SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic may cost the region’s economy more than $12.4 billion in 2020, according to a SANDAG report.
Six clinics will provide free flu shots for adults and children ages 6 months and up.
In the past seven days, 47 community outbreaks were confirmed, well above the trigger of seven or more in a week’s time.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory that will be in effect in coastal areas and the western valleys until 5 p.m. Friday.
The SuperLotto Plus numbers were drawn Wednesday evening.
Larry Johnson, 51, walked away from the Male Community Re-entry Program facility Wednesday in Barrio Logan.
Department of Justice grants were announced to bolster forensics resources for San Diego-area law enforcement agencies.
The list “celebrates U.S. publicly traded corporations that outperform on issues that matter most to the American public.”
The Board of Supervisors approved a plan to reduce ozone pollution in order to improve air quality and comply with federal standards.
A pair of young thieves, one armed with a handgun, robbed three Grossmont High School students near the campus.
The project will provide data and analysis on violence in Mexico related to narcotrafficking and its impact on the population.
Hunter Berger Parks, 23, is accused of stabbing a female stranger about 20 times during an apparently random attack in Oceanside.
A member of the Sinaloa drug cartel was sentenced to more than 13 years in federal prison for smuggling cocaine and meth into the U.S.
On Monday, SDSU brought back more than 150 in-person classes after a nearly six-week pause on the learning structure.
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Following a two-week warning period, the City of San Diego will resume parking regulation enforcement across the city Thursday.
“The Oceanside community has shown its commitment to sustainability and efficient use of natural resources.”