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Weak El Niño Won’t Ease California Drought

Aug. 7
Ed Joyce, Capital Public Radio
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The latest climate models show a weak El Niño event.

Report: California Solar Capacity Grew 48% In 2013

Aug. 6
By Dwane Brown
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A recent report shows the solar industry is growing rapidly in California. Last year, there were more than 140,000 solar jobs in the U.S., including 47,000 in California.

Green Technology Building Code Changes Approved For San Diego County

Aug. 6
By City News Service
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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of all but one of the staff's recommendations.

High Surf Advisory Issued For North County Beaches

Aug. 6
By City News Service
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The National Weather Service issues a beach hazards advisory for areas north of Solana Beach due to the rip currents and 3- to 5-foot surf until Thursday evening.

San Diego Leaders Want New System To Test Beaches' Water Quality

Aug. 1
By Nicholas McVicker
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A California bill would authorize local health officers to use what proponents say is a fast and inexpensive technique to test water quality.

Brown Pushes For $6 Billion Water Bond, Insists Plan Is 'Tunnel Neutral'

Aug. 5
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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Gov. Jerry Brown is continuing to push for a $6 billion water bond.

What's Next For San Diego Convention Center Expansion?

Aug. 5
Midday Edition
By Tarryn Mento
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The fate of the $520 million Convention Center project is uncertain after a state appeals court ruled Friday that the city's plan to fund the expansion was unconstitutional.

Water, School Bonds Top Legislature's Agenda As Final Month Begins

Aug. 4
Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio
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A water bond, a school bond, a statewide plastic bag ban, paid sick leave: All big issues that may — or may not — be resolved before lawmakers hit the campaign trail at the end of the month.

San Diego Seafood Market Opens Saturday

Aug. 1
City News Service
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Freshly caught seafood will be on many San Diegans' menus tomorrow with the launch of an open-air seafood market near Seaport Village.

Condor Chick At Safari Park Named

Aug. 1
By City News Service
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The chick has been named Su'nan, which means "to continue to or to keep on" in the Chumash language.