San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station

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‘Several weeks’ before San Onofre resumes spent-fuel transfer

Samantha Taylor
The NRC has given Southern California Edison the green light to resume dry storage operations at San Onofre nuclear plant in the next few weeks.
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Edison: ‘We could have done a better job’ handling canister incident

Jordan Ingram
Nearly eight months after a canister incident delayed storage operations at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, the message from Southern California Edison’s management team was
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Rep. Mike Levin launches San Onofre task force

Samantha Taylor
Rep. Mike Levin (D-San Juan Capistrano) has launched a task force comprised of local “stakeholders and experts” to address “safety challenges” at the decommissioning San
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Oceanside recognizes San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians

Samantha Taylor
OCEANSIDE — In honor of National Native American Heritage Month, City Council once again acknowledged the San Luis Rey Band of Mission Indians at its
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Vista forum discusses public health risks of San Onofre nuclear storage facility  

Steve Horn
On Nov. 8 at the Vista Public Library, Public Watchdogs and North County Climate Change Alliance played host to a forum about public health concerns
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Nuclear waste takes stage at Belly Up event

Lexy Brodt
The Belly Up was alive with singing, cursing and crusading at a three-hour Oct. 8 rally meant to raise awareness about safe nuclear storage at