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Cooler, breezier weather on Saturday, May 30, 2...

Breezy, Cool Weather Felt Across San Diego County Saturday

May 30
By City News Service

Breezy and cooler weather expected through Saturday, with warming trends beginning Sunday.

Fog hangs over downtown San Diego as cooler wea...

Cooler Temperatures Are Expected Across San Diego County

May 29
By City News Service

Temperatures will begin cooling Friday night throughout San Diego County and highs in the deserts are expected to dip below triple digits on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.

People sunbathing and lounging on the beach at ...

County To Reopen Beaches For 'Passive Use' On Tuesday As Cases Cross 7,000

May 28
By City News Service

San Diego County's beaches can reopen Tuesday for passive uses like sitting in a beach chair and sunbathing, it was announced Thursday, continuing the county's gradual reopening.

Paloma Aguirre walks toward the surf at Imperia...

Big Oil Will Answer Some Uncomfortable Questions In California Court

May 28
By Erik Anderson

Imperial Beach's attempt to make Big Oil pay for damage from climate change will be heard in state court.

A sign warning beachgoers of the danger of bluf...

Lawmaker Urges New Sea Bluff Reinforcement Regulations

May 26
By City News Service

The legislation presented by Sen. Patricia Bates, R-Laguna Niguel, to the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee in Sacramento would obligate public agencies and private owners of seafront property in San Diego and Orange Counties to mitigate coastal erosion.

Gasoline prices are displayed at a Chevron stat...

Big Oil Loses Appeal, Climate Suits Go To California Courts

May 26
By Associated Press

The lawsuits claim the companies created a public nuisance and should pay for sea walls and other infrastructure to protect against the effects of climate change — construction that could cost tens of billions of dollars.

A sign on SDG&E's headquarters appears in this ...

Power Outages Hit Large Swaths Of San Diego

May 26
By City News Service

A midday power outage left thousands of homes and businesses in coastal San Diego without electrical service for more than an hour Tuesday.

Sun shines above La Jolla Shores, May 6, 2020.

Scorching Temperatures Expected In San Diego County Deserts This Week

May 26
By City News Service

Temperatures will soar well into the triple digits in the San Diego County deserts Tuesday and the blazing conditions are not expected to let up until this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

Customers line up outside of Hodad's in Ocean B...

Memorial Day Weekend Serves As A Trial Run For Restaurant Reopenings

May 25
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Many restaurants and outdoor areas opened over the Memorial Day holiday weekend. While residents are excited to enjoy the outdoors, business owners acknowledge it will take awhile for people to get used to the new normal.

Borrego Springs Solar Plant generating power in...

Solar Industry Fighting To Help Lead Economic Recovery

May 25
By Erik Anderson

The COVID-19 pandemic has extinguished a lot of the economy, but solar industry officials say they could lead the recovery.

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