Andrew Nomura, FOX5 San Diego

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FOX5 San Diego

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Past articles by Andrew:

City schools work on plan for fall reopening

The San Diego Unified School District is preparing to reopen its campuses in the fall, but officials say they'll need more federal help before that can realistically happen. → Read More

Chula Vista City Council approves spending on police vehicles

Chula Vista City Council unanimously voted Tuesday in favor of purchasing more police vehicles. → Read More

Chula Vista church wants to take reopening fight to Supreme Court

South Bay United Pentecostal now is looking for guidance from the highest court in the land with its ambitions set on reopening. → Read More

$28M lottery ticket sold in National City

A lottery player who purchased a ticket in National City has won $28 million, California Lottery announced Monday. → Read More

Hikers warned to watch for rattlesnakes as temperature rise

San Diego park rangers are warning that the warm weather in May means that rattlesnakes are becoming more active. → Read More

‘Good day to be a San Diegan’ as people take in reopened beaches

People made their way to the San Diego coast to enjoy the first weekend of beach reopenings. → Read More

South Bay leaders call for emergency repairs to Tijuana sewage system

South Bay leaders are once again calling for action to fix cross border pollution. → Read More

County opens 2 drive-by virus testing sites

San Diego County opened two additional drive-thru testing facilities Monday. → Read More

Residents return to reopened neighborhood parks

San Diegans were eager to take advantage several reopened neighborhood parks Tuesday after weeks of closures. → Read More

Fire tears through Kearny Mesa restaurant

Crews worked Monday night to extinguish flames that tore through a restaurant in Kearny Mesa. → Read More

Coronado to close beaches on weekends

Coronado City Council voted 3-2 Tuesday to close beaches on weekends in response to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Pizza shop gives back to first responders, healthcare and grocery workers

ESCONDIDO, Calif — A restaurant in Escondido is stepping up making sure important groups in the community are fed. BAPS! restaurant was only in business for three months before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Like most businesses around the state, the restaurant is now only able to do takeout or delivery orders, resulting in a crushing […] → Read More

Restaurant delivers food, toiletries to senior citizens in need

People around San Diego are lending a hand to those who need help during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Employee at assisted living facility tests positive for coronavirus

An employee at an assisted living facility in Spring Valley has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials said Friday. → Read More

Residents cast ballots early at satellite voting locations

The county has four satellite voting locations where people can vote early in hopes of avoiding long lines. → Read More

Electric scooter ban on boardwalks starts Saturday

A motorized devices ban is going into effect on Saturday. → Read More

5-year-old in critical condition after fatal bus crash

A 5-year-old was in critical condition after a bus crashed in Pala Mesa Saturday morning, authorities said. → Read More

City breaks ground on water purification facility in Oceanside

The City of Oceanside has broken ground on its new water purification facility. → Read More

Man pleads not guilty in sexual assault of woman at assisted living facility

A man who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman at a Carlsbad assisted living center pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of sexual battery, assault, indecent exposure and burglary. → Read More

Toxic chemical secretly dumped in El Cajon is making residents sick

Several El Cajon residents believe a toxic chemical in the ground is making them sick. → Read More