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Maps project sea level's rise from unchecked use of fossil fuels

A group of scientists studying climate change this week released a series of maps illustrating projections of the effects of sea levels rising for coastal communities around the globe, including San Diego. The maps offer ...

Low: Bicycle stolen from dog in Mission Beach

Two days later, news reporter spots thief and arrest is made

Mike Minnick and his rescue dog Bixby have been on the road for three years. Minnick, a former bartender, said, "I wanted to change my life, so I packed up the truck and just left." ...

Moored boats deemed "derelict" by landlubber

Letter writer takes KUSI reporter Ed Lenderman to nautical school

A slanted bit of journalism by Ed Lenderman was aired on KUSI the second week of September, concerning supposedly derelict boats in San Diego Bay. The report opens dramatically, recalling the costly cleanup of the ...

Heavy ship, matey

San Salvador replica inches toward the brine

For the past couple of days there has been a flurry of activity at the Spanish Landing build site of the San Salvador replica. It’s ready to be floated, but getting it into the water ...

Welcome aboard, citizen

Swearing-in ceremony on U.S.S. Midway

Boniface Anoje was a proud dad when his son, Navy serviceman Nick Anoje, received his American citizenship on July 1. In the special citizenship ceremony, planned to coincide with Independence Day celebrations, the former Nigerian ...

Palms win, hands down

La Jolla Village Garden Club's bid to plant downtown jacarandas gets the ax

Dorothy Carroll of the La Jolla Village Garden Club was ready to offer dozens of jacaranda trees on behalf of the club to decorate the new Lane Field development along the Embarcadero. But she got ...

Port District parking cost to rise

PR spin touts "modern, user-friendly interface to visitors" — Yay!

The price to park is set to spike across San Diego's bay front, following approval last week by the Port of San Diego of the purchase and installation of 520 solar-powered "smart meters" and a ...

Boom purveyors' pollution in light of day

Though it's not obvious, local waters get fireworked over, reports indicate

San Diego has had 111 fireworks events since 2011, when the state water-quality control board began requiring permits — not including SeaWorld's maximum of 150 a year, which are counted under a different permit. Most ...

Car-less in Mission Bay

The case for a waterfront bike-cation (take the Green Line trolley).

A former wetland dredged in the 1940s to create a water playground surrounded by public parks, San Diego’s Mission Bay is nirvana for those who like easy, scenic bicycling. Paved trails that line much of ...

The green people are back

"Our transit campaign envisions a transit-first, walkable and bikeable future."

Climate change activists were vocal again Wednesday morning (April 8), this time gathering in front of the County Administration Center to promote their goals for a new county climate plan days after asking mayor Kevin ...

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