SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today's headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
Outdoor religious services will be allowed without restrictions on the number of worshippers so long as social distancing is maintained.
24 Hour Fitness is filing for bankruptcy due to the "devastating effects" of the coronavirus pandemic.
The seven Cool Zones are air-conditioned and located throughout the hottest areas of the county.
A train struck and killed a pedestrian Monday afternoon at Carlsbad Village Train Station on State Street in Carlsbad.
A man was arrested after a standoff during which he allegedly shot at deputies and at least one deputy returned fire, officials said.
The La Mesa Disaster Recovery Fund will help businesses damaged or destroyed amid arson, looting and vandalism at the end of May.
Mario Daniel Haro, 32, a U.S. citizen who was living in Rosarito, Mexico, pleaded guilty earlier this year to robbing a Chase bank.
San Diego Continuing Education is preparing a selection of free online professional certificate programs to assist people with job training.
San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister reopened his downtown San Diego office for in-person services.
The board overseeing the UC system on Monday endorsed a state constitutional amendment to restore affirmative action in admissions.
The nation's major cellphone carriers reported widespread outages Monday, hitting customers from San Diego to San Francisco.
Joseph James DeAngelo, Jr. is expected to plead guilty to 88 counts against him, including rape and murder, later this month.
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Here's a roundup of all the coronavirus developments in California as of June 15.
From the weekend:
Officials reported 126 new coronavirus cases and no new deaths in San Diego County Sunday, as the region continues to reopen.
A weekend of protests against racism and police brutality continued Sunday, featuring everyone from bikers to babies and their mothers.
A protest against police violence drew hundreds to downtown La Mesa Sunday, calling for accountability for use of force by law enforcement.
The Carlsbad Police Department released a video featuring body camera footage of Thursday's contentious Tasering and arrest of a black man.
A man is recovering Sunday after being stabbed multiple times in the Mission Beach neighborhood, police said.
The rapid pace of San Diego County's reopening continues, even as officials reported 184 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, plus a new outbreak.
A reportedly suicidal father and his two daughters were rescued Saturday after his truck hit the bottom of Sunset Cliffs in Point Loma.
From Downtown San Diego to the surrounding suburbs, another day of protests against police violence took place Saturday.
The head of San Diego's NAACP branch called the police department's de-escalation plan "tone-deaf and utterly inadequate."
Citing "safety concerns," the city of Chula Vista removed a controversial Christopher Columbus statue from a park and put it in storage.
Organized by a Carlsbad man, the parade was set to start at noon at the Point Loma bait barge and end in Coronado.
The conservative, San Diego-based One America News Network hired armed guards to monitor a scheduled protest against the network Saturday.
Three powerful California police unions unveiled a national reform agenda Sunday, amid calls to radically change the way they operate.
After weeks of coronavirus closures, these 164 state parks, beaches and more have reopened to visitors across the state. Find the list here.