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Mexico Expected To Hasten New Otay Border Crossing Construction

April 24
By Jean Guerrero
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The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce says the Mexican government has agreed to prioritize the San Diego-Baja California border region's first toll-funded border crossing.

Study: Diesel, Gas Exhaust Mostly To Blame For Calexico’s Polluted Air

April 23
Midday Edition
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The Imperial Valley's bad air has long been blamed on agricultural burns. But a new study shows idling cars at the Calexico border crossing are having a bigger impact on poor air quality.

Tijuana, San Diego Tourism Authorities Launch Regional Collaboration

April 17
By Jean Guerrero
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Authorities on both sides of the border have revived collaborative efforts to boost regional tourism after more than five years of inaction.

Appeals Court Hears Arguments On Obama Immigration Action

April 17
By Associated Press
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The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over whether President Obama can shield millions from deportation.

Former Government Official Admits To Soliciting Bribes, Stealing Federal Property

April 17
By City News Service
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A former government official who oversaw operations and maintenance at the Otay Mesa, San Ysidro, and Tecate ports of entry admitted in federal court Thursday to a nearly decade-long conspiracy to solicit bribes and steal federal property.

ICE Under Fire For Detaining Too Few Immigrants

April 17
By Joanne Faryon / inewsource
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Texas Rep. John Culberson, a Republican, says the federal government is required to hold 34,000 immigrant detainees a day, but the Obama administration disagrees with that interpretation of the law.

Coast Guard, Fed Operation Results In Massive Cocaine Seizure

April 16
By Matthew Bowler
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Federal officials have seized more than 56,000 pounds of cocaine in the Eastern Pacific only six months into the new year.

Tijuana Estuary May Be An Early Indicator For Climate Change

April 16
By Erik Anderson
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Researchers hope one of San Diego's last remaining coastal wetlands helps them understand the potential impact of climate change.

Justice Department Will Monitor Calexico Police For 3 Years

April 14
By Jean Guerrero
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The U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday it launched a collaborative reform initiative with the Calexico Police Department, which is under investigation by the FBI.

Former U.S. Labor Secretary Visits San Diego To Promote Cross-Border Collaboration

April 13
By Jean Guerrero
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Robert Reich said the cross-border region has the opportunity to tackle its unique inequality problems in a way that can serve as a global model.

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