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California Considers Protecting Rare Gray Wolf

April 16
Scott Smith / Associated Press
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The California Fish and Game Commission at a meeting Wednesday in Ventura will vote on giving the wolf legal protections.

Broken Water Main Floods Busy Mission Beach Intersection

April 15
By City News Service
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The failed 12-inch cast-iron pipe began inundating the roadway at Mission Boulevard and West Mission Bay Drive about noon.

What Do You Think About San Diego's Future?

April 15
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KPBS joins up with national documentary producers for a special film project that aims to show both the promise and the problems facing our city.

Wind Advisory Issued For San Diego County Mountains, Valleys

April 13
By City News Service
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The National Weather Service said wind gusts up to 50 mph will be possible in the mountains and valleys beginning at 2 a.m. Monday and continuing until 2 p.m.

San Diego's Solar Capacity Nearly The Nation's Best

April 10
By Erik Anderson
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San Diego is a leader in the solar energy field.

California City Declares Sriracha Maker A Nuisance

April 10
Associated Press
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The Irwindale City Council's vote on Wednesday gives the factory 90 days to make changes to stop the spicy odors that prompted complaints from some residents last fall.

Anza Borrego Desert Wildflower Bloom A Bust After Dry Winter

April 9
By Susan Murphy
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Spring wildflowers typically paint the Anza Borrego Desert floor this time of year in an array of vibrant colors, drawing thousands of visitors from San Diego. But ongoing drought conditions have kept the annual blooms at bay.

California Legislature Debates Fracking Moratorium

April 9
Amy Quinton, Capital Public Radio
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The move comes less than a year after the passage of legislation that regulates the oil-extraction process.

San Diego Scientists Offer Free Online Course On Climate Change

April 8
By Susan Murphy
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Researchers have warned for years of climate change's potential effects, including higher sea levels and increasing extreme weather events. Now the general public has an opportunity to explore the science and share ideas with participants from around the world.

Ratepayer Group: Proposed Settlement Of San Onofre Nuclear Costs 'Theft'

April 7
Ed Joyce / KPCC
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A ratepayer group said the proposed settlement of costs related to the failed San Onofre nuclear plant is a bad deal for customers.

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