Elizabeth Sanchez, CBS 8 San Diego

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CBS 8 San Diego

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

San Diego County home prices drop for sixth straight month

Realtors said in this type of market, pricing your home correctly is key. → Read More

36 years have passed since San Diego State student Cara Knott was killed by a CHP officer

The murder of the 20-year old student made headlines and changes in the time need to file a missing person's case with police. → Read More

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Latinas make $.54 to every $1 earned by a white man

The pay gap among Latinas and white males continues prompting many to call for action. → Read More

Hundreds of San Diegans show up at the House of Iran in solidarity

Iranian Americans are frustrated with the violence against women taking place in Iran. → Read More

'I was very unsure of myself, I wanted to feel normal'

“There’s never a good time to talk about what so many of us are dealing with and that’s hair loss at any age," said Simon Rubenstein. → Read More

San Diego sees an increase in COVID hospitalizations, likely due to Thanksgiving holiday

This surge, health officials say is not from the Christmas holiday just a few days ago, the county hasn’t released those numbers. → Read More

Holiday travel expected to be up by 25% this season

Travelers are taking off despite increasing COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Santa Fe Christian Schools community gift new truck to long-time custodian

Clemente Mejia’s truck caught on fire on a recent Friday morning, so two students came up with a plan to help. → Read More

San Diego Bay's Parade of Lights returns for 50th year

The event will take place again next Sunday, Dec. 19 and it’s free. → Read More

CDC: Less than 0.01% of vaccinated people have developed COVID 'breakthrough' infections that have led to serious health complications

Health officials are urging more people to get vaccinated as hospitalizations increase. → Read More

Friends, family mourn 12-year-old boy shot and killed in Chula Vista

Police are continuing their investigation into what happened outside a boy's home in Chula Vista that left him dead. → Read More

Things to do and things you can't do this holiday weekend

As the big holiday weekend gets underway, big crowds are expected at local events → Read More

Calls to ban E-bikes at Moonlight Beach

As E-bikes gain in popularity, law enforcement officers are reminding riders to ride responsibly → Read More

It may soon be easier for California counties to reopen and move to a less restricted tier

Once the state distributes 2 million vaccine doses to the most vulnerable areas, the state will modify the metric to 10 new cases or fewer per 100,000 residents. → Read More

Here are all the properties up for auction in San Diego County

Interested buyers need to register on the county's website to bid on property. → Read More

NAACP says San Diego Fire-Rescue Dept. needs to change its culture

The NAACP has received complaints from San Diego Fire-Rescue Department employees saying there are derogatory symbols and displays at fire stations and equipment. → Read More

San Diego County's move into purple tier means some schools may not be able to re-open

Some parents are confused about what this move means for schools countywide. → Read More

Businesses concerned over restrictions if San Diego County moves into Purple Tier

Businesses could be forced to close again or modify operations if San Diego County moves into the state's most restrictive tier this week. → Read More

The largest 4-year college system in the country says classes for Spring 2021 will be mostly online

Planning for the Spring 2021 term had to be made early so that students and faculty can prepare. → Read More

Solana Beach restaurant burglarized, forced to temporarily shut down

Homestead Café usually has customers enjoying outdoor dining every evening, but that is tough to do now after all of their outdoor furniture was stolen. → Read More