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Report: High Tide Flooding Will Increase Along San Diego Coast

July 12
By Erik Anderson

San Diego is seeing an increase in the number of days that high tide flooding affects the coastal region.

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Volunteers Clean Beaches After July Fourth Parties

July 5
By John Carroll

Hundreds of volunteers take to San Diego County beaches every July 5th to clean up trash from Fourth of July revelers.

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Mixed Reactions For New Dockless Scooter Regulations In San Diego

July 2
By Melaina Spitzer

This week new regulations go into effect for dockless scooters in San Diego.

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12 San Diego Beaches On Heal The Bay's Honor Roll

June 26
By Melaina Spitzer

The environmental group Heal the Bay published its annual report card with a mixed review for San Diego’s beaches.

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Scripps Study: Microplastics Found In Deep Ocean, Affecting Food Chain

June 6
By Shalina Chatlani

A new study from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography shows that microplastics are at highest concentrations hundreds of meters below the ocean surface.

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Fixes Could Finally Be Coming For Mexico’s Cross-Border Sewage Spills

June 5
By Erik Anderson

Sewage tainted water repeatedly crosses the U.S.-Mexico border and fouls south San Diego County ocean waters, but local officials have a reason for optimism.

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Imperial Beach Closes After Mexico Sewage Flows North

May 28
By Associated Press

The entire shoreline of a Southern California city is closed to swimmers after sewage-contaminated runoff flowed into California from Mexico's Tijuana River.

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Ocean Beach Pier Reopens After Being Closed For Months

May 24
By Matt Hoffman

The Ocean Beach Pier was closed for more than four months after being battered by high surf. On Friday it officially reopened.

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Dogs Vs. Boats: The Future Of Fiesta Island

May 22
By John Carroll

Users of a dog park and people who enjoy paddle boats are paying close attention to a city decision on Fiesta Island.

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City Councilwoman Jen Campbell Has Politics In Her Blood

May 6
By Andrew Bowen

City Councilwoman Jen Campbell has a family history of political engagement. Her election last November tipped the partisan balance on the council, giving Democrats a veto-proof majority.