. They're kind of just there. They're swollen, they sting, they're painful. It's not just my hands, [they're on] my nose, I have a couple on my head," said Manny Soltero.
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EBT card scams on the rise in Chula Vista

SAN DIEGO — Cynthia and Fernando Medina, a couple in Chula Vista, say they have been living a nightmare. Several weeks ago, Medina went to the grocery store and purchased food items for her four girls and her husband Fernando–using her Electronic Benefit Transfer debit card. “I just...
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Hell's Kitchen Ready to Fire Up San Diego County

The mouth-watering wait is finally over. Esteemed culinary artist, Gordon Ramsay, well-known for his feisty reality TV show Hell’s Kitchen, is bringing the show-inspired restaurant to the Rincon Reservation, just outside of Escondido. The restaurant will mimic the reality show with a high-end menu and heavily sought-after meals. The...
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Drop in teacher shortage as the fall semester begins

As the fall semester begins with more school districts opening each week, time is running out to fill hundreds of vacant jobs. But the teacher shortage has improved. KPBS Education Reporter M.G. Perez takes us on campus to explain. As the fall semester begins with more school districts opening each...
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