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Wednesday, Apr 11, 2012

Teaching Kids to Recycle

Teaching Kids to Recycle

You may think that teaching your kids how to recycle is difficult, but it may be easier than you think. Turning disposable trash into reusable items is a great way to help the environment. iVoices Beth Engelman,

Wednesday, Apr 4, 2012

How to Stop Using Plastic Bags

How to Stop Using Plastic Bags

Can you do without plastic bags? Brandi Jeter, Sharon Rowley, Beth Engelman and Amanda Rodriguez, sit down with iVillage.com's Kelly Wallace for a friendly discussion about plastic bags and if there is a way to...

Wednesday, Apr 4, 2012

Whiz Kid Brews Biofuels

Whiz Kid Brews Biofuels

16-year-old researcher Sara Volz is working in an Air Force Academy lab to extract fuel from algae. Sara hopes her work will eventually lead to a sustainable means for producing bio fuels.

Wednesday, Apr 4, 2012

Home Canning Is Good For Our Environment

Home Canning Is Good For Our Environment

Canned foods are good for you and for the environment and it's making a comeback. The old-fashioned trend is one that could help save you money, eat healthier and make help reduce environmental waste.

Thursday, Nov 17, 2011

Recycling For Rewards

Recycling For Rewards

This mom paid for her 2-week long getaway to Italy simply by recycling! Learn how you can grab cash the green way.

Wednesday, Nov 16, 2011

The Green Build

The Green Build

This project will impact millions of people per year.

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011

Green Week: Recycling

Green Week: Recycling

Los Coches Middle School taught more than 800 kids about the importance of conserving the environment. Greg Bledsoe reports.

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011

Recycling Your Way to Italy

Recycling Your Way to Italy

A Sherman Oaks woman just returned from a trip to Italy, which she paid for with money she made recycling bottles and cans.

Tuesday, Nov 15, 2011

7 Ways to Go Green With Your Pet

7 Ways to Go Green With Your Pet

Monday, Nov 14, 2011

Green Week: Water Conservation

Green Week: Water Conservation

Some say the cost of water, and attempt to cut back on using it will be the number one issue Southern California faces throughout the next decade.

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Amber Alert Issued After Homicide, Child Abduction
Amber Alert Issued After Homicide, Child Abduction

Police all across California have been notified Tuesday morning of the abduction of a 9-year-old child after a report of a shooting death in Santa Barbara County. An Amber Alert was issued just after midnight...

DACA 'Dreamer' Case to Be Heard in San Diego Court
DACA 'Dreamer' Case to Be Heard in San Diego Court

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel will hear arguments Tuesday in the lawsuit Juan Manuel Montes filed in San Diego demanding to see government documents related to his case.

Remains of Some Missing US Sailors Found on Damaged Warship
Remains of Some Missing US Sailors Found on Damaged Warship

Navy divers searching a flooded compartment of the USS John S. McCain found remains of some of the 10 sailors missing in a collision between the warship and an oil tanker, the U.S.

Senate Bill Could Allow Cities to Extend Last Call
Senate Bill Could Allow Cities to Extend Last Call

One of the bill's authors is a state senator representing El Cajon.

Ex-Uber Driver Pleads Guilty to Rape, Sexual Assault
Ex-Uber Driver Pleads Guilty to Rape, Sexual Assault

John David Sanchez, 52, pleaded guilty to all 34 charges related to the rape and sexual assaults on Monday in court, the day his case was supposed to go to trial.

200-Acre Eclipse Fire in Campo Now 40% Contained
200-Acre Eclipse Fire in Campo Now 40% Contained

The fire, dubbed the Eclipse Fire because of the day it happened, broke out Monday around 2 p.m. near Royal Willie Road and La Posta Road.