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Chula Vista will have a new mayor for the first time since 2014. KPBS introduces you to some of the candidates. Meanwhile, there’s still some available means to find baby formula in San Diego amidst a nationwide shortage. Plus, bike to work day returns to San Diego County.โดย KPBS PUBLIC MEDIA
 
In two years, San Diego Gas & Electric customers may see another increase in their monthly bills. SDG&E has filed its general rate case — essentially what the utility believes it will cost to maintain and upgrade the power system from 2024 through 2027.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
After more than a decade, San Diego County is getting a new Sheriff. We’ll bring you profiles of three candidates. Meanwhile, SDG&E has begun the official process to increase rates for gas and electricity. Plus, the pandemic may be changing the way large buildings are designed in California.โดย KPBS PUBLIC MEDIA
 
Freeway the sea lion is back at it again. Since late last year, the land-loving sea lion has made his way inland three times. Jeni Smith is the rescue supervisor at Sea World San Diego.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
After the racist attack in Buffalo, and a recent stabbing of a Black teen in Lakeside, San Diego residents held a vigil on Monday standing up against racist hate. Also, the LGBT Community Center in Hillcrest has reopened after shutting its doors at the start of the pandemic. Plus, carbon capture technology has gained status with the United Nations …
 
Gifted and talented education, often known as GATE, is shrinking in San Diego. Some schools are dropping the programs by choice, but other schools say they don't have enough students who qualify. Kristen Taketa covers public education at the San Diego Union-Tribune.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
Chinese-American parents of the San Dieguito Union High School District are divided in their reactions to the recent racially inflammatory comments made by the district’s superintendent. Meanwhile, the director of the UC San Diego breast milk bank warns against buying breast milk on Facebook amid the nationwide shortage of baby formula. Plus, Katya…
 
Union-Tribune public safety reporter David Hernandez, public safety editor Dana Littlefield, political columnist Michael Smolens, managing editor Lora Cicalo, and editor and publisher Jeff Light discuss the ongoing debate over how the city of San Diego should handle public safety amid rising crime and a string of homicides at municipal parks. The S…
 
Aida comes from a long line of community builders and activists, and she, too, has followed the same path. As a political consultant, she's involved in banning flavored tobaccos statewide and locally, in repealing National City's ban on lowrider cruising, and so much more.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
All law enforcement agencies in San Diego will now be able to refer mental health crisis calls to county-sponsored teams who are trained to handle mental health emergencies. Meanwhile, Mayor Todd Gloria focuses on major investments in water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure in his latest budget proposal. Plus, the San Diego Italian Film Festival…
 
Alan Bersin is a former Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection who served under the Obama administration. Bersin was in San Diego Tuesday for a naturalization ceremony at Balboa Park, and joined The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board on Zoom to discuss immigration.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
San Diego housing prices are the highest they have ever been. How did we get to now? And how do we cope? Also, COVID-19 cases are on the rise nationally and in San Diego County. We’ll bring you the latest on the surge. Plus, Barrio Logan has a new center for the arts.โดย KPBS PUBLIC MEDIA
 
UC San Diego Park & Market is now open. The four-story campus takes up a full city block in downtown San Diego, just steps from the blue trolley line, and it aims to be a hub for civic engagement, learning and collaboration.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
Abortion clinics in Mexico are already seeing patients from the U.S. With the current turmoil over Roe v. Wade, clinics there are expecting to see even more cross-border patients. Meanwhile, San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chairman Nathan Fletcher has a proposal for city leaders countywide: you provide the shelter space and the county will of…
 
The election is June 7 and ballots will be delivered starting May 9th. The editorial board's 2022 primary election coverage includes Q&As with all candidates as well as in-person forums. You can find all our 2022 primary election guides at sandiegouniontribune.com/2022primaryguide.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
We’ll have an explainer on why the June 7th primary ballot will look a little unique this election. Meanwhile, travelers crossing from San Diego County into the Tijuana International Airport via the Cross Border Express bridge will experience an all new $100 million facility. Plus, wearable monitors can test for glucose, lactate and blood alcohol. …
 
A review of more than 100 exemption requests on religious grounds from San Diego Police Department staffers, found many of them were identical to each other and appeared to be copied and pasted from the internet. Meanwhile, the city council reviewed the mayor’s proposed police budget on Friday. The meeting was overshadowed by personal attacks from …
 
State lawmakers have been speaking out in support of abortion rights. We speak to one of the lawmakers at the forefront, State Senate president Toni Atkins from San Diego. Meanwhile, COVID-19 cases are rising in San Diego and the county is working to make sure COVID-19 treatments are getting used. Plus, a new KPBS documentary series called "Out of …
 
​May is National Foster Care Month, a time to recognize foster children and parents across the nation, and to bring awareness to the cause. Teresa Stivers is the CEO of Walden Family Services, a foster care, adoption, and youth services agency based in San Diego County.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
Homelessness in Downtown San Diego doubled last year, now an SDSU professor and his students are asking those living on the streets what it is they need. Meanwhile, San Diego abortion clinics are preparing for a future influx of patients from out of state. Also, a study called “Power Mom” is using wearable technology to gather data on pregnant wome…
 
​After a two-year lull during the pandemic, scooters are back. With increasing ridership, the city is also proposing new rules for scooters and e-bikes. David Garrick covers the city of San Diego.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
San Diego is getting closer to choosing a developer to build much-needed housing on the Sports Arena property, but the developer with the project that would build the most housing may not be chosen. Meanwhile, North County’s transit agency is asking for proposals to build mixed use developments at two transit stations in Carlsbad. Plus, what’s at s…
 
​A new United Nations report says removing carbon from the atmosphere is essential to combating climate change. But making a global air conditioning system won't be easy. Michael Smolens is a political columnist at the U-T.โดย San Diego News Fix
 
Scripps Mercy Hospital’s Director of Trauma Surgery talks about the impact of an increase in injuries at the border wall. Also, undocumented Californians 50 and older became eligible for Medi-Cal on Sunday. Plus, San Diego Unified is facing a renewed challenge to its vaccination mandate that begins this summer.…
 
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