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JUNE 23, 2021
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EDUCATION
Coronado school board fires head basketball coach over tortilla incident
Community groups had been raising pressure on school district to fire coach, hold people accountable for incident
WEATHER
Weather forecast: more June gloom
San Diego County will experience some gloom and chances of rain throughout the region today and tomorrow.
1 hour ago
POLITICS
Supreme Court rules for California motorist followed home by police
In a 9-0 decision, the justices say the 4th Amendment mostly does not allow police to enter a home unless it is an emergency or they have a warrant
June 23, 2021
More Coverage
Justices rule for student in ‘cursing cheerleader’ case
Supreme Court rules California farms can keep union organizers off private land
PUBLIC SAFETY
Border Patrol launches new unit targeting human, drug smuggling attempts by sea
The launch comes during a time of increased smuggling attempts by sea
June 22, 2021
More Coverage
Authorities find panga with 20 on board off San Diego coast
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT
Little Italy’s next big office building will be across the street from its newest one
Los Angeles-based Kilroy is in escrow to buy 2045 Pacific Highway where it plans to build another marquee office project
June 22, 2021
POLITICS
Plan to let many San Diego businesses eliminate parking spots clears key hurdle
Businesses near transit could transform their parking spots into outdoor dining, extra retail space
COLUMNS
Column: As West heats up, cold-weather cities getting a new look as ‘climate safe havens’
Duluth, Minn., in particular, is seeing some climate migration from other parts of the U.S. — and getting a lot of attention for it
PUBLIC SAFETY
San Diego mayor, chief and police reform advocate talk policing during forum
The forum was held in response to a study that found that people of color — especially Black people — are stopped, searched and subjected to force more often than White people
HEALTH
Scripps Health faces four class-action suits citing ransomware records breach
Information about 147,000 patients was stolen during month-long attack in May
EDUCATION
San Diego Unified board approves ethnic studies funding
Before the vote people objected that the district will be indoctrinating students in critical race theory
BUSINESS
Massive startup beach campus planned for Encinitas
Fast becoming the largest tech company in Encinitas, Flock Freight is going an unconventional route for office space
BIOTECH
Navy teams up with San Diego biotech to deploy COVID-19 tests and treatments
The partnership with Sorrento Therapeutics will last five years, but could be expanded to include other infectious diseases
BREAKING
PUBLIC SAFETY
Flooding from water main breaks force closure of Gate 7 at Naval Base San Diego
35 minutes ago
PUBLIC SAFETY
Driver killed in rollover crash on I-805 in San Ysidro
1 hour ago
PUBLIC SAFETY
Assailant stabs victim multiple times after argument in Bay Terraces
June 23, 2021
NATIONAL BUSINESS
McAfee antivirus software creator found dead in Spanish prison
29 minutes ago
PUBLIC SAFETY
Authorities find panga with 20 on board off San Diego coast
June 22, 2021
COURTS
Former San Diego police sergeant accused of stalking pleads not guilty
June 22, 2021
PUBLIC SAFETY
Driver arrested on suspicion of DUI in Pacific Beach crash that seriously injured motorcyclist
June 22, 2021
NATION-WORLD
More than 1 million nonbinary adults live in the U.S., a pioneering study finds
June 22, 2021
NATION-WORLD
Austin backs change in military sex assault prosecution
June 22, 2021
STATE AND NATIONAL POLITICS
Harris to make first trip to U.S.-Mexico border Friday to assess situation with migrants
EXPLAINER: What’s next now that GOP has blocked voting bill?
Asian Americans lobby to name Navy ship for Filipino sailor
Asylum seekers with cases closed under ‘Remain in Mexico’ can come to U.S. to pursue claims
PADRES
Padres Daily: West about to get wild; Crone’s power zone; rest is coming
Minors: Tucupita Marcano still powering up in El Paso
Padres’ Snell on 5 scoreless innings vs. Dodgers, wearing Swag Chain, fans at Petco, rivalry & more
SUBSCRIBERS ARE READING
SANDAG’s proposed ‘road charge’ would piggyback on California’s plans for a per-mile driver fee
L.A. buyer bets $420M on downtown San Diego’s return to work
San Diego spending millions for green bins to comply with game-changing recycling law
Coronado school board fires head basketball coach over tortilla incident
Column: Padres’ Blake Snell says ‘never been this bad’ in career; plans to fix it
Wednesday, June 23
11:30 a.m. | Together San Diego
Fernando Z. Lopez will talk about San Diego Pride. We will learn about the education & advocacy work San Diego Pride does and the events planned for Pride Week on July 10 - 18.

San Diego News Fix
To pay for its regional transportation plan, SANDAG is considering charging residents for every mile they drive. Joshua Emerson Smith has more.
COVID-19 IN THE COUNTY
Tracking coronavirus data in San Diego County
SHAREABLE
NATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT
Spears set to make rare remarks to conservatorship judge
MUSIC
Elton John extends farewell tour with new 2022 stadium dates, including two-night finale at Dodger Stadium
FOOD & COOKING
Restorative little cookbook aims to make eating fun again
The Social Justice Reporting Project
As part of The San Diego Union-Tribune’s effort to support local journalists, we awarded six grants last year for reporting on social justice issues.
The goal of the project was to present authentic voices of the racial and social justice movement in ways not otherwise seen in San Diego media.

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Hot Lava
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IDEAS & OPINIONS
Opinion: GOP doesn’t even want to talk about voting rights
Opinion: It’s time San Diego County recognizes our tribal governments as equals
Opinion: San Diego County is maintaining a policy of discriminating against local tribes
Opinion: Why Gen Z — or iGen — is experiencing much higher rates of mental health issues
Opinion: We must reach the point of sustainable population
Your Say on California summer memories
The latest from Steve Breen
See more editorial cartoons from Steve Breen here.
RACIAL JUSTICE COMMENTARY
Opinion: Critical race theory is an alarm clock. Without it, will America remain asleep?
Is healing the racial divide important enough to us?
COMMUNITY VOICES PROJECT
Opinion: Additional mental health training would benefit both police officers and the people they serve and protect
Opinion: We must stand with the AAPI community and help preserve its members’ future and well-being
COLUMNISTS
DIANE BELL
Chronicling life in and around the region.
CHARLES T. CLARK
Analysis on how identity intersects with civic life and daily news in San Diego.
LISA DEADERICK
Social justice issues with activists, experts and everyday people.
KARLA PETERSON
Stories on San Diego’s community and cultural life.
MICHAEL SMOLENS
Political analysis from a veteran San Diego journalist.
VISUAL STORYTELLING
Gallery: The week in photos
Images from Union-Tribune staff and contributing freelance photographers
North Park businesses, residents decry newly painted red curbs for bike lanes
Padres’ kids wish them a Happy Father’s Day
MIGRANT VOICES TODAY FILM COMPETITION
The Migrant Voices Today Film Challenge showcases diverse short-form films exploring loss, separation, current political realities and COVID-19’s effects on migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on a worldwide scale.
SOMEONE SAN DIEGO SHOULD KNOW
Someone San Diego Should Know: Patricia Ceballos
She helps people restart their lives after their release from jail
PEOPLE
Column: Fighting killer cancer with creative medicine
Young San Diego cancer patient uses podcast, crowd sourcing for treatments and cures to help others
LATEST
CONFESSIONS OF A FOODIE
Summertime means sangria
June 23, 2021
DINING AND DRINKING
Trust Restaurant Group to add second butcher shop in North County
June 23, 2021
ENVIRONMENT
Coast Guard yet to acknowledge video of ‘giant’ oily slick off San Clemente Island
June 22, 2021
DINING AND DRINKING
The Dish: Adelaide restaurant debuts at L’Auberge Del Mar
June 22, 2021
COURTS
9th Circuit reconsiders California ban on large-capacity gun magazines
June 22, 2021
TELEVISION
Emmys will now allow an actor or actress to be identified simply as a ‘performer’
June 22, 2021
LATINO AFFAIRS
A Disney animator draws on his Salvadoran boyhood of beauty and brutality
José Zelaya, the Disney Television Animation’s only Salvadoran designer and digital animator, as a boy dreamed he would “work for Mickey Mouse.”
‘West Side Story’ star Rachel Zegler shuts down haters mad about Snow White casting
‘I hate her’: Garcetti’s top aide put on leave after mocking labor icon Dolores Huerta
US gives more asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico another shot
Civil rights group calls for employees to be fired after Coronado High tortilla incident
BORDER & IMMIGRATION
U.S.-Mexico land border restrictions extended through July 21
The crossing has been closed to non-essential travel since March 2020
June 21, 2021
Work permits give new lifeline to undocumented crime victims waiting for visas
June 21, 2021
New temporary designation protects some Haitians from deportation for now, others left out
June 19, 2021
Volunteers’ medical mission returns after pandemic to help migrant children
June 19, 2021
Border vaccination plan with U.S.-donated shots starts in Baja California
June 18, 2021
MILITARY
BAE will get up to $105M to modernize San Diego’s namesake warship
June 21, 2021
Departure of U.S. contractors poses myriad problems for Afghan military
June 20, 2021
As Afghanistan war nears end, details emerge on how Predator drone revolutionized warfare
June 20, 2021
US Army has hidden or downplayed loss of firearms for years
June 16, 2021
FROM THE ARCHIVES
LOCAL HISTORY
From the Archives: Square dancers take over San Diego carrier 65 years ago
LOCAL HISTORY
From the Archives: Torrey Pines golf course first opened in June 1957
LOCAL HISTORY
From the Archives: Juneteenth and Emancipation Day in San Diego
LOCAL HISTORY
From the Archives: Pentagon Papers published 50 years ago
CAREGIVER
You really want to pet the service dog. Here’s why it’s so important not to
Nonprofit readies return to therapeutic Music on the Move program for San Diego seniors
PACIFIC
ARTS | CULTURE
Eating foods at the county fair so you don’t have to
Known this year as Home Grown Fun, the Del Mar Fairgrounds is still the place to find the finest fried foods
ARTS | CULTURE
Five unconventional summer movies: Coming of age edition
RESTAURANTS
Guy Fieri supports two San Diego small restaurants— with $25,000 each
RESTAURANTS
Chef James Montejano moves to International Smoke Del Mar
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SPORTS
Snell comes through as Padres beat Dodgers again
Column: Padres depth pushing Dodgers for gold standard in MLB
Fernando Tatis Jr. ’50-50' on whether he will participate in Home Run Derby
Padres pregame: Swelling for Ha-Seong Kim; Grisham drops down to 7th
BUSINESS
San Diego home price hits a record $725K, increasing at the fastest pace in nearly 8 years
Billion-dollar San Diego startup grabs East Village office space — with views of Petco Park
Holland America returning to San Diego after 18-month absence but you’ll need a COVID shot to cruise
Column: Employers may allow fully vaccinated employees to unmask
ENTERTAINMENT
Theater Notebook: Lamb’s Players Theatre to launch new season with comeback concert in July
Dave Keuning is back with The Killers and has a new solo album: ‘It’s the best of both worlds’
At San Diego Museum of Art, masterful debuts
Author Maggie Shipstead takes flight in ‘Great Circle’
LIFESTYLE
Sharp doctor learns firsthand the importance of catching colorectal cancer early
San Diegans use Juneteenth holiday to build community, celebrate culture — and educate
‘There is nothing like a strong woman’: ‘Sheroes’ honored at annual breakfast
A campaign of support and belonging for Asian and Pacific Islander communities
LOCAL
Encinitas planners support easing parking standards for some projects
Long-shuttered Carlsbad Raceway to be remembered with permanent onsite exhibit
Housing planned for homeless seniors in South Bay
San Diego Asian business association receives $150,000
CALIFORNIA
Border Patrol chief, who supported wall, is leaving job
Ohio ends incentive lottery with mixed vaccination results
Wrong-way driver fatally shot in California police pursuit
Good weather aids firefighters in California’s coastal range
NATION & WORLD
In break with Trump, House GOP forms group on climate change
Push to condemn Seattle park with large homeless population
Pedestrian bridge collapses over DC highway, injuring 5
One building, two worlds: Bridging stubborn gap in Congress
EN ESPAÑOL
Suben casos de COVID en Lisboa mientras critican respuesta
Alonso defenderá su título en el Derby de Jonrones
Zach LaVine le da el sí a EEUU para Tokio
Reseña: ‘F9"'encuentra una nueva velocidad para el ridículo
GAMES, EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS
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