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3,000 Expected To Turn Out For San Diego Climate March On Saturday

3,000 Expected To Turn Out For San Diego Climate March On Saturday

April 28
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Hundreds of marches are planned across the country in solidarity with the People's Climate March on Saturday in Washington, D.C., one of which is in San Diego.

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

California Lawmakers Vow To Thwart New Offshore Oil Drilling

April 28
By Associated Press

California lawmakers are introducing legislation that would thwart President Donald Trump's attempts to expand offshore drilling.

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

April 28
By City News Service

Gusty winds are expected to develop in parts of San Diego County tonight and extend into the weekend.

San Diego Mayor Joins Other Mayors Nationwide Working Toward 100 Pe...

San Diego Mayor Joins Other Mayors Nationwide Working Toward 100 Percent Renewable Energy

April 27
By City News Service

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer is one of four co-chairs of an initiative launched by the Sierra Club Wednesday to convince fellow U.S. mayors to adopt a goal of moving to 100 percent renewable energy.

 Customers May Never Know How They Got Stuck with $3.3 Billion Bill...

Customers May Never Know How They Got Stuck with $3.3 Billion Bill For San Onofre Shutdown

April 27
By Amita Sharma

The California Public Utilities Commission once again refuses to release scores of emails it exchanged with Governor Jerry Brown’s office over the plant’s closure.

Volunteers Clean Up Large San Diego Homeless Camp

Volunteers Clean Up Large San Diego Homeless Camp

April 26
By Erik Anderson

Volunteers worked Wednesday to clean up a homeless camp in Mission Valley next to the San Diego River that was occupied by several dozen people.

'Unprecedented' Tree Die-Off Hits Southern California

'Unprecedented' Tree Die-Off Hits Southern California

April 26
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The U.S. Forest Service said an invasive beetle could kill 27 million urban trees across Southern California. That is about 40 percent of the region's 70 million trees.

Report: California's Five-Year Drought Increased Electricity Costs ...

Report: California's Five-Year Drought Increased Electricity Costs By $2.45B

April 26
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Loss of hydroelectricity generation during California's 5-year drought led to an increase of about $2.45 billion in electricity costs, according to a report released by the Pacific Institute on Wednesday.

San Diego County Supervisors Contemplate Plans To Reduce Landfill W...

San Diego County Supervisors Contemplate Plans To Reduce Landfill Waste

April 26
By City News Service

The Board of Supervisors is scheduled Wednesday to consider a plan to reduce the amount of waste that goes into landfills from San Diego County's unincorporated areas by 75 percent by 2025.

First Person: Mother And Son Fight For Environmental Justice

First Person: Mother And Son Fight For Environmental Justice

April 24
By Marissa Cabrera

Like many teens who grew up in Barrio Logan, Francisco Martinez suffers from asthma. His condition led his mom to join the fight for environmental justice. Now, he’s following in her footsteps.

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