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Pastors Jurgen and Leanne Matthesius finished the evening with a prayer for Tucker Carlson. The crowd gathered at Awaken Church bowed their heads as Jurgen thanked the lord for Carlson's vision and honesty on April 2, 2022./ Photo by Jakob McWhinney

Morning Report: ‘I Know the Picture that God has for San Diego’

The COVID-19 pandemic changed our world in ways big and small. Few things remained unaltered by the spread of the virus and the shutdowns that followed. Awaken Church, which has five campuses across San Diego and thousands of congregants, has gone through something of a transformation itself. Though it was never a hub of progressivism,…

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Morning Report: City Attorney’s Office Believes Ex-COO Ordered Deletion of 101 Ash Docs

The 101 Ash dumpster fire continues to grow. Our Lisa Halverstadt has yet another bombshell: City Attorney Mara Elliott’s Office on Wednesday delivered a letter to former city Chief Operating Officer Kris Michell accusing her of ordering the city’s Information Technology Department to delete records associated with city dealings on 101 Ash St. and Civic…

Morning Report: How the Race for Sheriff Has Changed

For the last half-century, the role of San Diego County sheriff has been filled by only a few people. The races were rarely competitive and on occasion the incumbent ran unchallenged. The styles and personalities of the sheriff have changed over the decades, but they all had one thing in common. They were members of…

Morning Report: Gloria Pledges to Sustain Rapid Rehousing Programs After Budgeting Kerfuffle

Mayor Todd Gloria’s team is promising that he will not wind down three rapid rehousing programs designed to help house homeless San Diegans days after city housing commissioners learned that was set to happen at the city’s direction. Last Thursday, a trio of city Housing Commission board members spoke out after learning from agency officials…

Morning Report: Your Guide to the Primary Election

This week, ballots for the June primary election will be landing in mailboxes across San Diego County. Not sure what will be on the ballot or who to vote for? You’re in luck. The Voice of San Diego team put together a handy guide breaking down major local races including the county sheriff’s race and…

A collage of missing persons flyers

Morning Report: Anti-Trafficking Nonprofit Under Fire (Again) for Misrepresenting Relationship with Another Group

Saved in America bills itself as an anti-trafficking nonprofit that, working with law enforcement, conducts operations rescuing children who have gone missing from the streets. But a decades-old nonprofit known for helping locate missing children said the Valley Center-based group did not have its permission to use its branding in a fundraising appeal for one…

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Morning Report: Surprisingly Competitive Spending in Race for Coastal School Board Seat

San Diego Unified hasn’t had a hotly-contested school board race since 2016. The five-person board is currently filled with members supported by the local teacher’s union — and as candidates each of them easily defeated their opponents. But this year’s race for District C, which covers San Diego’s coastline, is heavily competitive — at least…

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