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Study Predicts Significant Southern California Beach Erosion

Study Predicts Significant Southern California Beach Erosion

March 28
By Associated Press

More than half of Southern California's beaches could completely erode back to coastal infrastructure or sea cliffs by the year 2100 as the sea level rises, according to a study released Monday.

Increasing Density Could Lower California's Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Increasing Density Could Lower California's Greenhouse Gas Emissions

March 28
By Erik Anderson

California researchers say increasing neighborhood density will help the state's cities reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses they generate.

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

March 27
By City News Service

A low-pressure system moves through San Diego.

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

March 27
By Erik Anderson

Endangered Quino Checkerspot Butterflies are flying on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge this spring for the first time in years.

U.S. Natural Gas To Mexico Skyrockets Making Some In Mexico Nervous...

U.S. Natural Gas To Mexico Skyrockets Making Some In Mexico Nervous About Dependence

March 27
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Drug tunnels are not the only passageways beneath the U.S.-Mexico border that transport valuable cargo. Pipelines cross the boundary too, carrying natural gas south.

Roundtable: San Diego Encounters Trump's Budget And Tijuana's Sewage

Roundtable: San Diego Encounters Trump's Budget And Tijuana's Sewage

March 24
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

President Donald Trump's proposed budget has ramifications for San Diego, positive and negative. And somewhere between 30 million and 240 million of gallons of untreated sewage drifted north from Tijuana. Why?

Sam The Galapagos Tortoise Celebrates 53rd Birthday In Encinitas

Sam The Galapagos Tortoise Celebrates 53rd Birthday In Encinitas

March 23
By Erik Anderson

A small crowd gathered Thursday morning in Encinitas to celebrate one of the planet's threatened land turtles — the Galapagos Tortoise.

San Diego Emergency Officials, Geologist Sound Alarm On Tsunami Risk

San Diego Emergency Officials, Geologist Sound Alarm On Tsunami Risk

March 23
By Susan Murphy

If a large earthquake struck offshore, thousands of people along San Diego’s 70 miles of coastline could be in danger.

Homeless Shelters Open As Spring Storm Hits San Diego

Homeless Shelters Open As Spring Storm Hits San Diego

March 22
By City News Service

Light showers, brisk winds and a slight chance of thunderstorms are in the forecast Wednesday for San Diego County as a weak spring storm moves through the region.

KPBS Drought Tracker Update: Some Sierra Snow Melts Away

KPBS Drought Tracker Update: Some Sierra Snow Melts Away

March 21
By David Wagner

New rains are coming as California's drought continues to wane thanks to a wet season that could turn out to be a record breaker — if storms leading up to April 1st bring enough rain.

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