Here’s Where to Watch ‘49ers v. Eagles’ Free Online: How to Live Stream ‘49ers v. Eagles NFC Championship game’ at Home

All Options to  Available Here How to watch the live coverage of the San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles . Exclusive details about how to watch the game, preview, information, prediction and odds in the US Philadelphia Eagles play against San Francisco 49ers for the NFC Championship title of the 2023 NFL Playoffs in the US. . Many experts have predicted that the San Francisco 49ers have greater odds of winning the NFC Championship. But whichever team wins this match will face off against the winner of the AFC Championship in Super Bowl 57. How to Watch San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles for Free Date January 29, 2023 Time 3:00 PM EST Venue Lincoln Financial Field How to watch the San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles game The game between the Niners and Eagles will air on Fox at 3 p.m. ET. The announcers will be Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Erin Andrews, Tom Rinaldi, and Mike Pereira. The game can be accessed on your television or through a device with internet access on Fox.com and Foxsports.com. Log in with your cable provider to access the live feed on the website. Watch the

Rep. Darrell Issa announces No Track No Tax Act to block mileage tax

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Jan. 27, California Representative Darrell Issa (R) of District 48 announced a bill that would prevent the widely disputed mileage tax from taking effect. The No Track No Tax Act was introduced by Issa in an effort to prevent both a tax on mileage proposed repeatedly by SANDAG and the tracking devices that would be necessary to calculate each tax. Rep. Darrell Issa joined KUSI’s “Good Evening San Diego” to discuss why he felt the bill was necessary. Categories: California News, Good Evening San Diego, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics, Trending

City of Memphis releases footage of altercation that led to death of Tyre Nichols

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – With today’s planned release of graphic video depicting the fatal beating of a 29-year-old Black man by five Memphis, Tennessee, police officers, Southland law enforcement agencies will be keeping a close watch to respond to possible local protests that might emerge. A Los Angeles Police Department representative told City News Service the agency is monitoring the situation, but it has not moved into an official state of heightened alert. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department also said it is monitoring, but there was no other official statement. Some city of Los Angeles neighborhood councils received messages from the LAPD this week saying police are aware of the pending release of video and the possibility of protests, and noting that the department is prepared to respond and facilitate peaceful demonstrations. The messages noted that there were no known “threats or protests” in the city in advance of the video release, which is expected at 4 p.m. Pacific time. Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes, in a statement on social media, said the agency is on standby. “We understand there may be strong reactions

Kevin Faulconer calls on the city to accept help from Lucky Duck Foundation

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Homelessness in San Diego was front and center the week of Jan. 23 after the county completed the annual Point In Time Count. While results won’t be available for some time, many expect the numbers to once again be higher than the year prior. Former Mayor Kevin Faulconer joined KUSI on “Good Morning San Diego” to discuss how the city should best go about creating more shelter spaces for the homeless. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics, Trending

Log awaited King Tut exhibit opens at Del Mar Fairgrounds

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diegans of all ages will be able to take a trip through time through the hands-on experience “King Tut: The Immersive Experience San Diego”. The exhibit opened on Jan. 27 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. History’s most famous king and his story will be explored through interactive images and exhibits. KUSI’s Mark Mathis went live on location with details. Categories: Entertainment, Good Evening San Diego, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Trending

Balboa Park reopens after Santa Ana winds uproot 35 trees

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Thursday, Jan. 26, Santa Ana winds berated San Diego county, knocking over semi trucks and uprooting 35 trees at Balboa Park alone, affectively shutting the park down. On Friday, Jan. 27 the park reopened after extensive cleanup. KUSI’s Ed Lenderman went live at the park with details on cleanup efforts. Categories: KUSI

Disability rights groups sue over Newsom’s Care Court

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Disability rights groups filed a lawsuit Thursday, Jan. 26 in an attempt to block the rollout of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s far-reaching plan to address homelessness and the unhoused mentally ill by compelling treatment for thousands of transient people. Disability Rights California, Western Center on Law and Poverty and the Public Interest Law Project asked the state’s high court to strike down the plan as a violation of the constitution. Senior Attorney Sarah Gregory for Disability Rights California joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes to discuss the details of the lawsuit. Categories: California News, Good Evening San Diego, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics, Trending

Girl Scout cookie season returns to San Diego, Jan. 29

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Girl Scout cookie season will kick off on Jan. 29 across the nation. Girl Scouts sell cookies to raise funds for their troop camping trips, etc. KUSI’s Logan Byrnes was joined by Chief Mission Delivery Officer Michelle Mullen of the United States Girl Scouts to discus new cookies. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, National & International News, Trending