SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
The nearly 2,000 new cases come as hospitalizations due to the coronavirus continue to increase.
New restrictions are in effect in the county and the rest of Southern California due to the increasing number of COVID-19 hospitalizations.
A man was arrested on suspicion of attempting to abduct a 61-year-old woman in a senior mobile home community in Rainbow, authorities said.
The mobile technology confidentially notifies people who opt in if they have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Californians will be able to opt into an app Thursday that will notify a user if they came into contact with a COVID-19 positive person.
A woman was killed and her adult son gravely wounded early Monday in an apparent murder-suicide attempt in San Diego, police said.
SDG&E warned that 50,483 customers in eastern San Diego County could face public safety power shutoffs due to the weather conditions.
Louis Conter of Grass Valley is one of only two Navy servicemen who were on the USS Arizona during the 1941 Japanese attack alive today.
A coalition of Los Angeles eviction defense attorneys is seeking postponements of all trials until the end of the pandemic.
Gov. Gavin Newsom could be staring down at least two — and quite possibly three — high-stakes political appointments.
From the weekend:
A smokey vegetation fire broke out on the right shoulder of I-8 Saturday morning and had closed eastbound lanes near Los Coches Road.
A man was shot and wounded Sunday while sitting on a porch at a home in Logan Heights, police said.
A 72-year-old pedestrian was hospitalized this morning with injuries he sustained when he crossed a Skyline neighborhood street.
SD City Councilman Chris Cate and The Rosie Network will team up Saturday to provide Christmas trees to active duty and veteran families.
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San Diego County reported 1,703 new cases of COVID-19 and seven additional deaths Sunday.
The quake was reported at 7:17 a.m. Sunday. Did YOU feel it?
As SoCal's intensive care unit capacity sunk below 15% for a second day, the state imposed a sweeping stay home order for 11 counties.
Sunday will be warmer in San Diego County after a cold morning, but another Santa Ana wind pattern will rip through the area Monday.
Sweeping new coronavirus restrictions will set in Sunday night for most of California. What to know about gyms and fitness centers.