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First Green Navy Fleet Leaves San Diego

Jan. 20
Evening Edition
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A scheduled seven-month deployment began Wednesday for three San Diego-based vessels, which became the first Navy ships to use an alternative fuel mix during regular operations.

San Diego, Baja High Schoolers Working To Solve Global Problems

Jan. 20
By Matthew Bowler
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A group of San Diego and Baja California high schoolers gathered at the University of San Diego to address some of the world's toughest problems.

High Surf Expected Along San Diego County Coastline Through Tuesday

Jan. 18
By City News Service
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Surf of between 6 and 10 feet will hammer the coast Monday, with sets of 15 feet expected in some spots. Surf of 5 to 8 feet is expected Tuesday, with sets of 10 feet expected in some spots.

State Accountability Scarce Four Years After San Onofre Leak

Jan. 19
By Amita Sharma
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This month marks the fourth anniversary since the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station leaked radiation, leading to the plant's premature shutdown. So far, Southern California Edison has mostly escaped accountability for that incident despite revelations that the company knew the equipment was flawed before it was installed.

All Peoples Celebration Honors Martin Luther King Jr.

Jan. 18
Midday Edition
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More than 1,000 people attended the 28th All Peoples Celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Balboa Park Activity Center Monday morning.

San Diego's MTS Compass Card Stuck In The Past

Jan. 14
Midday Edition
By Andrew Bowen
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San Diego’s Metropolitan Transit System has made progress in recent years in improving safety and accessibility. But one area where MTS is behind: fare collection for “choice riders.”

Rotating Cylinders — New Option For Shooing Away La Jolla's Sea Lions

Jan. 12
By Claire Trageser
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A group of La Jolla residents and business owners want to set up rotating plastic cylinders that will roll sea lions off the rocks as they try to jump out of the water.

San Diego Classes Revive Dying Art Of Tall Ship Sailing

Jan. 12
By Katie Schoolov
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Now that the Maritime Museum's newest ship, the San Salvador, has been christened, San Diego boasts a fleet of four tall ships from four different centuries. Starting Wednesday, you can learn to sail them.

Military Seeing Cutbacks In Housing Allowance

Jan. 11
By Steve Walsh
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Members of the military are getting a slight bump in their basic housing allowance this year, but it won't cover the overall cost.

Crews Work To Repair Del Mar Bluff Collapse That Closed Busy Road

Jan. 8
By Erik Anderson
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A busy coastal road is closed as crews work to repair damage caused by this week's storms.

How Will San Diego Reach Its 100% Renewable Energy Goal?

Jan. 8
By Claire Trageser
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How the city of San Diego will reach its 100 percent renewable energy goal remains an open question that could generate political battles over who controls the city’s energy in the years ahead.

El Niño Storms Give Glimpse Of Future Sea-Level Rise

Jan. 6
By Alison St John
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Sensors buried in the beach can tell researchers how the sand and ocean behave in El Niño storms and give them insight into what might happen to coastal communities when sea levels rise.

Border Biometrics Take Deeper Look At Otay Mesa Crossers

Jan. 6
By David Wagner
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San Diego border agents are now testing new biometric scanners on people walking across the border. Civil liberties advocates say they're also testing the limits of privacy.

Nonprofit Seeks Public Art 'Gathering Spaces' Along Chollas Creek

Dec. 30
By Claire Trageser
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The Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation in southeastern San Diego is creating a new walkway for residents that will feature public art.

Kensington Video Reopens — With Winnie And Juice

Dec. 29
By Angela Carone
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After a brief closure, the popular Kensington Video gives the video rental business another try.