Oceanside’s Loma Alta Slough Wetlands Project Receives $1M Federal Grant

North County Oceanside Wetlands
A wetland enhancement project in south Oceanside has been selected as the recipient of a $1 million federal grant from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, it was announced Thursday.

Judge Rules Against Gyms in Pandemic Suit, Rejects Call to Resume Indoor Operations

Empty fitness center
A federal judge Thursday denied a request from 25 San Diego County gyms and fitness centers that sued to resume indoor operations despite COVID-19 restrictions.

Water Authority to Split $44.4M Among Local Agencies After Win in Legal Battle With MWD

San Diego County Water Authority headquarters
The San Diego County Water Authority's board announced a plan to distribute a rebate of $44.4 million to its 24 member agencies across the region.

4 People Arrested in Raid After Fentanyl, Meth, PCP Found in Clairemont Home

A Drug Enforcement Administration Agent
Federal narcotics agents raided a Clairemont home Thursday, seizing a variety of illicit drugs and arresting four people, authorities said.

Scooter Parking Program Offers Discounts, Maps to Help Riders Find On-Street Corrals

Lyft Circulate San Diego
Lyft and a local transportation-focused nonprofit have begun a parking education program encouraging riders to park scooters in existing on-street corrals.

San Diego Man Sentenced to 5 Years for Robbing Bank Branches in 2 Supermarkets

Federal courthouse
A judge sentenced a San Diego man who committed three robberies, including at two local banks, to five years in prison , the U.S. Attorney's Office announced.

Byungsun Han, 86, ID’d as Victim of Fatal Chula Vista Crash; Right-of-Way at Issue

The eastbound Hyundai Santa Fe hit Byungsun Han of Chula Vista at Oxford Street and Oxford Court shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday, according to the county Medical Examiner's Office.

Health care workers get COVID-19 in the community more often than the workplace, Cedars-Sinai study finds

Across the board, regardless of whether they had been diagnosed with COVID-19, blood tests showed that health care workers were significantly more likely to have antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 virus if they were Black or Latino rather than of other racial or ethnic groups.

LA County Sheriff Says Tiger Woods Unlikely to Face Charges in Crash

Tiger Woods finished theFarmers Insurance Open five strokes under, tied in 20th place.
Sheriff Alex Villaneuva said there are no indications Woods was impaired in any way at the time of the accident or that he was driving recklessly.

Nearly 80K COVID-19 vaccine doses begin arriving in region

💉 Nearly 80,000 storm-delayed vaccine doses began arriving Tuesday night in the San Diego area. The shipment will allow for rescheduling of all missed second doses and widespread resumption of first-dose appointments.