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King Tides Apply Pressure To San Diego Coastline

King Tides Apply Pressure To San Diego Coastline

Dec. 4
By Erik Anderson

San Diego got a peek at the future Monday of rising ocean levels thanks to the yearly phenomenon known as King tides.

Surfer Fights To Protect South Bay From Cross-Border Pollution

Surfer Fights To Protect South Bay From Cross-Border Pollution

Nov. 30
By Jean Guerrero

For Paloma Aguirre, water quality problems and other environmental issues tied to Mexico are personal and affect her day-to-day life in Imperial Beach.

Increased Homeless Population Along San Diego River Hampers Water Q...

Increased Homeless Population Along San Diego River Hampers Water Quality

Nov. 28
By Erik Anderson

The San Diego River is more crowded since the city began moving homeless people off of downtown streets. The extra people are putting additional pressure on an already stressed ecosystem.

Roundtable: Tax Bill, Jail Deaths, Sea Level Rise, City Heights Rea...

Roundtable: Tax Bill, Jail Deaths, Sea Level Rise, City Heights Real Estate

Nov. 24
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

The negative impact of tax reform would be felt heavily in California. Eyebrows are raised as investigations into the deaths of 22 people while in law enforcement custody in San Diego County are dropped. As the ocean encroaches, Del Mar residents aren't ready to retreat. And, has gentrification come to City Heights?

Del Mar Beachfront Facing Challenges Of 'Managed Retreat'

Del Mar Beachfront Facing Challenges Of 'Managed Retreat'

Nov. 20
By Alison St John

The city of Del Mar plans to issue a new draft report this week on how to adapt to sea level rise. The report has been changed to remove a strategy that homeowners fear could affect their property values.

Mission Bay Facelift Decision Postponed

Mission Bay Facelift Decision Postponed

Nov. 7
By Erik Anderson

The push to reshape the northeast corner of Mission Bay will have to wait a bit longer.

Another Unreported Cross-Border Sewage Spill Fouls Imperial Beach

Another Unreported Cross-Border Sewage Spill Fouls Imperial Beach

Nov. 1
By Erik Anderson

A cross-border sewage spill fouled ocean waters off the southern San Diego County coast last week and local officials say there was no word of warning from Mexican officials.

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

Scripps Institution Oceanography researcher Walter Munk, who turns 100 on Thursday, remembers his long career with a discussion at his La Jolla home.

Famed Oceanographer To Have Part Of La Jolla Shores Boardwalk Named...

Famed Oceanographer To Have Part Of La Jolla Shores Boardwalk Named In His Honor

Oct. 17
By City News Service

A section of the La Jolla Shores boardwalk, where famed oceanographer Walter Munk performed experiments as far back as the 1940s, will be named in his honor Wednesday.

South Bay Cities, Port Sue Feds Over Cross-Border Sewage Spills

South Bay Cities, Port Sue Feds Over Cross-Border Sewage Spills

Sept. 28
By Erik Anderson

Imperial Beach, Chula Vista and the Port of San Diego are suing the federal government over cross-border sewage spills in the Tijuana River Valley.