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How Do San Diegans Tell Its Winter?

Dec. 22
By Nathan John
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With no snow or freezing temperatures to mark the occasion, some San Diegans look to the ocean for seasonal markers.

Warm, Windy Weather Ahead For San Diego County

Dec. 22
By KPBS News, City News Service
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A wind advisory will be in effect in valley and mountain areas from 10 p.m. Monday evening to 8 a.m. Wednesday.

California Plastic Bag Ban May Soon Qualify For Ballot

Dec. 22
By Erik Anderson
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California voters may get a chance to decide the future of the state's new ban on single use plastic bags. The deadline to gather initiative signatures is a week away.

San Diego County Opening New Charging Stations For Electric Vehicles

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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Several charging stations for electric vehicles are set to go into operation Monday in the parking garage under the Waterfront Park at the County Administration Center.

SDG&E Ending Ties To Rancho Bernardo Solar Company

Dec. 19
By Hoa Quach
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France-based Soitec came to San Diego in 2012 with the goal of providing solar energy to 60,000 households.

San Diego Could Be In For A Wetter Than Normal Winter

Dec. 19
By Erik Anderson
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Federal climate watchers said California is in for above average amounts of precipitation this winter.

Rainy Christmas Likely For San Diego County

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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Highs early next week are expected to be 10 to 20 degrees warmer than normal for the time of year, meaning temperatures will likely top out in the 70s and 80s in most parts of the county, though some mountain areas will be in the 60s.

Head Of California Public Utilities Commission Leaves A Mixed Legacy

Dec. 19
Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
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Michael Peevey led his final meeting Thursday as president of the California Public Utilities Commission.

California Drought Continues To Concern Ranchers And Farmers

Dec. 18
Capital Public Radio
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The impact of reduced water supplies has rippled throughout the state, determining what crops were planted and making it tough for producers to meet the global demand for California's crops.

Tips For Winter Gardening In California

Dec. 17
Midday Edition
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All of this rain reminded us that we are approaching the time of year when it is best to plant native species.

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