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Oceanside Lifeguards Close Part Of Shoreline For Several Hours After Hammerhead Shark Sighting

Aug. 14
By City News Service

Due to a sighting of a hammerhead shark Tuesday, Oceanside lifeguards temporarily closed the city's ocean shoreline from Wisconsin Avenue to Harbor Beach. Authorities have since re-opened that section of shoreline.

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Feds Seek Dismissal Of San Diego Cross-Border Sewage Lawsuit

Aug. 13
By Erik Anderson

Federal judge hears Department of Justice request to dismiss renegade lawsuit aimed at stopping transborder sewage spills.

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Scripps Oceanography Reports Another Record-High Sea Surface Temperature

Aug. 9
By City News Service

Extreme heat Thursday and high surf in San Diego could cause potentially dangerous conditions at the beach this weekend.

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It's Official — San Diego's Ocean Waters Break Record

Aug. 2
By Erik Anderson

A warm spell in Southern California has resulted in a new ocean temperature record at Scripps Pier.

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Unusually Warm Ocean Waters Luring Big Sportfish To San Diego's Coast

July 31
By Matt Hoffman

Higher than average temperatures this summer are warming the ocean which is leading to big catches off of San Diego's coast.

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Surfrider Foundation To File Lawsuit Over Sewage Spills

July 17
By City News Service

The Surfrider Foundation announced Tuesday that it is filing a lawsuit against the federal agency in charge of water and sanitation issues at the U.S.-Mexico border for its inability to stop Tijuana River sewage flows from polluting local beaches.

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More Than 1,493 Pounds Of Trash Collected At Local Beaches Post-Fourth Of July

July 5
By City News Service

More than 1,493 pounds of trash and recycling were collected Thursday during the Surfrider Foundation San Diego's annual post-Fourth of July beach cleanups, the nonprofit organization announced.

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Surfrider, Other Groups Leading Post-Fourth Of July Beach Cleanups

July 5
By City News Service

Surfrider Foundation San Diego, I Love a Clean San Diego and San Diego Coastkeeper will lead annual post-Fourth of July cleanups at four beaches.

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San Diego's Biggest Infrastructure Need Isn't Streets — It's Storm Drains

June 28
By Andrew Bowen

The shortfall in funding for stormwater infrastructure in San Diego is worse than it is for streets, bridges, sidewalks or fire stations. The existing network of underground pipes is failing — and the city has nowhere near enough money to fix it.

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Trash Collections Show Plastics Now Dominate Ocean Litter

June 27
By Erik Anderson

Much of the trash finding its way into the world's oceans is plastic.