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San Diego Native Tribes Rally Against North Dakota Oil Pipeline

San Diego Native Tribes Rally Against North Dakota Oil Pipeline

Sept. 16
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

A rally is scheduled for Saturday across the street from Belmont Park in Mission Beach.

California Governor Approves $900 Million For Environment

California Governor Approves $900 Million For Environment

Sept. 14
By Associated Press

The cap-and-trade dollars will cover clean-vehicle subsidies, urban parks and trees, home weatherization and transit programs.

Plan Divvies Up California Desert For Conservation, Energy Projects

Plan Divvies Up California Desert For Conservation, Energy Projects

Sept. 14
By Associated Press

A federal plan released Wednesday sets aside some desert land for renewable energy projects but leaves much of it for recreation and species protection.

Cool Weather, Gusty Winds, Drizzle Expected Again Tuesday

Cool Weather, Gusty Winds, Drizzle Expected Again Tuesday

Sept. 13
By City News Service

Afternoon high temperatures are expected to run about 5 degrees below average near the coast and up to 15 degrees lower than normal in inland areas.

Arsenic Still Taints Some California Drinking Water

Arsenic Still Taints Some California Drinking Water

Sept. 12
By Erik Anderson

Environmental advocates say California isn't doing enough to protect residents who have too much arsenic in their public drinking water supplies.

Cooler Weather, Gusty Winds, Drizzle Expected In Parts Of San Diego...

Cooler Weather, Gusty Winds, Drizzle Expected In Parts Of San Diego County

Sept. 12
By City News Service

Afternoon high temperatures are expected to run 6 to 12 degrees below average Monday and 10 to 15 degrees lower than normal on Tuesday, and patchy drizzle will develop overnight in coastal and valley locales.

As San Diego City Council Reconvenes, Big Decisions Loom

As San Diego City Council Reconvenes, Big Decisions Loom

Sept. 12
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego City Council reconvenes Monday after a one-month recess. Some of the biggest items on the agenda are four community plan updates, one of which has hit a delay over environmental concerns.

San Diego's Sunday Bus Services Still Lag Despite Economic Recovery

San Diego's Sunday Bus Services Still Lag Despite Economic Recovery

Sept. 9
By Andrew Bowen

During the Great Recession, San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System was forced to raise fares and make sweeping cuts to bus and trolley services — most of them on Sundays. As the economy has recovered, however, funding for public transit is lagging behind.

U.S. Senate Candidate Sanchez Criticizes Opponent Harris On San Ono...

U.S. Senate Candidate Sanchez Criticizes Opponent Harris On San Onofre Probe

Sept. 8
By Amita Sharma

Rep. Loretta Sanchez said Attorney General Kamala Harris has “failed” in her inquiry of the shutdown of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, and that’s why a federal investigation is needed.

California Extends Ambitious Climate Change Law

California Extends Ambitious Climate Change Law

Sept. 8
By Associated Press

The state will further slash greenhouse gas emissions after Gov. Jerry Brown extended the nation's most ambitious climate change law by another 10 years.