Justina Myers, FOX5 San Diego

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FOX5 San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Justina:

‘The heat is devastating’: Scorching temperatures sweep over East County

El Cajon Wednesday was one of many San Diego County cities under an excessive heat warning. → Read More

1st plasma donations from COVID-19 survivors arrive at Blood Bank

A recent San Diego Blood Bank call for recovered COVID-19 patients to donate plasma generated 17 units that were given to local patients fighting the illness, it was announced Wednesday. → Read More

Chula Vista parks likely won’t reopen this month

CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Chula Vista City Council members said Tuesday that they do not plan to reopen city parks and beaches before the end of the month. “I don’t like being quarantined either, but we’re not there yet,” councilmember Steve Padilla said. Padilla weighed in at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. It was the […] → Read More

La Mesa to make crossing signals touch-free in effort to curb COVID-19 spread

The busiest traffic signals in La Mesa will be reprogrammed in an effort to prevent the spread of coronavirus. → Read More

Mayor Faulconer declares city employees disaster workers

Mayor Kevin Faulconer Monday issued an executive order declaring San Diego municipal employees disaster workers. → Read More

Sheriff Gore says gun stores can stay open during pandemic

Gun stores can remain open for business in San Diego County during the coronavirus pandemic, Sheriff Bill Gore said Thursday. → Read More

Trump Admin’s Public Charge Rule now in effect

The rule makes it harder for some migrants to gain entry into the US. → Read More

Supervisor Cox unveils new county initiatives on youth, mental health

Board of Supervisors Chairman Greg Cox unveiled new initiatives on mental health and at-risk youth Wednesday during the annual State of the County speech, part of an ambitious agenda that also includes giving young people a greater voice on policy and advancing more clean energy projects. → Read More

Horse racing regulations proposed in state assembly

A new state assembly bill aims at preventing horse deaths and injuries at California racetracks. → Read More

New housing development coming to Encinitas despite concerns

Encinitas City Council members voted 3-2 Wednesday to deny an appeal and move forward with a new housing development on Bonita Drive. → Read More

Poway officials to consider bill credit for those impacted by boil water advisory

City leaders in Poway are expected to consider a one-time water bill credit for residents and businesses impacted by the weeklong water boil water advisory that began in late November. → Read More

SDSU fraternity suspended, evicted over hazing violations

Theta Chi, a fraternity at San Diego State University, has been suspended following an investigation launched by its national organization. → Read More

El Cajon mayor touts budget, development in State of the City

EL CAJON, Calif. -- El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells delivered his sixth annual State of the City address Tuesday night. The event, held at the Ronald Reagan Community Center, doubled in attendance compared to the year before, city officials said. “I kind of feel like this is a family meeting," Mayor Wells told FOX 5. → Read More

Suspected coronavirus case being treated in San Diego County

One person has been hospitalized with what health officials are investigating as the first suspected case of coronavirus in San Diego County. → Read More

Encinitas residents sound off ahead of vote on proposed parking lot for homeless

Hundreds of people packed an Encinitas City Council meeting to speak for and against a proposed overnight parking program for the homeless. → Read More

Encinitas holds final debate over proposed parking lot for homeless

Encinitas residents had a final opportunity Tuesday evening to voice their opinions about a proposed overnight parking lot for the homeless. → Read More

Chula Vista Fire gets biggest recruiting class ever

The Chula Vista Fire Department began training nearly two dozen new recruits this week -- the largest group the department has ever seen. → Read More

1 teen killed, 5 others injured in crash

One teenager was killed and five others were injured Tuesday night in a crash in Otay Mesa. → Read More

Thieves target backpacking store weeks before it goes out of business

Thieves targeted a San Diego backpacking store just weeks before it is slated to go out of business. → Read More

Family, friends hold vigil for family killed in murder-suicide

Family and friends gathered Friday evening for a candlelight vigil to pray for a Paradise Hills mother and her three young sons. → Read More