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Five Years Later, Family Still Demanding Justice In Taser Death At The Border

May 28
By Jean Guerrero
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Five years after Anastasio Hernandez Rojas died in an incident with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers, a grand jury investigation is still pending.

What Court Ruling On Obama's Immigration Action Means In San Diego

May 27
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Hopes that new immigration actions announced by President Obama would take effect this month were ended by a federal appeals court on Tuesday.

Tijuana Plans Protection For Rare River Habitat

May 25
By Jean Guerrero
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Arroyo Alamar is one of Tijuana's last surviving river habitats. It once ran for six miles through the city, but now it is less than half that size. Much of it has been filled with concrete to prevent flooding, but environmentalists want to save what is left of the river.

Sinaloa Cartel Enforcer Pleads Guilty In San Diego

May 20
By Associated Press
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Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa, known as "Chino Antrax," acknowledged that he helped bring tons of cocaine and marijuana to the country from Mexico and ordered and participated in violence against cartel rivals.

Forensic Experts Lead Families To Remains of Missing Migrants

May 20
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Brooks County, Texas has seen at least 365 migrant deaths since 2011. Forensic anthropologists are working to identify these migrants and repatriate their remains.

ACLU Sues Escondido For Rejecting Migrant Youth Shelter

May 19
By Jean Guerrero
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The American Civil Liberties Union says Escondido violated state and federal laws by refusing to allow a migrant youth shelter in its city.

Training Tijuana Cops To Avoid HIV Infections From Needle-Sticks

May 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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Tijuana police practices put officers at high risk for needle-stick injuries that can lead to HIV infections. UC San Diego is coordinating the special training to make it safer for officers as they encounter IV drug users.

Mexican Students Fight Graffiti In Crime-Plagued Community

May 18
By Jean Guerrero
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Students beautified a graffiti-covered wall in Tecolote, a town on the outskirts of Tijuana that has been plagued by violence and other crime.

San Diego Lawmaker Crusades Against 'Blood Tomatoes'

May 15
By Jean Guerrero
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A bill by Rep. Juan Vargas is aimed at curbing abuse at Mexican farms.

Better Working Conditions Promised To Striking Baja California Farmworkers

May 14
By Jean Guerrero
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Two months into a strike by Baja California farmworkers, the Mexican government has promised significant improvements in their working conditions, and gave preliminary approval of a wage increase.

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