SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CBS 8) - It's one of the busiest days at the coast. With the Fourth of July only days away, there's a reminder to help prevent pollution at local beaches.
Supporters of the beach booze ban give that some credit for cleaner beaches.
Since 2007, the San Diego Clean Beach Coalition has placed 200 extra trash receptacles around beaches to help cut down on littering.
"Our message is very simple. Come down, bring your family, have a great time, be safe, and remember to recycle and throw your trash in the trash cans," San Diego City Councilman Kevin Faulconer said.
The Clean Beach Coalition is made up of government agencies and community and environmental groups.
The remains of a U.S. Navy pilot killed when his plane was shot down during the Vietnam War have been brought to San Diego for burial.
If you think it's hard to sleep during warm nights now, it'll get worse in the future as the effects of climate change take hold, according to a study released Friday by UC San Diego.
Cool and cloudy conditions start off Friday morning, but the sun will break through in the afternoon. Strong winds in San Diego County's deserts are also expected to ease up Friday morning.
The fight continues over how to dispose of the nuclear waste from the now shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant.
The city of Chula Vista is honoring the lives of fallen members of the military and is dedicating seven new streets named for those killed in Afghanistan and Iraq.
San Diego's crime rate in the first four months of this year was the lowest since at least 1990, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said Friday.
A 14-year-old Steele Canyon High School student was arrested for allegedly sending a threatening message to another student at the Spring Valley-area campus via Snapchat.
Emergency crews executed a water rescue early Friday morning, after a car landed upside down in a San Ysidro pond.