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San Diego Studies How To Improve Immigrant Outreach

San Diego Studies How To Improve Immigrant Outreach

Feb. 6
By Alison St John, Michael Lipkin

A coalition of San Diego officials, business leaders, academics and immigrant rights groups are moving forward with plans to study how the city can improve immigrant integration.

With DACA In Limbo, Financial Analyst Focuses On What She...

With DACA In Limbo, Financial Analyst Focuses On What She Can Control

Feb. 5
Farida Jhabvala Romero / KQED

Key parts of Janeth Medina’s future, including her ability to keep her job in finance, depend on the fate of a program that protects her and about 200,000 immigrants living in California from deportation.

Report Finds San Diego's Immigrant Community Tied To Regi...

Report Finds San Diego's Immigrant Community Tied To Region's Economic Prosperity

Feb. 2
By City News Service, Tarryn Mento

A new report breaks down the contributions of San Diego's immigrant community.

Hundreds Coming Together In San Diego To Support Newcomers

Hundreds Coming Together In San Diego To Support Newcomers

Feb. 1
By Tarryn Mento

Local leaders in business, education, government and the community will brainstorm how to better serve San Diego’s immigrants.

Immigration Authorities Detail Plan For Courthouse Arrests

Immigration Authorities Detail Plan For Courthouse Arrests

Feb. 1
By Associated Press

Federal immigration authorities formalized a policy Wednesday to send deportation agents to federal, state and local courthouses to make arrests, dismissing complaints from judges and advocacy groups that it instills fear among crime victims, witnesses and family members.

Border Communities React To Trump's State Of The Union Ad...

Border Communities React To Trump's State Of The Union Address

Jan. 31
By Jean Guerrero

Across San Diego, the President's comments during his first State of the Union address may have deepened rifts on border security.

Tutoring Nonprofit Looking For Help To Give Refugee Stude...

Tutoring Nonprofit Looking For Help To Give Refugee Students A Boost

Jan. 31
By Tarryn Mento

A local nonprofit in San Diego's City Heights neighborhood runs an after-school program to bridge that learning gap, but the group said it also needs help.

'Paddle Out' Honors Murdered Imperial Beach City Official

'Paddle Out' Honors Murdered Imperial Beach City Official

Jan. 29
By Jean Guerrero

A month after Douglas Bradley was fatally shot on vacation in southern Mexico, more than a dozen friends and colleagues paddled out into the Imperial Beach waves in his memory.

NAFTA Talks In Montreal Are Slow Going

NAFTA Talks In Montreal Are Slow Going

Jan. 29
Lorne Matalon

U.S. trading partners blame America's "lack of flexibility" for the lagging pace of the talks.

Roundtable: Helix High School Use Of Force, Dumanis Campa...

Roundtable: Helix High School Use Of Force, Dumanis Campaign Straw Donations, Tijuana’s Condo Craze

Jan. 26
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

A use of force incident involving a La Mesa police officer at Helix High School draws protests, new revelations regarding campaign contributions to former San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and the forces driving a condo construction boom in Tijuana.