June 6, 2021


California’s economy will reopen, but Newsom and state health officials retain broad authority to temporarily impose new rules and restrictions

Some San Diego Unified schools get a nurse and counselor just one day a week. Expected state funding increases may change that

City files lawsuit in hopes of persuading a judge that Measure C was approved by voters even though it fell short of the two-thirds majority that they believed was necessary at the time for passage

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.

State and national politics

The bill would roll back laws being passed by GOP state legislatures to limit early and mail-in voting and empower partisan poll watchers

We answer why Harris has made Guatemala and Mexico her destinations for her first trip out of the U.S. as vice president, and other questions posed by the two-day visit.

The Justice Department was formally changing its leak investigation policy to ban seizures of reporters’ phone and email records in an effort to uncover their sources


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Surfer Timothy Fandey jumps off a jetty at Oceanside Harbor Beach.

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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.


Officials have quietly deployed a mobile app relying on facial recognition technology to collect data on asylum seekers before they cross the border.

Juan Manuel Alvarez-Inzunza is accused of laundering millions of dollars for the Sinaloa cartel

Thursday morning incident came amid rise in maritime smuggling attempts and hours after federal officials warned migrants against dangerous crossings

The number of migrants killed crossing the border in San Diego and Imperial counties so far this fiscal year has already surpassed last year’s total

Beloved by San Diego musicians, the all-ages music venue adjoined to Lestat’s Coffee House operated for nearly two decades

From Trolley Dances to ‘Rocky Horror’ here are the top events happening in San Diego from June 3 to June 6

The beer, returning in four-packs and on tap, was not available since the stay-at-home orders hit in December


Internet of things (IoT) in Healthcare Market to Exhibit Astonishing 25.9% CAGR by 2028; Stoked by Increasing Demand for Medical Wearable Devices Worldwide, says Fortune Business Insights™

Pune, India, June 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global internet of things (IoT) in healthcare market size is expected to experience significant growth by reaching USD 446.52 billion by 2028 while exhibiting an astounding CAGR of 25.9% between 2021 and 2028. This information is published by Fortune Business Insights in its report, titled “