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Researchers Study Flooding In Imperial Beach Due To Rising Sea Levels

Nov. 14
By Erik Anderson

San Diego scientists are launching a study of flooding in Imperial Beach as that community braces for rising sea levels.

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NRC Investigator Cites 'Inattentiveness' For Near Accident At San Onofre Power Plant

Nov. 9
By Alison St John

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission held its first public webinar Thursday, to take questions about a near miss accident at the San Onofre nuclear power plant.

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County Environmental Officials Close Water Access Near International Border

Oct. 15
By City News Service

The San Diego County Department of Environmental Health posted a beach closure notice Monday at the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge and Border Field State Park due to water contamination.

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Sewage Flows Onto Beach In Del Mar

Oct. 15
By City News Service

An overflowing sewage line in Del Mar prompted authorities to warn visitors to stay out of the water at a section of the city's shoreline Sunday.

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DNA Evidence Confirms Great White Shark Attacked Boy At Encinitas Beach

Oct. 10
By City News Service

DNA evidence obtained from the wetsuit of a 13-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a shark attack at Beacon's Beach in Encinitas last month confirmed the boy was attacked by a great white shark, the city announced Wednesday.

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In Tijuana, Plastic Bag Ban Goes Big

Sept. 19
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Pat Finn

Tijuana has become the first Mexican city on border to ban plastic bags. The ban was inspired by the success of California's ban, but it goes much farther.

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Tijuana's Plastic Bag Ban Expected To Help San Diego Beaches And River Valley

Sept. 13
By Jean Guerrero

Tijuana’s city council has approved a ban on plastic bags. It goes further than California’s ban, prohibiting the sale, delivery and gifting of biodegradable bags as well.

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Massive Boom Hopes To Corral Pacific Ocean's Plastic Trash

Sept. 11
By Associated Press

Engineers are deploying a trash collection device to corral plastic litter floating between California and Hawaii in an attempt to clean up the world's largest garbage patch in the heart of the Pacific Ocean.

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State Sues Feds To Stop Renegade Sewage Flows

Sept. 5
By Erik Anderson

The State of California has filed a lawsuit to hold the federal government responsible for the region's cross-border pollution woes.

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San Diego's Cross-Border Sewage Suit Will Move Forward

Aug. 30
By Erik Anderson

A federal judge has rejected part of the Justice Department's bid to have the cross-border sewage case dismissed.