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SeaWorld Responds To PETA Abuse Claim

Oct. 22
By City News Service
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PETA filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Agriculture after a veterinarian allegedly found scars and lesions on whales and dolphins at SeaWorld San Diego. SeaWorld veterinarians said the marks are common occurrences and not a sign of abuse.

Rabid Bat In San Marcos Leads To Public Health Outreach

Oct. 21
City News Service
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San Diego County health officials want to identify people who came in contact with the rabid bat that children found on Saturday.

Lawsuit Challenges City's Decision To Ban People From Children's Pool In La Jolla

Oct. 21
By City News Service
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Prompted by reports that people were mistreating the marine mammals, the City Council in March voted to close the beach from Dec. 15 to May 15, which is pupping season for the seals.

New Investors Resurrect Gregory Canyon Landfill Plans In North County

Oct. 21
By Alison St John
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A new investor has stepped in to resurrect plans for a major new landfill in Gregory Canyon after the company that wants to build it narrowly avoided bankruptcy.

San Diego City Council Approves Mandatory Water Restrictions

Oct. 20
By Tarryn Mento
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The San Diego City Council voted to up the city's water rules to a drought response level 2 — or "drought alert."

Central Valley Finds New Life In Milk And Oil

Oct. 20
Julia Mitric, Capital Public Radio
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The collapse of the housing market devastated cities like Stockton and Modesto. But the Central Valley’s agriculture industry weathered The Great Recession just fine. It even saw record growth, with one painful exception: dairy.

What Would Prop. 1 — The State Water Bond — Do For San Diego?

Oct. 20
By Erik Anderson
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California's punishing four-year drought sets the parched scene for Proposition 1 — a $7.5 billion water bond on the Nov. 4 ballot. Critics say most of the money won't help San Diego.

Forecast: California Drought To Continue Or Worsen

Oct. 17
Capital Public Radio / Ed Joyce
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Some improvement expected in California's drought, but not until Dec. or Jan.

San Diego County Temps Below Average Into Next Week

Oct. 17
By City News Service

The National Weather Service also said that night and morning low clouds will develop along lower mountain slopes "and will take longer to clear than what we have seen in recent weeks."

Californians To Receive Credit On October-November Electricity Bills

Oct. 15
Capital Public Radio
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The credit comes from California’s cap-and-trade program to fight climate change. It's a result of payments power plants and industries make when they buy carbon emission permits.