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San Diego Records Warmest Year On Record

Jan. 7
By Susan Murphy
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Last year was San Diego’s warmest since record keeping began in 1872. The average combined high and low temperature at Lindbergh Field was 67.6 degrees — nearly 4 degrees above normal.

California Breaks Ground On Bullet Train As Climate Solution

Jan. 6
Scott Smith / Associated Press
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The train aims to whisk travelers at 200 mph between Los Angeles and San Francisco in less than three hours.

San Diego Used Less Water In November

Jan. 6
By Claire Trageser
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Numbers released Tuesday from the California Water Resources Control Board show the city of San Diego reduced its water use from an average of 76 gallons a day per household in October to 64.5 gallons a day in November.

Electrical Substation In East San Diego County Goes Into Operation

Jan. 6
By City News Service
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The project was designed to enhance the reliability of the electrical system in the region and to help deliver wind and solar energy to SDG&E customers, according to the utility.

Warmer Temperatures Expected In San Diego County

Jan. 6
By City News Service
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Daytime highs of 7 to 15 degrees above average are likely Tuesday. The warming trend is expected to continue into Wednesday, though temperatures will not be quite as warm as they will be Tuesday.

Snow Enthusiasts Flock To San Diego Mountains

Jan. 2
By Susan Murphy, City News Service
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San Diego’s foothills and mountains are coated in a picturesque blanket of fluffy white snow. The rare winter wonderland has attracted thousands to Mt. Laguna and the historic town of Julian for sledding, snowball fights and apple pie.

Roundtable And The Big Stories: Campus Rape, Police Profiling, SONGS, Drought

Jan. 2
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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2014 wasn't all bad. Of course, it wasn't that good either. The national issue of campus sexual assault plagued SDSU. The SDPD had nearly stopped collecting racial data. San Onofre will close, but only with a lot of money from ratepayers. And there's still a drought.

Frost Warning Issued For San Diego's Valleys, Deserts

Jan. 2
By City News Service
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Near-freezing temperatures and potentially damaging frost are expected again Friday night.

San Diego County Warns Of Urban Runoff At Beaches

Dec. 31
By City News Service
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Urban runoff may contain large amounts of bacteria from a variety of sources including animal waste, soil and decomposing vegetation, officials said.

Chains Required To Enter Snow-Covered San Diego Mountains

Dec. 31
By City News Service
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Pine Valley and Julian has between three to nine inches of snow, prompting the highway patrol to require chains on cars.