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Roundtable:  Dumanis, Mexico Gas Protests, Storm Water, Affordable ...

Roundtable: Dumanis, Mexico Gas Protests, Storm Water, Affordable Housing

Jan. 20
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

It's a big day, and there are big local issues, too, including District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis' big decision, continuing (and big) gas protests in Mexico, the big mess of storm water rules and the big dearth of affordable housing.

From Mira Mesa To City Heights, San Diego Groups Prep For Lunar New...

From Mira Mesa To City Heights, San Diego Groups Prep For Lunar New Year

Jan. 19
By Tarryn Mento

If you were planning on attending this weekend’s Lunar New Year Tet Festival at Qualcomm, you’ll have to change your plans. The event was rescheduled for next month due to rain. It’s among a handful of upcoming festivals across the region.

Mexico Says Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Guzman Extradited To US

Mexico Says Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Guzman Extradited To US

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Mexico's most notorious cartel kingpin who twice made brazen prison escapes and spent years on the run as the country's most wanted man, was extradited to the United States on Thursday to face drug trafficking and other charges.

California Withdraws Immigrant Health Care Request

California Withdraws Immigrant Health Care Request

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

California officials on Wednesday withdrew their request to sell unsubsidized insurance policies to people who can't prove they're legally in the United States after learning the decision would fall to President-elect Donald Trump's administration.

Advocates: Asylum-Seekers Are Being Turned Away At Border

Advocates: Asylum-Seekers Are Being Turned Away At Border

Jan. 18
By Associated Press

Immigrant advocacy groups said Tuesday that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are allegedly turning away asylum-seekers before their claims can be heard, violating obligations under U.S. and international law.

San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

Jan. 17
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego and Tijuana officials and business leaders will meet Wednesday to discuss the region’s potential to influence President-elect Donald Trump’s border and immigration policies.

Officials: Unfilled Border Tunnels In Mexico A Security Risk

Officials: Unfilled Border Tunnels In Mexico A Security Risk

Jan. 16
By Associated Press

Mexico's inability to fully seal up border tunnels dug by drug smugglers poses a security risk and is an "open invitation" for cartels to carve out new tunnels, according to officials in the United States.

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In S...

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In San Diego

Jan. 9
By KPBS , Associated Press

Protesters gathered in front of the Mexican Consulate in San Diego Monday, in a show of solidarity with people in Mexico who are protesting a recent 20 percent hike in gasoline prices.

Tijuana Gas Protests Temporarily Shut Down Southbound Vehicle Borde...

Tijuana Gas Protests Temporarily Shut Down Southbound Vehicle Border Crossing

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero

San Ysidro's southbound vehicle lanes into Mexico were closed due to protests of rising gas prices in Tijuana on Saturday and Sunday.

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego activists launched a campaign to prepare young immigrants for Trump's possible revocation of DACA, an immigration program benefiting thousands of them.

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