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Rain Returning To San Diego Area

Dec. 11
By City News Service
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The San Diego area is due for a soaking late Thursday night and through the day Friday. Expected precipitation totals are up to 1.25 inches along the coast and in the valleys and up to 3 inches in the mountains.

Rainstorm Cancels Padres' Holiday Wonderland

Dec. 11
By City News Service

The Port of San Diego also canceled a dedication ceremony scheduled for Friday in light of the forecast.

Questions Raised About Storage Of Spent Nuclear Fuel At San Onofre

Dec. 10
By Alison St John
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A new report calls on the nuclear industry to be more transparent about strategies to manage spent nuclear fuel being stored indefinitely in canisters at San Onofre.

San Diego Approves $14 Million Security Contract To Protect Vulnerable Water Systems

Dec. 9
By Susan Murphy
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The contract, called for under federal Department of Homeland Security guidelines for water and wastewater infrastructure, is for one year at nearly $2.5 million, with four one-year options to renew.

House Moves To Bring Relief To California Farms

Dec. 9
Kevin Freking / Associated Press
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The House approved on Tuesday a bill designed to give state and federal agencies authority to move more water in coming months to California's drought-stricken farm belt.

San Diego Filipinos Watch As Deadly Typhoon Washes Over The Philippines

Dec. 8
By Erik Anderson
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A major tropical storm in the Philippines over the weekend has stirred concern in San Diego's Filipino community. Many local Filipinos are trying to reach family and friends in the island nation and are looking for ways to help.

Another Round Of Rain On Its Way To San Diego

Dec. 8
City News Service
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A Pacific storm is expected to hit San Diego County late this week and could bring widespread rain, mountain snow, gusty winds and rough seas, forecasters said today.

Roundtable On SDPD Deadly Shooting, Toothless Water Restrictions, Small Fire Crews

Dec. 5
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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A lawsuit over a deadly 2012 police shooting is given life by a federal judge. The city's "mandatory" water restrictions have no teeth, as yet. And the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department is trying two-person crews to improve response times — over objections.

California Moves To Protect Tricolored Blackbird

Dec. 5
Associated Press
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California has extended emergency endangered species protection to the dwindling tricolored blackbird, which often faces danger as it nests in dairy silage fields in the central part of the state.

Monitoring The Muddy Waters Of Lake San Marcos

Dec. 4
By Alison St John
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Tranquil Lake San Marcos in San Diego’s North County has pollution problems. At a workshop this week, residents heard the latest on what the agencies responsible are doing about it.