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Train Service Halted As Workers Shore Up California Cliffs

Sept. 16
By Associated Press

Train service has been halted for the next two weeks as crews shore up unstable ground along cliffside railroad tracks in coastal Southern California. The planned closure between the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo station in southern Orange County and the Oceanside stop in northern San Diego County is expected to last until Oct. 3.

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Apparent Structural Damage Forces Closure Of Imperial Beach Pier

Sept. 14
By City News Service, Melissa Mae

The Port of San Diego was informed by the city of Imperial Beach at about 6:30 p.m. Monday that a piling from the pier could be seen floating in the water.

People and their pets walk along the sand at Do...

Rip Currents Also Arrive As Labor Day Comes To The Beach

Sept. 6
By Steve Walsh

The National Weather Service warns of dangerous surf and rip currents along San Diego beaches through the end of Labor Day.

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Now Through December Are Shark Months Along La Jolla Shores

Aug. 17
By Melissa Mae

Hundreds of pregnant leopard sharks swim in the warm, shallow waters of the La Jolla Shores.

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White House Climate Advisor Touts National Change Of Direction

Aug. 17
By Erik Anderson

Gina McCarthy says the Biden administration is making major changes in the way it addresses climate change, but protesters say that is not enough.

Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg, ...

Roundtable: Confronting The Climate Emergency

Aug. 13
By Bennett Lacy

We devote this week's episode to the new IPCC report on global climate change and examine the political and business challenges of addressing climate change and its causes here in San Diego.

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Oceanside Moves Ahead On Sand Capture Plan

Aug. 11
By Erik Anderson

Oceanside city officials will continue to explore a plan to bring more sand to the city's shrinking beaches. But it is not clear if the project will ever get approved.

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Air Quality Regulations Could Bring Major Changes To Sport Fishing Industry

Aug. 9
By Tania Thorne

An effort to improve California's air quality could have unintended consequences for sport fishing. Boat owners say the proposal could cost them their businesses.

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EPA Considers Projects To Fix Cross-Border Pollution Flows

Aug. 6
By Erik Anderson

The Environmental Protection Agency has narrowed the list of potential solutions to the ease the impact of sewage flows that enter the U.S. from Mexico. The most expensive could cost $566 million.

San Diego recently added signs to encourage peo...

San Diego Moves To Protect Sea Lions At La Jolla Point

Aug. 4
By Erik Anderson

San Diego want emergency authorization to close public access to a sea lion rookery at La Jolla point. The move comes after many close encounters between the marine mammals and the public.