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Increasing Number Of Leopard Sharks Off La Jolla Attracts Snorkeler...

Increasing Number Of Leopard Sharks Off La Jolla Attracts Snorkelers, Scientists

Aug. 18
By Katie Schoolov

Changing ocean temperatures have brought more leopard sharks to La Jolla Shores this summer than the previous two years, and the public can join Birch Aquarium for guided shark snorkels through September.

New Ronald McDonald House Offers Relief For More Families With A Si...

New Ronald McDonald House Offers Relief For More Families With A Sick Child

Aug. 18
By Kenny Goldberg

Due to increased demand, a second Ronald McDonald House has opened near Rady Children's Hospital.

San Diego Eclipse Chasers Travel North For The Total Experience

San Diego Eclipse Chasers Travel North For The Total Experience

Aug. 18
By David Wagner

Oregon is expecting around 1 million travelers to flood into the state next week, hoping for a glimpse of Monday's total solar eclipse. And some San Diego eclipse chasers will be among those traveling to remote areas within the path of totality.

Imperial Valley Kids Get A Much-Needed Ride To The Beach

Imperial Valley Kids Get A Much-Needed Ride To The Beach

Aug. 16
By Ebone Monet

San Diego County has 70 miles of coastline. But for kids living in the inner city or in low-income communities, access to the region's beaches can be out of reach.

Research Marine Mammal's Move To Tourist Park Causes Stir

Research Marine Mammal's Move To Tourist Park Causes Stir

Aug. 8
By Associated Press

Compared with other marine mammals, 40-year-old Kina has lived a particularly winding and high-profile life.

Straw Bale Homes In San Diego Are Not Just For Three Little Pigs

Straw Bale Homes In San Diego Are Not Just For Three Little Pigs

Aug. 8
By Claire Trageser

Builders in San Diego County are turning to straw bales as natural and energy efficient insulation. So far there are 60 permitted straw bale buildings in the county and one in the city of San Diego.

VA Study Shows Yoga Can Lower Dependence On Pain Meds

VA Study Shows Yoga Can Lower Dependence On Pain Meds

Aug. 8
By Steve Walsh

The yoga study is part of an effort by the VA to look at ways to wean veterans from pain medication.

Cost Of Covered California In 2018 Will Depend On Insurance Plan

Cost Of Covered California In 2018 Will Depend On Insurance Plan

Aug. 7
By Kenny Goldberg

San Diegans who have a Covered California health plan will see the cost of their premium go up next year. They'll find out exactly how much in October.

More Immunizations — And Maybe More Online Schooling — Under New Va...

More Immunizations — And Maybe More Online Schooling — Under New Vaccine Rule

Aug. 7
By Megan Burks

The latest numbers show more students are getting immunized, but a small number may have found alternatives.

San Diego Researchers Race To Keep Rhinos From Going Extinct

San Diego Researchers Race To Keep Rhinos From Going Extinct

Aug. 7
By Erik Anderson

San Diego Zoo researchers are working to save a critically endangered rhino species that is teetering close to extinction. Scientists are using southern white rhinos as surrogates in a last-ditch effort to save northern whites.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Two Crooners And A Festival

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Two Crooners And A Festival

Aug. 4
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

This weekend brings prestigious chamber musicians, art-themed films and two very popular pop crooners.

Letter From MTS Board Member Could Be Key In Lawsuit Over Blocked D...

Letter From MTS Board Member Could Be Key In Lawsuit Over Blocked Doorway At Border Transit Center

Aug. 4
By Amita Sharma

The letter from MTS board member and San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez asked the agency's CEO to put a disputed contract out to bid, a position that is part of a lawsuit against MTS.

Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Could Be Boon For Oceanside Farmers

Commercial Cannabis Cultivation Could Be Boon For Oceanside Farmers

Aug. 2
By Alison St John

Oceanside is considering how to regulate the cultivation of cannabis. For San Diego County farmers struggling to stay in business with rising water bills and higher labor costs, there are potential profits from the newly legalized crop.

Navy Grappling With Ethical Issues Raised By Fat Leonard Case

Navy Grappling With Ethical Issues Raised By Fat Leonard Case

Aug. 1
By Steve Walsh

While the ongoing Fat Leonard legal cases grab headlines, the Navy has been working to change the ethical conduct of its officers.

New Interactive San Diego County Map Shows Disaster Risks

New Interactive San Diego County Map Shows Disaster Risks

July 31
By Katie Schoolov

The county unveiled a new interactive online "Know Your Hazards" map that pinpoints disaster risks at your location.