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New York won’t quarantine travelers from New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania despite a rise in cases. A study in Massachusetts found no increase in suicides during lockdowns.
Coronavirus updates: Nearly 300K more deaths than usual; Trump, Fauci and 'The Godfather;' Disneyland won't reopen soon
Nearly 300K more deaths than usual this year. University of Michigan stay-home order. What will sway Americans to get vaccine? Latest COVID news.
San Diego Reader's Best Of issue
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Heartwarming video shows burned couple's reaction to loved ones gathered outside hospital
Jacob and Jamie Hyland were able to visit each other a few nights ago. They also had dinner together for the first time since their hospital stays.
Youth Sports Teams Vote To Travel Out Of State Because California Won’t ‘Let Them Play’ Here
A growing number of youth sports teams are voting to travel out of state to play since they are not allowed to compete in California.
Will weekday hotel deals and discounted rates lure travelers to San Diego during pandemic?
With business meetings and conventions non-existent because of the pandemic, struggling hotels are hoping a marketing campaign dubbed "Yay weekyays" will fill vacant rooms ...
California police got hundreds of calls about abuse in private ICE detention centers. Cases were rarely prosecuted
Since 2017, at least 265 calls have reported violence and abuse inside California's four privately run immigrant detention centers. Half alleged sex crimes against detainees.
Pandemic causes deep cuts to San Diego refugees’ income, housing security, healthcare
San Diego’s Karen refugees, an ethnic minority of Burma, are used to uncertainty. They were persecuted, their villages burned. They fled through jungles, not knowing if they would meet life or death.
24 hours in the life of American workers
Most people don’t have the option of working from home during the pandemic. A single day shows the risks some take and the calculations they make to still do their job.
Faith in his players paid off for Dusty Baker, and kept the Astros playing another day
The oldest-school manager in the major leagues did a few things that may not have been by the modern book Wednesday, but they did the job in a must-win Game 4.
‘It’s do or die for them.’ Life for San Diego’s refugees was tough. Then came COVID-19.
For San Diego County's refugees, who were already less likely to be able to afford basic needs, the pandemic's economic impact has been broad and risks being long lasting.
Special Report: Why 4,998 died in U.S. jails without getting their day in court
By Peter Eisler, Linda So, Jason Szep, Grant Smith and Ned Parker CANTON, Mississippi (Reuters) - Harvey Hill wouldn’t leave John Finnegan’s front yard. He stood in the pouring rain, laughing at the ...