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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.

Hundreds Come Out In San Diego To Protest Dakota Access Pipeline Pe...

Hundreds Come Out In San Diego To Protest Dakota Access Pipeline Permit

Nov. 15
By Steve Walsh

Protesters converged as part of a nationwide effort to draw attention to the project and the permit which is still under review by the Obama Administration.

California Expects More Electric Cars On The Highways

California Expects More Electric Cars On The Highways

Nov. 15
By Erik Anderson

The state has 250,000 plug-in electric vehicles on the road and backers says that number will continue to go up.

Insects May Help San Diego Researchers Track Climate Change

Insects May Help San Diego Researchers Track Climate Change

Nov. 15
By Erik Anderson

San Diego State University researchers are trying to gauge how the region's ecosystems are shifting as climate change affects local habitats. Some answers may come from the insects that serve key roles for native plants.

Feelings Run High At Panel Monitoring Decommissioning Of San Onofre

Feelings Run High At Panel Monitoring Decommissioning Of San Onofre

Nov. 11
By Alison St John

New federal laws to allow tons of spent nuclear fuel to be moved off the coast of San Diego County have made little headway during this election year.

Strong Rip Currents Expected At San Diego Beaches This Weekend

Strong Rip Currents Expected At San Diego Beaches This Weekend

Nov. 11
By City News Service

A National Weather Service beach hazards statement warning of strong rip currents and elevated surf will remain in effect through Sunday afternoon.

State Mandates Carry San Diego Through 2020 Climate Goals

State Mandates Carry San Diego Through 2020 Climate Goals

Nov. 10
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego has already met its 2020 greenhouse gas reduction goals outlined in the city's year-old Climate Action Plan. But most of the progress was due to state actions, and little progress has been made on the city's biggest source of emissions: transportation.