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San Diego Refuge Managers Work To Balance Competing Land-Use Interests

Aug. 25
By Erik Anderson
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Managers with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are working to develop a long-term plan to manage a large patchwork of land just east of Bonita and Chula Vista. Creating a plan that pleases everyone is proving to be a challenge.

Cabrillo National Monument Celebrated Birthday With Free Admission

Aug. 25
By City News Service
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Entrance fees were waived in commemoration of the 98th birthday of the National Park Service.

Hurricane Marie To Cause Strong Rip Currents, Elevated Surf Along San Diego Coast

Aug. 25
By City News Service
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The National Weather Service issued a beach hazards statement for the county's coastal areas, which is set to remain in effect from Tuesday morning through late Thursday night.

Expert Calls For Diablo Canyon Nuke Plant Closure

Aug. 25
Michael Blood / Associated Press
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Environmentalists have long depicted Diablo Canyon — the state's last nuclear plant after the 2013 closure of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station — as a nuclear catastrophe in waiting.

76-Mile Relay Swim Canceled After Shark Encounters

Aug. 25
By City News Service
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The relay swim from Catalina Island to La Jolla Cove was in support of wounded veterans.

Another North County Golf Course Closes Its Doors

Aug. 25
Promise Yee
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The San Luis Rey Downs Golf Course in Bonsall has closed for good, and its future could take years to determine.

Roundtable Reflects On Faulconer's Choices, Lorena Gonzalez' Bills, Riding Uber

Aug. 22
Midday Edition
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The San Diego mayor can choose to lead on the minimum wage and convention center issues or he can sit and watch. Sacramento pols chose to support a $7.5 billion water bond in November. Lorena Gonzalez has chosen to launch a legislation barrage. And San Diegans are choosing Uber and Lyft over taxis — and so are drivers.

63 Trillion Gallons Of Water Lost In Drought-Ridden West, Study Finds

Aug. 22
By Susan Murphy
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Trillions of gallons of water across the western United States have been lost due to the severe drought, according to a new study. The shrinking water supply has caused the earth to rise.

Escondido Councilwoman Now Supports Initiative To Develop Golf Course

Aug. 21
By Jill Replogle
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Escondido City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Olga Diaz says she's supporting a developer's initiative to put homes on a former golf course. Nearby residents want it to remain open space.

Rip Currents, Elevated Surf Expected At San Diego County Coast

Aug. 21
By City News Service
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A beach hazards statement is set to take effect at 9 a.m. Thursday and will extend until Sunday afternoon.