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California sea lions successfully recover

Federal biologists say strict environmental laws to protect marine mammals have worked so well that California sea lions have become the first marine mammal that lives along the entire West Coast to recover to its natural carrying capacity. Source: California sea lions successfully recover

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Photos & Video: Surf beefs up along Southern California coast, up to 10 feet in some areas – Orange County Register

While the waves were great for experienced surfers, they posed a danger for novices or people who could unknowingly find themselves in trouble because of the ocean’s force. Source: Photos & Video: Surf beefs up along Southern California coast, up to 10 feet in some areas – Orange County Register

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Twenty now dead in California mudslides, major highway closed

The death toll from Southern California mudslides that swallowed dozens of homes and forced the closure of a major highway along the picturesque Santa Barbara County coast rose to 20 on Sunday, with four other people still reported missing. Source: Twenty now dead in California mudslides, major highway closed

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New hotel tax could generate $1.4B even more for homeless, street repair spending – The San Diego Union-Tribune

The proposed $6.4 billion ballot measure to expand the San Diego Convention Center includes money for homelessness and street repairs. But a new analysis finds even more could benefit those two programs. Source: New hotel tax could generate $1.4B even more for homeless, street repair spending – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Local activist concerned about nails, concrete blocks washing into ocean at Laguna Beach construction site – Orange County Register

Construction on stairs leading to the beach in Laguna is supposed to improve access, but could the work materials be putting the ocean at risk? Source: Local activist concerned about nails, concrete blocks washing into ocean at Laguna Beach construction site – Orange County Register

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