SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
The San Diego park will reopen with no rides in operation and with a limited capacity after California lifted its stay-at-home orders.
21-Year-Old Man Dies In ‘Freak Accident’ At Mission Trails
Max Lenail had been last seen Friday going for a run at Mission Trails Regional Park, San Diego police said.
Mayor Todd Gloria Proclaims It Travel Nurse Day In San Diego
The San Diego Mayor declared “Travel Nurse Day” to honor nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Teenager Killed In Weekend Shooting At Downtown San Diego Hotel
Police found the victim mortally wounded in a guest room at Days Inn by Wyndham San Diego.
SD Councilwoman Appointed To State Reparations Task Force
San Diego City Councilwoman Monica Montgomery Steppe was appointed to California’s nine-member task force to outline reparation ideas.
Super Vaccination Station Opens In North County
San Diego County opened its third Vaccination Super Station at Cal State San Marcos Sports Center.
Patrick Reed Wins Farmers Insurance Open At Torrey Pines
American Patrick Reed shot a 4-under-par 68 Sunday to win the $7.5 million Farmers Insurance Open by five strokes over five golfers.
Quieter Locomotives Prompt NCTD To Step Up Education
A high percentage of accidents and fatalities that occur along the rail lines are preventable and unrelated to suicide attempts, NCTD said.
Bicyclist Injured By Hit-And-Run Driver In Carlsbad
The bicyclist, a 65-year-old woman from Arizona, was unconscious when police and paramedics arrived, authorities said.
Homeless Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Arson In Carlsbad Fires
Dawn Ann Crawford, 49, is accused of setting several fires along Park Drive on Jan. 20 amid gusty Santa Ana conditions.
Woman Wounded In Deputy-Involved Shooting In East County
A suspect was taken into custody following a deputy-involved shooting that left a woman wounded on the Barona Indian Reservation.
Pedestrian Struck, Killed By Vehicle In South Bay
A pedestrian crossing a street outside of a crosswalk was struck and killed by a vehicle in Chula Vista, police said.
Authorities Raid Illegal Marijuana Dispensary In Spring Valley
Deputies arrested a man and seized more than 400 pounds of marijuana and $3,500 in cash, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department said.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue Decline In San Diego County
The number of people in local hospitals with the virus declined to 1,344 Saturday, down from 1,375 a day earlier.
School Reopenings Stall — Again
Today marks yet another missed deadline in the nearly yearlong struggle to get California kids back in school.
Water Markets In California Can Reduce The Costs Of Drought
While water markets may help manage the financial risk of droughts, the more important work ahead is to strengthen the state water market.
From the weekend:
Coronavirus Hospitalizations Continue Descent In San Diego
The county’s cumulative COVID-19 case total is now 236,768 and the death toll is 2,603.
Navy Sailors On Destroyer In San Diego Test Positive For COVID-19
About 12 Navy personnel tested positive for coronavirus aboard the Chafee destroyer, which was in San Diego for a training mission.
Ortiz, Reed Share Lead In Final Round Of Farmers Insurance Open
Carlos Ortiz of Mexico and American Patrick Reed share a two-shot lead over five golfers entering Sunday’s final round.
San Diego Zoo To Reopen Saturday After Weeks Of Closure
The San Diego Zoo and Safari Park will reopen Saturday with limited shows, shopping, dining and transportation and a vow to focus on safety.
UCSD Men’s Basketball Games With LBSU Canceled Amid COVID-19 Test
UC San Diego’s road men’s basketball game scheduled for Saturday has been canceled due to a positive test within Long Beach State’s program.
CA Teachers: Purple County Schools Should Stay Shut For 100 Days
The California Teachers Association told Gov. Newsom that schools in purple tier counties should maintain distance learning for now.
CA Flu Report: 17 Die, Overall Cases Unseasonably Low
During the 2019-2020 flu season, 658 Californians reportedly died of influenza.
Stay-Home Order Lifted; Super Bowl’s First Poet: Top CA Stories
Take a look at some of the top news stories over the past week from across California.
Stunning Rainbows; SnowCal Fun; Sister Cheetahs: CA In Photos
It’s your state; It’s your shot. This is California — in photos.