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Surfrider Announces Plans To Sue Federal Agency Over Sewage Spills

May 15
By City News Service

The Surfrider Foundation environmental advocacy group announced Tuesday it also plans to sue a federal agency in response to years of sewage flow from the Tijuana River into U.S. waterways.

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Becerra, Water Quality Board File Intent To Sue Federal Agency Over Cross-Border Sewage Flow

May 14
By City News Service

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board Monday submitted a 60-day notice of intent to sue a federal agency regarding several years of sewage flow from the Tijuana River into U.S. waterways.

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Red Tide Causing Surf To Glow In Parts Of California

May 9
By Associated Press

A red tide is causing the surf to glow in parts of California.

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Scripps Professor To Discuss Ethics Of Deep Sea Mining

May 2
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

When it comes to unlocking the vast resources in the deep ocean, scientists are raising concerns about the ethics involved. Who owns those resources? And how can the proper extraction and use of fuel and mineral resources be regulated?

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EPA Grants Awarded To Monitor Border Waste

April 24
By City News Service

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tuesday awarded $326,776 in grants to groups that will manage and monitor waste, including sewage spills, along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Rep. Susan Davis Calls For Navy Assessment Of Cross-Border Sewage Spills

April 23
By City News Service

San Diego Congresswoman Susan Davis might ask the U.S. Navy to look at border sewage spills that have rankled a wide variety of government, environmental and recreational stakeholders for years.

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Mexico Pledges $4.3 Million Effort To Stop Tijuana Spills

March 27
By Associated Press

Mexico is pledging to spend $4.3 million to clean the Tijuana river channel after two California cities sued a U.S. agency over the decades-old problem of sewage fouling U.S. wetlands and beaches.

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Congressional Delegation Presents Unified Voice On Border Sewage Spills

March 26
By Erik Anderson

San Diego’s congressional delegation is speaking up about the region’s cross-border pollution problem.

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San Elijo Lagoon Project Helps Habitat And Benefits The Beach

March 12
By Alison St John

A $100 million project to restore the San Elijo Lagoon in Encinitas is underway, and the first phase benefits not only the health of the lagoon but also the beach.

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Roundtable: Sanctuary State Fight, School Sex Assault Investigation, Sewage Spill Lawsuit

March 9
By Bennett Lacy, Kris Vera-Phillips

The Trump Administration battles California over sanctuary state policies, the investigation into the handling of a sexual assault case at Lincoln High School and frustration over cross-border sewage spills leads to a multi-city lawsuit.