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Trump's Border Wall Models Take Shape In San Diego

Trump's Border Wall Models Take Shape In San Diego

Oct. 20
By Associated Press

The last two of eight prototypes for President Donald Trump's proposed border wall took shape Thursday at a construction site in San Diego.

Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After I...

Single Mother Living In San Diego Scheduled For Deportation After ICE Check In

Oct. 19
By City News Service

A single mother of three who said immigration authorities told her that if she checked in with them every year she could stay in the country was scheduled for deportation Thursday.

Remembering The Migrants Who Lost Their Lives In The 2007 San Diego...

Remembering The Migrants Who Lost Their Lives In The 2007 San Diego Wildfires

Oct. 17
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Among the 10 people killed in the Witch Creek and Harris fires a group of immigrants from Mexico who were in the U.S. illegally who died as they made their journey across the U.S.-Mexico border.

10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

10 Years Ago: Firestorms Ravaged San Diego County

Oct. 16
By Erik Anderson

The 2007 firestorms were the last major conflagration to scorch San Diego County. Those firestorms have left lasting marks on the community.

It's 'DACA Week' At California Community Colleges

It's 'DACA Week' At California Community Colleges

Oct. 16
By Megan Burks

San Diego campuses are responding with a full slate of events — everything from legal clinics to workshops on managing stress.

Roundtable: DACA Demands, Feinstein's Run, Hep A Continues, La Mesa...

Roundtable: DACA Demands, Feinstein's Run, Hep A Continues, La Mesa School Board

Oct. 13
By Pat Finn

President Trump said he wanted to make a deal with Democrats to save DACA and then seemed to make a deal impossible. Dianne Feinstein will keep running. Hepatitis A keeps making people sick. And the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District appoints a novice to fill a vacant seat.

Tijuana Museum Hosts First Exhibition By American Artist In 15 Years

Tijuana Museum Hosts First Exhibition By American Artist In 15 Years

Oct. 13
By Andrew Bowen

The Centro Cultural de Tijuana, or CECUT, is featuring its first exhibition of an American artist in more than a decade. The artist and the museum both hope it will spark dialogue in a turbulent time for U.S.-Mexico relations.

San Diego Chamber Of Commerce Joins 300 State, Local Businesses In ...

San Diego Chamber Of Commerce Joins 300 State, Local Businesses In Support Of NAFTA

Oct. 11
By City News Service

The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce announced Wednesday that it signed on to a letter from more than 300 state and local business associations expressing support for a modernized North American Free Trade Agreement.

Helping San Diego-Resettled Refugees Overcome Trauma

Helping San Diego-Resettled Refugees Overcome Trauma

Oct. 10
By Megan Burke, Tarryn Mento

A City Heights-based organization is bringing community groups and government officials together to provide better services for immigrants suffering from emotional disorders.

ICE Official: Agency Will Arrest At California Worksites

ICE Official: Agency Will Arrest At California Worksites

Oct. 6
By Associated Press

In another sign of escalating tensions between President Donald Trump's administration and California, the nation's top immigration official said Friday his agency will have "no choice" but to arrest immigrants who are in the country illegally in California's neighborhoods and worksites.

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