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  • Environmental group faults design changes in San Onofre shutdown

     
    An environmental watchdog group is alleging that unusual wear in the San Onofre nuclear power plant's steam generator tubes stems from design changes that were made in order to fit more tubes into each steam generator. The group's second report......
  • San Onofre to remain closed indefinitely, NRC chief says

     
    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko, who toured the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant Friday, assured reporters that the plant would not restart until officials understand the root cause of the cause of systems failures that forced...
  • No. 15 UCF vs. FAU game preview

     
    UCF baseball coach Terry Rooney says this is the time of year where every single contest matters. Wins help your postseason résumé, while too many losses can quickly make you irrelevant. So when the No. 15 ranked Knights (30-8, 9-3 in Conference USA) host...
  • San Onofre nuclear plant closure not permanent, Edison says

     
    The extended closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant due to equipment issues has led some to speculate -- or hope -- that the plant will be shuttered for good, but the chief nuclear officer for plant operator Southern California......
  • Edison, consultant spar over blame for San Onofre shutdown

     
    A document released Monday by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission shows that Southern California Edison informed the federal agency of a number of planned design changes before it replaced the plant's four steam generators. A consultant who has alleged...
  • NRC to hold public meetings on troubled San Onofre nuclear plant

     
    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced the first of a series of public meetings on the issues that have shuttered the San Onofre nuclear plant for more than four months. The federal agency sent in a special inspection team in......
  • U.N. nuclear agency finds more highly enriched uranium in Iran

     
    The U.N. atomic watchdog agency has found evidence at an underground bunker in Iran that may mean scientists have moved closer to enriching uranium to the level needed to produce nuclear weapons. Iran claims the more highly enriched uranium was the result...
  • No progress at talks with Iran on nuclear inspections, IAEA says

     
    An agreement to allow international inspection of Iran's nuclear facilities failed to materialize during "disappointing" talks Friday between Iranian officials and the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency reported from...
  • Japan to restart nuclear reactors despite widespread fear

     
    In a nation deeply scarred by nuclear disaster in both its military and civilian iterations, Japanese are deeply skeptical and resistant to government plans to take the first steps toward resuming nuclear energy production this weekend....
  • Assembly Judiciary chairman warned over gift violation

     
    Assemblyman Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles), chairman of the Assembly Judiciary Committee, violated the state's gift rules when he accepted an expensive dinner and award from the group Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, according to California's ethics...
  • San Onofre investigation is postponed

     
    As costs of the San Onofre nuclear plant outage continue to mount, the California Public Utilities Commission postponed a decision to open an investigation into the plant’s troubles and the potential impact on ratepayers. The commission had been...