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Man accused of making terror threats at nuke plant denies charges

VISTA, Calif. – The man accused of driving a stolen van onto the grounds of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station Tuesday faced a judge Monday. 230 more words


San Onofre nuclear waste issues still unsettled for many environmentalists

Today’s article will present two press releases with somewhat different points of view on Southern California nuclear waste situation. Let ROSE know what you think. 2,175 more words


Settlement Reached To Move San Onofre Nuclear Waste

SAN CLEMENTE (CBSLA.com/AP) – Southern California Edison has agreed to make a good faith effort to relocate 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste away from the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, bringing an end to a nearly two-year legal battle between the utility provider and environmental groups. 490 more words


Agreement will move nuclear waste out of San Onofre

SAN DIEGO — Citizens’ Oversight announced Monday it has reached a deal with Southern California Edison that requires the utility to use its efforts to relocate the approximate 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste away from the San Onofre State Beach. 502 more words


Surfer Mom Recalls Fighting Off Great White Shark

SAN DIEGO (CBS News) — A surfer attacked by a shark earlier this year recalled punching the predator and digging her fingers into its eye as she was dragged below the waves off Southern California. 361 more words


Childhood Dreams at Old Man's Beach: San Onofre

I had a free morning so I drove to San Onofre State Beach. The internet told me they have beach camping there, the kind where you can pitch your tent right by the sand, but I couldn’t get anyone on the the phone to answer questions about availability, so I checked it out with my free day. 1,033 more words


California: 1st Nation tribes not included in San Onofre nuclear waste consultation (VIDEO)

From the Ecological Options Network

Why No Tribal Voices on San Onofre Waste?

Published on May 28, 2017

When SONGS Community Engagement Panel Secretary Dan Stetson asked about Native American involvement in the process of dealing with San Onofre’s 3 tons of nuclear waste, Edison’s Tom Palmisano assured the Panel that tribal governments had been consulted as part of normal procedure. 35 more words