County Avoids Purple Tier; Tiger Dies Of Injuries: Patch PM

Kristina Houck
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SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:

San Diego County Avoids Purple Tier Again

For another week, San Diego County avoided the fate of dropping into the dreaded purple tier of California's coronavirus monitoring system.

Supervisors Seek More Local Control On Coronavirus Restrictions

Supervisors approved a resolution asking the state governor's office for more local control when it comes to further pandemic restrictions.

Tiger Dies Of His Injuries At Lions Tigers & Bears In Alpine

A 7-year old tiger at Alpine's Lions Tigers & Bears animal rescue died of injuries inflicted by a fellow tiger, it was announced Tuesday.

Winds, Dry Conditions Raise Risk Of Wildfires In San Diego County

Santa Ana winds will sweep through San Diego County Tuesday as dry conditions persist, raising the risk of wildfires, according to the NWS.

San Diego County Registrar Has Received Over 725,000 Ballots

More than one-third of San Diego County's 1.95 million voters have cast ballots.

7 Residents, 3 Dogs Displaced After Fire Damages Fallbrook Home

All seven residents and their three dogs made it out of the home, but one person was treated on scene for smoke inhalation, officials said.

Stunning San Diego Skyline: Photos Of The Day

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Blue Ridge Fire Damages Home, 8K Acres Reached, 0% Containment

Firefighters hope to return to the air Tuesday to battle the Blue Ridge fire, burning above Yorba Linda and into the Chino Hills.

CA Wildfires: Orange County Fires Balloon Overnight; 90k Evacuate

Santa Ana and diablo winds ravaged the Golden State Monday, igniting several fires that forced more than 90k OC residents to evacuate.

Where To Eat Free On Halloween 2020: Restaurant Steals & Deals

California eateries are rolling out scary good treats - minus the tricks - with freebies, BOGOs & special menus for the spooky season.

Here's How California Keeps Early Votes Secret Until Election Day

Some county registrars lock up equipment and threaten dismissal to protect California's early votes from being tallied before election day.

Lawsuits And Labor Backlash: Prop. 22's Cutthroat Final Days

With lawsuits and campaign misconduct allegations flying a week before the Nov. 3 election, it's anything but a smooth home stretch.

This article originally appeared on the San Diego Patch