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Border Patrol To Test Body Cameras Amid Criticism Over Use Of Force

Sept. 18
Elliot Spagat / Associated Press
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The U.S. Border Patrol will begin testing body cameras this year at its training academy as new leadership moves to blunt criticism about agents' use of force.

Young Refugees In City Heights Learn Weaving From Their Elders

Sept. 16
By Megan Burks
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About 1,800 refugees from Burma live in San Diego County. For older refugees, who have a harder time learning English, they can become isolated. A class called Homespun, where elders teach the traditional art of weaving, helps the young and old bond.

US Border Agency: Cases Of Force Need More Review

Sept. 12
ELLIOT SPAGAT, Associated Press
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The agency that oversees the U.S. Border Patrol says 155 cases of use of force and alleged misconduct by agents and inspectors merit further investigation.

Fewer Than 100 Central American Children Settled In San Diego

Sept. 12
By Jill Replogle
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Just 76 unaccompanied minors caught crossing the border illegally this year have settled in San Diego County.

Hearing On Escondido Migrant Shelter Postponed

Sept. 9
By Jill Replogle
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The city of Escondido pushed back a hearing scheduled for Wednesday on a migrant youth shelter at the ACLU's request.

Death Of Al-Shabab Leader Is 'Great News' For San Diego Somalis

Sept. 5
By Megan Burks
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Local Somalis concerned about the radicalization of American youth are relieved to hear the leader of al-Shabab is dead.

Report: Immigrants Contribute $650 Billion To California Economy

Sept. 3
By Jill Replogle
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Immigrants contribute almost $650 billion to the California economy and $27 billion to the economies of San Diego and Imperial counties, according to a recent report.

Hope Dwindles For DNA Evidence At Tijuana Body Dump

Sept. 3
By Jill Replogle
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More than 22,000 people have gone missing in Mexico since the country declared war on drug traffickers in 2006. Some family members of the missing hoped to find answers at a body disposal site in Tijuana. But so far, they have only frustrated hopes.

Poll: Californians Support Sheltering Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

Sept. 3
Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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Most Californians think the country should offer shelter and support for unaccompanied children illegally entering the United States.

Deportations Affecting Homelessness In San Diego, Tijuana

Sept. 2
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A forum Wednesday night at the University of San Diego will highlight the issue of homelessness on both sides of the San Diego, Tijuana border.

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