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Contaminated Beaches Closed For The Tijuana Slough Shoreline

Nov. 28
By City News Service

All beaches from the international border to the south end of Seacoast Drive were closed Saturday because of sewage flowing from the Tijuana River entering the U.S.

The La Jolla coast is pictured on a cloudy morn...

Coastal Commission's New Strategic Plan To Focus On Sea Level Rise

Nov. 6
By Erik Anderson

The California Coastal Commission adopts a new strategic plan for the next five years.

In this Nov. 16, 2018, file photo, fresh Dungen...

California Dungeness Crab Season Delayed To Protect Whales

Nov. 5
By Associated Press

California wildlife regulators have postponed the start of the commercial Dungeness crab season to protect whales and sea turtles from becoming entangled in fishing gear. The Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Wednesday that it's pushing back the Nov. 15 start of the season to Dec. 1.

Uber and Lyft drivers protest at the San Diego ...

Roundtable: California's Most Expensive Ballot Measure

Oct. 23
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

Major money fuels California's Prop 22, how San Diego's Measure E could impact the city's climate plan, and the partisan battle for control of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.

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Researchers: COVID-19 In Sewage Helps More Than It Hurts

Oct. 15
By Erik Anderson

COVID-19 is shed by the body and can be tracked in sewage, but it is not clear whether there is a serious risk to public health.

Gov. Gavin Newsom tours the Chevron oil field w...

Newsom Calls For Protecting 30% Of State Land

Oct. 7
Brian Melley / Associated Press

Gov. Gavin Newsom has called for protecting nearly a third of California's land and coastal waters as his latest effort to combat climate change.

Tide pools north of Scripps Pier are protected ...

Too Much Love Harming San Diego Tide Pools

Sept. 7
By Erik Anderson

Environmentalists worry that local tide pools might be attracting too many visitors and that is putting the habitats at risk.

Federal, state, and local officials welcome EPA...

Two Projects Promise Cross-Border Sewage Relief For South Bay Region

Sept. 3
By Erik Anderson

The Environmental Protection Agency is spending money to help stem the flow of sewage tainted water coming into the United States from Tijuana.

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Families Of Those Who Died In Encinitas Bluff Collapse Sue Governments

Aug. 26
By Erik Anderson

A tragic Encinitas bluff collapse that killed three women last summer spawns a lawsuit and legislation.

Scripps Pier, where the ocean temperature has b...

Ocean Water Has Record Temperature Off San Diego Coast

Aug. 26
By Erik Anderson

Ocean temperature off San Diego's Scripps Pier is the highest it's been in more than 100 years of testing.