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Taco Bell is Bringing Back a Fan Favorite For NBA Finals

A 12 year old boy was shot and killed this weekend at a condo complex in Chula Vista.

12 year old Max Mendoza was shot around 9am Saturday morning. We don’t know exactly what happened but police detained a 15 year old who they say “was a companion to the victim and is related to the investigation.” However that person was released to his family by investigators. Yesterday friends and family came together to mourn 12 year old max and a go fund me has been set up to held with funeral costs. His mom said, “Everybody loves his smile. He was such a good-hearted boy.”

The San Diego airport had its busiest weekend since March 2020.

Compared to last year, airport traffic increased by nearly 200% this past weekend however we still weren’t as high as 4th of July two years ago.

The San Diego Humane Society recovered nearly 100 stray animals yesterday, the day after Fourth of July.

The Humane Society says they most likely ran away from their homes during the fireworks celebrations. Anyone who lost a pet is advised to check the San Diego Humane Society’s Lost and Found Pets page at

If you have lost a pet, here are tips to find the pet.

  1. Don’t jump in your car to go look for it. “They’re operating on fear. . The only thing they want is their people and what you do when you go looking for your dog is you take all of your smells with you and now that dog goes everywhere you went looking for you. You can’t catch a moving target; they can’t catch a moving target.”
  2. Leave your door open for 24 hours, and placing a dirty sock at the front door.“ You want to take a sock turn it out by the door, put another one up high so the wind will carry that smell,.
  3. Those who find a stray pet are urged to try to locate the owner in the area first. The pet may have tags with a phone number, which could prevent a ride to the shelter.
  4. Call the Humane Society and post to social media.
  5. Get your pet micro-chipped

Taco Bell is giving away free tacos during the NBA Finals.

This week, Taco Bell announced the return of its Flamin’ Hot Doritos Locos Taco for a limited time, in it’s new “NBA Comebacks” promotion. So here’s how the free taco works. The first time that any team manages to make a comeback after being behind at halftime, Taco Bell restaurants will be giving away Flamin’ Hot Doritos Locos Tacos. The first NBA final game is tonight at 6pm between the Bucks and Suns.

Lots of people went swimming this Fourth of July Weekend and now there is a chlorine shortage!

Lots of pool companies are having a hard time keeping up with the demand. They say, once word gets out that liquid chlorine is in, there’s a rush and it goes quick.“ Within two hours, they get 200 to 400 cases of chlorine in and they’re gone.” They are now being forced to use dry chlorine. Not sure what is causing the shortage but there are reports that there was a fire at a manufacturing plant. That combined with the pandemic and labor issues.

Tyson is recalling 8.5M pounds of frozen chicken products this morning over listeria concerns.

The products include pulled chicken breast, boneless and skinless chicken breasts with rib meat, fajita-seasoned diced chicken breasts with rib meat, oven-roasted diced chicken breast, and sliced chicken breast strips produced between Dec. 26, 2020, and April 13, 2021.The products subject to recall bear the establishment number EST. P-7089.

The fireworks show at Disneyland just started for the first time in over a year due to the pandemic.

Well it is back now but it has changed. Disney has removed “ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls” from the greeting to kick off the “Happily Ever After” fireworks show. Instead, the announcer says, “good evening, dreamers of all ages.” The change is “part of a broader effort” for inclusion. Disney has also announced other changes to rides to be more welcoming to all guests. This includes changes to Splash Mountain to remove racist undertones and removing negative depictions of native people in the Jungle Cruise. Also employees will now be able to wear gender-neutral haircuts and have looser restrictions on dress code.

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