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H1N1 vaccine available to all starting today

With demand from high-risk groups declining and supply steadily increasing, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is announcing that the H1N1 vaccine will be available to everyone starting today.

School Board race turns nasty with leaked email

An email sent by Kevin Beiser, candidate for San Diego Unified School Board, District B, was posted to the Internet last Friday. Supporters of Beiser believe this was done as an attempt to harm the openly gay candidate’s campaign.

Ugandan president committed to blocking anti-gay bill

U.S. officials have received assurances from the Ugandan president that he would work to block a harshly anti-gay bill from becoming law in his country and would veto the legislation should it come to his desk, according to the State Department.

San Diego cabbie strike likely to grow

More San Diego taxi drivers are expected to go on strike today, joining striking Yellow Cab drivers who say they took at least 150 cabs out of circulation over the weekend.

Pride at Work names Peggy Shorey as new Executive Director

Shorey, who has been an organizer and community leader in Connecticut for the past 17 years, succeeds Jeremy Bishop, who resigned earlier this year to join the Obama administration in the U.S. Department of Labor.

Coast Guard vessel hits pleasure boat, killing boy

An 8-year-old boy was killed and five others injured when a Coast Guard vessel struck a pleasure boat during the San Diego Bay Parade of Lights.

District settles litigation over free speech violations

After the threat of a court order forced Fallbrook High School to allow publication of a previously censored article and editorial in the student newspaper, the Fallbrook Union High School District voted to settle a lawsuit filed to enforce the free speech rights of student journalists and the faculty advisor of a nationally award-winning newspaper.

$15 million available for first-time homebuyers

Local first-time homebuyers may be able to take advantage of state funds awarded to the County of San Diego Department of Housing and Community Development, through the Mortgage Credite Certificate program.