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Roundtable: San Diego Vaccine Exemptions

March 22
By Aly Sadik

Medical records show one doctor is responsible for a third of vaccination exemptions in the San Diego Unified School District, Tijuana residents are stealing razor wire from the southern border fence for protection and imagine living by the beach without the million dollar housing commitment.

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Ocean Beach Pier Still Closed Weeks After High Surf Damage, Unclear When It Will Reopen

March 5
By Matt Hoffman

In mid-January, the Ocean Beach Pier closed after getting hit hard by high surf and weeks later it's still unclear when it will reopen.

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Surf Forecasting Is Part Of Walter Munk's Legacy

Feb. 25
By Erik Anderson

Oceanographer Walter Munk has had a huge impact on his chosen science, and his work helps locals enjoy the San Diego surf.

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Famed Ocean Researcher Walter Munk Dies At 101

Feb. 11
By KPBS News

Walter Munk, the famed geophysicist who turned a lifetime of questions into a spectacular career at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, died Friday.

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California Backs Imperial Beach Climate Change Lawsuit

Feb. 1
By Erik Anderson

California is asking to keep an Imperial Beach climate change lawsuit against the oil industry in state court.

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San Diego Mayor Plans To Talk About Cross-Border Sewage During Mexico Trip

Jan. 31
By Erik Anderson

Mayor Kevin Faulconer plans to discuss cross-border sewage when he travels to Mexico in March.

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Scripps Institution Scientists Study Imperial Beach As Sea Level Rises

Jan. 29
By Erik Anderson

San Diego scientists are spending more time in Imperial Beach these days, because the coastal community could be a canary for sea level rise.

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San Diego Joins Legal Fight Against Cross-Border Pollution

Jan. 29
By Erik Anderson

San Diego has decided to join the legal effort to stop cross-border sewage flows. The city is joining the state's lawsuit against the federal government.

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Mayor Faulconer Urges San Diego To Join Suit Over Cross-Border Sewage

Jan. 28
By Erik Anderson

The city of San Diego is poised to join the legal battle to stop the flow of pollution in waterways at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Roundtable: Ecological Crisis At Border

Jan. 25
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

With every rainstorm, more sewage and plastic trash flows into the U.S. from Mexico fouling beaches and wetlands. A church wants to build a high-rise in Banker's Hill. Neighbors say it's too high. And the NRC is looking into whether Edison can continue to move around nuclear waste at San Onofre.