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Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps On Warming

Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps On Warming

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

Earth last year wasn't quite as hot as 2016's record-shattering mark, but it ranked second or third, depending on who was counting.

SDG&E To Unveil New Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastruct...

SDG&E To Unveil New Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Projects

Jan. 19
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

San Diego Gas & Electric Friday will unveil several new projects at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal to expand the county's electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles.

Home Buyers Moving Into Otay Ranch Development; Methane P...

Home Buyers Moving Into Otay Ranch Development; Methane Problem Resolved

Jan. 19
Nicole Tyau/inewsource

People who bought new homes in Otay Ranch’s Village of Escaya can start moving in Friday — later than planned but after the developer took steps to address methane found at the site.

MTS Board Elects Georgette Gomez Chairwoman

MTS Board Elects Georgette Gomez Chairwoman

Jan. 18
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego City Councilwoman Georgette Gomez won unanimous approval from the MTS board of directors. She says she wants to focus on growing ridership, especially among youth and people with access to a car.

Mission Bay Dredged For Boat Safety

Mission Bay Dredged For Boat Safety

Jan. 18
By City News Service

Crews Thursday will begin dredging Mission Bay to help make it easier and safer for boats to navigate.

Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Researcher Dies After...

Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Researcher Dies After 5-Year Battle With Cancer

Jan. 17
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego geochemist is being remembered as a diligent and wise colleague after succumbing to cancer.

'ThriftStyle' Authors: Be Green By Shopping At Thrift Stores

'ThriftStyle' Authors: Be Green By Shopping At Thrift Stores

Jan. 17
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

Textile waste accounts for 10.5 million tons of trash yearly in U.S. landfills. That's one of the reasons some people choose thrift shopping, the authors of "ThriftStyle: The Ultimate Bargain Shopper's Guide to Smart Fashion" said.

A Look At The Incredible Shrinking Salton Sea

A Look At The Incredible Shrinking Salton Sea

Jan. 16
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake, the Imperial Valley’s Salton Sea, is poised to begin shrinking at unprecedented speed this year. Look at these photos that show you how the lake is changing.

The Shrinking Salton Sea Endangers Region's Health

The Shrinking Salton Sea Endangers Region's Health

Jan. 15
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake, the Imperial Valley’s Salton Sea, is poised to begin shrinking at an unprecedented speed this year. The retreat is raising concerns about the future of a place that is considered both an ecological treasure and a looming public health disaster.

Cleanup In City Heights Benefits Somali Neighborhood

Cleanup In City Heights Benefits Somali Neighborhood

Jan. 12
By Matt Hoffman

More than 250 volunteers gathered near 50th Street and University Avenue on Friday to pick up trash, build benches and lay fresh coats of paint.

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