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I-10 At Washed Out Bridge To Reopen Friday

July 22
By Associated Press
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The main route connecting Los Angeles and Phoenix, which was closed when a surge of floodwater damaged several bridges spanning small desert gullies, is set to partially reopen Friday — far sooner than officials first estimated.

Temporary Repairs Made To Sinkhole After Trolley Delays

July 21
By Steve Walsh
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The sinkhole was likely caused by the heavy weekend rainfall. Commuters can expect additional delays when the Metropolitan Transit System makes long-term repairs in the coming months.

Reminder From San Diego Agency: Don't Water Your Lawns Just Yet

July 20
By City News Service
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The County Water Authority is reminding residents that it is illegal to water landscapes within 48 hours of this weekend's rainfall.

More Rain Possible In San Diego County Monday

July 20
By 10News , City News Service
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More rain, higher than average surf and strong rip currents could be possible in San Diego County again Monday, although moisture from the remnants of Hurricane Dolores was decreasing.

South San Diego County Beaches Closed

July 20
By City News Service
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County officials also issued a general advisory stating that coastal waters — including Mission Bay and San Diego Bay — should be avoided for 72 hours after rain

Second Day Of Rain Brings Flooding To San Diego County

July 19
By KPBS News, City News Service
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The San Diego Padres went into an unusual rain delay and streets and highways flooded Sunday, as heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Dolores again hit San Diego County.

Thunderstorms, Lightning Hit San Diego

July 18
By KPBS News, City News Service
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Thunderstorms rumbled across San Diego County Saturday as the remnants of Hurricane Dolores weakened and moved offshore from Baja California.

North County Leaders Thirst For Drought Remedies

July 16
By Alison St John
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Leaders gathered at a North County Water Summit in Vista, searching for ways to address the drought in the region.

San Diego County's Water Use Drops In June

July 16
By City News Service
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Urban potable water use in June declined by around 26 percent, compared to the same month two years ago, according to the San Diego County Water Authority.

How San Diego's Zero Waste Plan Is Different From Standard Paper And Plastic Recycling

July 16
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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The City Council has approved a goal of reaching zero waste by the year 2040. To meet the goal it will take a new way of thinking about how to dispose the things we want to throw away.