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  • San Onofre reactor unit could safely be fired up at full power, Edison says

     
    Southern California Edison submitted an analysis to federal regulators showing that one of the two reactor units at the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant could operate safely at full power for almost a year. The plant has been shuttered since......
  • San Onofre design issues probed by regulatory commission

     
    The head of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Friday that the agency's office of investigations is probing the "completeness and accuracy" of information Southern California Edison has given the agency about equipment at its troubled San...
  • Baseball: Second guessing City Section seeding committee

     
    There have been some nightmare experiences through the years involving City Section seeding committees, especially when coaches were involved. Since going to a committee of noncoaches, the seedings have been mostly acceptable, but this latest seeding...
  • L.A. Now Live: San Onofre nuclear plant's flawed steam generators

     
    A report released Friday by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission provides the most detailed picture to date of how a flawed system of new steam generators at the San Onofre nuclear power plant was designed. Time staff writer Abby Sewell will......
  • Officials rejected some changes to crippled San Onofre generators

     
    A report on the root causes of problems at the San Onofre nuclear plant shows that officials considered making design changes to the plant’s new steam generators before they were installed but rejected some fixes in part because they would require...
  • State Sen. Wright fined for not reporting gift of foreign travel

     
    Sen. Roderick Wright agrees to pay fine for not reporting $13,000 travel gift...
  • California ethics panel fines state senator, foes of Proposition 8

     
    The state's ethics watchdog agency gave final approval to fines against 15 public officials and campaigns for violations of state rules, including levies against three political committees that fought Proposition 8, the 2008 ballot measure banning gay...
  • Patriot League basketball RPI, news, notes

     
    News and notes from around the Patriot League: Lehigh's C.J. McCollum is averaging 25.7 points per game this season, good enough for third in the nation entering this week's play. Bucknell's Mike Muscala is 10th in the nation in rebounding......
  • Carson poised to declare contamination 'emergency'

    Carson poised to declare contamination 'emergency'
    The Carson City Council is poised to vote Monday on declaring a "local emergency" as part of an effort to speed the cleanup of a residential neighborhood that sits atop an old oil tank farm. The resolution cites the presence of "explosive methane gas,...
  • Will San Onofre shutdown affect rates?

    Laguna Beach residents will probably have to wait several months to find out whether their electricity rates will change as a result of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station's closure. Southern California Edison has already raised rates and San Diego...
  • Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says

    Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says
    SACRAMENTO — Preparing for months of battle over who should pay the estimated $4.1-billion cost of permanently shutting down the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which closed in June, Southern California Edison has launched a public relations...