San Diego area shoreline closed again after being blasted for weeks by Tijuana sewage
Imperial Beach prepares for the King Tide along the San Diego coastline. - Alejandro Tamayo/The San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS

San Diegans will undoubtedly head to the ocean this weekend as temperatures warm — but not in Imperial Beach. Sewage spilling over from Tijuana forced officials on Friday to completely close the city's shoreline yet again. The move comes less than a week after Baja officials said repairs were completed to a broken water pump in the Tijuana River, which had allowed tens of millions of gallons of sewage-tainted water to escape capture starting in late March. Reports of the putrid smell have been flooding in from residents across the South Bay for weeks. Even Coronado beaches were closed over Eas...