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Missing San Diego Activist Recovering After Being Found Wounded In ...

Missing San Diego Activist Recovering After Being Found Wounded In Mexico

April 15
By Jean Guerrero

Hugo Castro is in stable condition after being found Tuesday in Tlalnepantla de Baz, a city just north of Mexico City. Castro disappeared Thursday, after posting an appeal for help on Facebook Live.

Gov. Brown’s Pardon Renews Hope For Deported Veteran

Gov. Brown’s Pardon Renews Hope For Deported Veteran

April 19
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Hector Barajas-Varela, the director and founder of Deported Veterans Support House in Tijuana, is among 3 deported veterans who was pardoned by Gov. Jerry Brown on Easter Sunday.

Trump Targets Visa Program For Highly Skilled Workers

Trump Targets Visa Program For Highly Skilled Workers

April 18
By Associated Press, KPBS News

President Donald Trump hopes to revive the economic populism that helped drive his election campaign, signing an order Tuesday in politically important Wisconsin to tighten rules on technology companies bringing in highly skilled foreign workers.

Queer And Undocumented: A Powerful Force In The Dreamer Movement

Queer And Undocumented: A Powerful Force In The Dreamer Movement

April 18
Zaidee Stavely / KQED

At her kitchen table in Oakland, Yahaira Carrillo leafs through an old photo album with faded pictures of a little curly-haired girl. The album is precious to her: She saw her baby pictures for the first time only a few years ago, when her aunt brought the album from Mexico. That’s because when Carrillo crossed the border as a 7-year-old with her mom, they left almost everything behind.

Executive Order To Strip Funding From Sanctuary Cities Faced First ...

Executive Order To Strip Funding From Sanctuary Cities Faced First Legal Challenge

April 17
Ben Bradford / Capital Public Radio

President Trump’s executive order to strip funding from sanctuary cities faced its first legal challenge Friday in San Francisco. The city and Santa Clara County went to federal court to block the order, contending it is unconstitutional.

US Prosecutors Are Geared To Target Border Crossers

US Prosecutors Are Geared To Target Border Crossers

April 14
By Associated Press

Through Republican and Democratic presidential administrations, the top federal prosecutor on California's border with Mexico has resisted going after people caught entering the U.S. illegally on their first try and instead targeted smugglers and serial offenders.

Shot Across The Bow: Mexico Considers Boycott Of U.S. Corn

Shot Across The Bow: Mexico Considers Boycott Of U.S. Corn

April 14
Lorne Matalon

Legislation has been proposed in Mexico City to boycott U.S. corn in response to a number of economic threats against Mexico voiced by President Donald Trump.

ACLU Sues For Information Related To Trump Travel Bans

ACLU Sues For Information Related To Trump Travel Bans

April 12
By Associated Press, Jean Guerrero

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed more than a dozen lawsuits nationwide seeking government documents related to the implementation of the Trump administration's travel bans.

Coast Guard Pushes Back Against Rep. Hunter's Pentagon Move

Coast Guard Pushes Back Against Rep. Hunter's Pentagon Move

April 12
By Steve Walsh

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, sent a letter to President Donald Trump saying he believed the U.S. Coast Guard should move to the Department of Defense, with the other branches of the military.

'Crossing South' To Continue Exploring Tijuana, Northern Baja In Si...

'Crossing South' To Continue Exploring Tijuana, Northern Baja In Sixth Season

April 11
By Brooke Ruth, Michael Lipkin

In this season, host Jose Meraz visits the first Indian restaurant in Baja, a water park with a slide that has a launch ramp and an open water aquarium where tuna are bred. He also explores the emerging beer brewing scene in Baja.