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Tease photo for San Diego Beaches Busy Over Fourth Of July Weekend

San Diego Beaches Busy Over Fourth Of July Weekend

July 4
By City News Service

The second day of the Fourth of July holiday weekend was even busier than the first on San Diego beaches.

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Scientists Say Climate Change Damaging National Parks

July 4
By Tom Fudge, Michael Lipkin

As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, officials are warning that climate change's impacts are threatening the future of national parks across the country.

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Potentially Dangerous Rip Currents May Persist Into Fourth Of July Weekend

July 1
By City News Service

Beachgoers were advised to obey posted warning signs, use caution around the water and always swim near a lifeguard.

Tease photo for North Park Offers Early Test Of Climate Action Plan

North Park Offers Early Test Of Climate Action Plan

June 30
By Andrew Bowen

North Park is one of the San Diego neighborhoods targeted for transit-oriented development. But will proposed changes to the area's future growth plans be enough to meet the city's ambitious goals of cutting greenhouse gas emissions?

Tease photo for San Diego First To Hit Solar Power Cap In California

San Diego First To Hit Solar Power Cap In California

June 29
By Steve Walsh

The city has reached the 5 percent limit on the amount of electricity utilities have to buy back from customers. As a result, new residential solar customers face extra charges.

Tease photo for Hot Weather Expected In San Diego County Mountains, Deserts

Hot Weather Expected In San Diego County Mountains, Deserts

June 29
By City News Service

Big waves and strong rip currents could stymie those trying to beat the heat at the beaches.

Tease photo for San Diego And California Get High Marks On Green Index

San Diego And California Get High Marks On Green Index

June 29
By Erik Anderson

California continues to perform well on the Next 10 Green Innovation Index, which measures how well the economy performs with the state's climate goals as a backdrop.

Tease photo for Salton Sea Restoration Gets $80.5 Million In State Budget

Salton Sea Restoration Gets $80.5 Million In State Budget

June 28
By Brooke Ruth

It's the most the state has ever given to California's largest and most troubled lake, but the amount is far short of the more than a billion dollars needed to restore and manage the Salton Sea.

Tease photo for Deadly California Wildfires Spark Debate About Development

Deadly California Wildfires Spark Debate About Development

June 28
By Associated Press

Experts say weather is one factor, but more critical is the state's exploding population, spawning communities in once sparsely inhabited regions long known to burn.

Tease photo for After Hot Spell, Slow Cooling Trend To Kick In Midweek

After Hot Spell, Slow Cooling Trend To Kick In Midweek

June 27
By City News Service

A high-pressure atmospheric system that got San Diego sweltering over the weekend kept things unseasonably toasty again Monday and was expected to do so through Wednesday, when a slow cooling trend will kick in, according to the National Weather Service.