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Calls To Overturn San Onofre Settlement Intensify Amid PUC Revelations

March 31
By Amita Sharma
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Consumer advocates say emails and seized notes expose a narrative they have long suspected: The California Public Utilities Commission colludes with the power companies it is supposed to regulate.

Climbing Temperatures End Southern California Ski Season

March 31
By Associated Press
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Climbing temperatures and a lack of snow have ended the ski season at the Bear Mountain and Snow Summit resorts.

Wind Advisory Issued For San Diego County's Deserts

March 31
By City News Service
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Meteorologists said the strongest winds would blow around desert mountain slopes.

New Trails In Rancho Peñasquitos Help Preserve San Diego's Landscape

March 31
By Tarryn Mento
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The new trails increase San Diegans' access to nature in Rancho Peñasquitos but also help preserve the region's sensitive habitats.

FAA Says SDG&E Can Use Drones To Inspect Electrical, Gas Facilities

March 30
By City News Service
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SDG&E, which became the second utility in the U.S. to receive such approval, also plans to use drones for emergency response damage assessments throughout its service territory — such as during wildfires or after earthquakes.

Regulators Plan To Drop Case At Closed San Onofre Nuclear Plant

March 30
By Associated Press
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Regulators plan to close a case that raised questions about faulty equipment at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant.

March Likely Hottest On Record At San Diego's Lindbergh Field

March 30
By City News Service
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As of Sunday there were seven days this March where the mercury topped 80 degrees. The weather service said 1947 and 1988 were the previous March record holders, with 5 days above 80.

Roundtable: Another Referendum; The Future of Logan Heights; Bike Lane Backlash

March 27
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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The battle over the massive One Paseo development may play out in the voting booth. Gentrification fears lead Logan Heights residents to opt for keeping the status quo. And it's bikes versus businesses in Hillcrest.

Gov. Brown Signs $1B Water Plan For Dry California

March 27
By Associated Press
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The governor signed legislation that speeds up $1 billion in water infrastructure spending amid the worst drought in a generation, although much of the plan was drawn with future dry years in mind.

San Diego Second In U.S. For Solar Installations

March 27
By City News Service
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At the end of 2014, 149 megawatts of solar capacity was in operation in San Diego, behind only the 170 megawatts in Los Angeles.

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