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Rain Doesn't Signal Wet Winter, But Does Reduce Wildfire Risk

Rain Doesn't Signal Wet Winter, But Does Reduce Wildfire Risk

Nov. 22
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

San Diego County may get more rain Saturday night or Sunday, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.

San Diego Housing Crisis Forges New 'YIMBY' Alliance

San Diego Housing Crisis Forges New 'YIMBY' Alliance

Nov. 22
By Andrew Bowen

There's a growing consensus that the region's acute housing crisis is caused by a lack of new development. Environmentalists and the building industry now find themselves advocating for the same solution: density.

Activists Not Happy With Redevelopment Plans For Northern Mission B...

Activists Not Happy With Redevelopment Plans For Northern Mission Bay

Nov. 21
By Erik Anderson

San Diego's discussions about the future of the northern edge of Mission Bay are not sitting well with advocates working to bring back a large swath of wetlands to the area.

Another Rainy, Blustery Day For San Diego

Another Rainy, Blustery Day For San Diego

Nov. 21
By City News Service

Forecasters say scattered showers would linger throughout the day as gusty winds continue to whip through parts of the county.

Scripps Ph.D. Student Discusses Progress Made At UN's Climate Chang...

Scripps Ph.D. Student Discusses Progress Made At UN's Climate Change Conference

Nov. 21
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

The goal of COP22, the United Nations climate change conference earlier this month, was to build on the Paris Agreement on global action to limit climate change.

Trees Could Help Clean San Diego's Air

Trees Could Help Clean San Diego's Air

Nov. 18
By Erik Anderson

New research from the Nature Conservancy finds that urban trees can help save millions of lives worldwide.

Drought Kills 102 Million Trees In California, Officials Say

Drought Kills 102 Million Trees In California, Officials Say

Nov. 18
By Associated Press

The U.S. Forest Service said Friday that an aerial survey shows more than a 100 percent increase in dead trees across the state since 2015.

With Pala Purchase, Landfill Plan For Gregory Canyon Is Dead

With Pala Purchase, Landfill Plan For Gregory Canyon Is Dead

Nov. 18
By Alison St John

More than 20 years of controversy over a plan to put a landfill at Gregory Canyon in San Diego's North County comes to an end, as the Pala Band of Mission Indians buys a portion of the site.

San Diego Awarded $750K As Part Of BP Settlement

San Diego Awarded $750K As Part Of BP Settlement

Nov. 17
By Erik Anderson, City News Service

The county is getting $750,000 as part of a multimillion-dollar settlement against the oil company British Petroleum.

San Diego Weather: Gusty Winds, Cooler Temps

San Diego Weather: Gusty Winds, Cooler Temps

Nov. 16
By City News Service

Expect cloudier weather and potentially damaging winds as a cold front moves into the county.