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40 People Rescued From Flash Floods In Riverside

Dec. 4
Associated Press

Authorities now say about 40 people were rescued from vehicles trapped by flash floods in a Southern California community at the tail end of a three-day storm.

Contamination Alert Issued For Southern San Diego Beaches

Dec. 4
City News Service
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A contamination alert was in effect in San Diego County today along several miles of ocean shoreline just north of the U.S.- Mexico border.

California's Drought Status Unchanged Despite Rain

Dec. 4
Associated Press
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The U.S. Drought Monitor update out Thursday left California's drought status unchanged. That means 55 percent of the state is still considered in the most extreme category of drought.

Storm Causes Flooding Overnight; Showers To Continue In San Diego

Dec. 4
By City News Service
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A strong Pacific storm that caused flooding overnight was expected to clear out of San Diego County by Thursday night, meteorologists said.

Storm Brings More Than An Inch Of Rain To Some San Diego Communities

Dec. 3
Midday Edition
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The National Weather Service issued a coastal flood advisory through 10 a.m. Thursday, saying low-lying areas along the coast were at risk of flooding due to the high tide.

San Diego County Approves Land Purchase To Connect Santee, Poway Trail Systems

Dec. 3
By City News Service
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The land purchase allows the county to extend walking trails and protected habitats in Mission Trails Regional Park north to the Goodan Ranch Preserve near Poway.

Something Rare Visits San Diego County — Rain

Dec. 2
By City News Service
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As of 4 p.m. Tuesday, most of San Diego County had only seen a quarter of an inch of precipitation or less, but heavier rains began to move as the evening approached.

Wildfire-Scarred Communities Hit Hard By California Storm

Dec. 2
Associated Press

Authorities have ordered the evacuation of about a dozen homes in Camarillo Springs. The homes are in an area that burned in a wildfire more than a year ago.

Rancho Santa Fe Residents No Longer Biggest Water Users In California

Dec. 2
By Claire Trageser
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Rancho Santa Fe residents are now third on the list of biggest water users in the state. They still use on average seven times the amount of water city of San Diego residents use.

County Urges San Diegans To Shut Off Irrigation, Let Rain Do The Work

Dec. 2
By City News Service
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A two-week hiatus from watering San Diego yards could save enough water to supply 11,000 families for a year, according to the San Diego County Water Authority.