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Tease photo for San Diego County Cut Back On Water By 23% In April

San Diego County Cut Back On Water By 23% In April

May 23
By City News Service

That's compared to the same month three years ago. The drop marks the largest monthly reduction since September.

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Gusty Winds Expected In Parts Of San Diego County

May 19
By City News Service

A National Weather Service wind advisory for the mountains and deserts is set to take effect at 5 p.m. Thursday and extend until 3 a.m. Saturday.

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California Lifts Statewide Conservation Order

May 18
By Associated Press

The State Water Resources Control Board has lifted its statewide conservation order calling for a 20 percent savings.

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UCSD Calls On UC To Shed Investments In Fossil Fuel Companies

May 17
By City News Service

The UC San Diego Academic Senate on Tuesday called on the University of California to shed its investments in companies that conduct most of their business in fossil fuels.

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SDG&E Pushes For More Electric Cars In San Diego

May 16
By Erik Anderson

San Diego's investor-owned utility is spending $7.5 million over five years to encourage the transition to electrically powered cars.

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San Diego Oceanographer, 98, Spurs Research Proving Climate Change Makes Days Longer

May 16
By David Wagner

Legendary San Diego oceanographer Walter Munk, known as the "Einstein of the oceans," spurred scientists to prove that current sea-level rise is actually slowing down the rotation of the Earth.

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Roundtable: Duncan Hunter's Expenses, US Senate Debate, San Onofre Deal Reopened

May 13
By Midday Edition

Rep. Duncan Hunter's campaign paid thousands for questionable expenses. Candidates were in attack mode in the U.S. Senate debate on KPBS this week. After 18 months of criticism, state regulators reopened the San Onofre settlement.

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To Prevent Zika, US And Mexico Join Forces To Collect Tires

May 12
By Jean Guerrero

Environmentalists, business leaders and officials from the U.S. and Mexico launched a pilot program to collect and recycle up to 100,000 tires in Tijuana.

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San Diego Zoo Celebrates 100th Anniversary

May 12
By Midday Edition

In its 100 years, the zoo has grown from a few abandoned animals in the park to a global zoological society.

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California Has New Canned Food Warning Labels

May 11
By Erik Anderson

California consumers may see new warning labels for canned food Wednesday, but people will have to look to find them. Consumer advocates say consumers are not being properly protected.

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