Jacqueline Sarkissian, FOX5 San Diego

Jacqueline Sarkissian

FOX5 San Diego

Bakersfield, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jacqueline:

Students return to classroom in East County

Students in East County San Diego headed back to class Wednesday. → Read More

Healthcare for the homeless event held in Escondido

Free healthcare services were offered to more than 150 homeless individuals living in San Diego County. → Read More

San Diego aims for net zero emissions in climate plan

San Diego leaders are celebrating a new climate action plan that focuses mainly on cutting its carbon emissions. → Read More

Local mayors to address homelessness crisis

Sixteen out of the 18 mayors in San Diego County will meet to address the growing homelessness crisis. The meeting will take place at the San Diego Rescue Mission Monday afternoon. → Read More

Homeless can soon park in city lot 24 hours a day

Homeless people in San Diego will soon be able to park at one of the city’s safe parking lots 24 hours a day. → Read More

Court back in session at Whaley House for first time in 151 years

The historic building once operated as a fulltime courthouse from 1868 to 1871. → Read More

Comic-Con to require masks, proof of vaccination

Comic-Con will require attendees to mask up when the event returns to America’s Finest City this summer. → Read More

Tired of long lines? New security program unveiled at SAN

San Diego International Airport is launching a new program to skip long security lines. → Read More

Free gas giveaway benefits 300 San Diego-area families

A local group donated $15,000 in free gasoline Monday to benefit San Diegans in need. → Read More

What California’s immigrant population looked like in 1900

Stacker compiled a list of the largest sources of immigrants in California in 1900 using data transcribed from the 1900 U.S. Census. → Read More

U.S. resumes ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

Starting Monday, asylum seekers will once again have to "remain in Mexico" for a chance to enter the United States. → Read More

‘Taste of December Nights’ kicks off at Balboa Park

Balboa Park’s annual holiday celebration kicked off as a drive-through experience Friday, in the second year of a scaled-back event because of coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Navy veteran gets new roof just in time for Thanksgiving

A local business is showing its appreciation for military members with a special project at the home of a U.S. Navy veteran. → Read More

300 COVID vaccines available Friday for National City students ages 5-11

Up to 300 students ages 5-11 are getting their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine in National City Friday. → Read More

SANDAG details projects $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan will help fund

Local leaders are discussing how the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill could benefit projects in San Diego County. → Read More

Toys for Tots gets $80,000 boost from anonymous donor

The holiday spirit was apparent at Geppetto’s Toys Tuesday morning after an anonymous donor gifted $80,000 worth of toys to Toys for Tots. → Read More

Fleet Week kicks off its 20th year of celebrating service members

Fleet Week kicked off in San Diego Thursday with a host of events planned through Veteran's Day aimed at celebrating the men and women who serve our country. → Read More

Supervisors consider establishing regional film office

San Diego County leaders could soon vote on whether to establish a new regional film office. → Read More

Child abuse survivor takes on cross-country bike ride to raise awareness

Tim Markison aims to ride 3,000 miles from Ocean Beach to Jacksonville, Florida, to spread awareness about preventing child abuse and promote healing for victims of abuse. → Read More

County opens more testing sites as demand grows

Due to increased demand, San Diego County is opening four more COVID-19 testing sites. → Read More