With the CDC’s approval, kids ages 5 through 11 are able to get the COVID-19 vaccine starting today, but many parents are still reluctant to get their children vaccinated. Plus, San Diego restaurant owners react to the city initiative that will make sidewalk dining permanent. Also, a North County nonprofit is working to make reintegration back into society easier for people getting out of jail or recovery centers. And, 9 million veterans in the U.S. get medical care through the VA each year, inewsource investigative reporter Jill Castellano is back with the second of her two-part series on the federal health care system. Meanwhile, San Diego Zoo geneticists revealed two condor chicks there are the first known cases of reproduction without fertilization, called parthenogenesis, in California condors. Finally, in an excerpt of the “Cinema Junkie” podcast, guest Gary Dexter explores how the film adaptations of John Le Carré's novels offered a realistic counterpoint to James Bond.