SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
Organizers canceled the San Diego Comic Convention for the first time in its 50-year history due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With 587 new cases and 18 deaths announced Wednesday, the region’s totals reached 25,107 cases and 505 deaths.
Jeffrey Barton’s molestation conviction was overturned by a state appellate panel. He is the former headmaster of Army and Navy Academy.
Hundreds of pounds of marijuana, along with concentrated cannabis and edible products infused with the drug were seized, officials said.
Walnut-based Shea Homes has an office in San Diego. Beazer Homes, based out of Atlanta, has built communities in Fallbrook and Oceanside.
Signs warning of sewage-contaminated water will remain in place until sampling results indicate the water is safe for recreational use.
A study assessed the potential need for a new campus in Chula Vista, Concord and Palm Desert, and the counties of San Mateo and San Joaquin.
The “on-off” switch in plant immune responses could give guidance to botanists on how to improve plant disease resistance.
California transit systems were struggling even before COVID-19, with stagnant ridership and soaring costs. Now they’re facing a crisis.
Coronavirus has reshaped how Californians live, learn and work in uneven ways.
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