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Border Patrol Agents Shoot At Vehicle In Alpine

Feb. 18
By City News Service
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Agents opened fire after the driver of the vehicle nearly ran down an agent, authorities said.

Judge's Immigration Ruling Leaves San Diegans In Limbo

Feb. 17
By Dwane Brown
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A federal judge in Texas blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration — leaving thousands of immigrants who call San Diego home wondering what will happen next.

Study Sheds Light On Mid-City's 'Unauthorized, Uninsured' Immigrants

Feb. 17
By Megan Burks
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A San Diego State demographer is taking a closer look at City Heights immigrants. A study out this month shows one in four children in the neighborhood has a parent without legal status.

Judge Orders $500K Payment To Man Shot By Border Patrol

Feb. 16
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource
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Few immigrants in the U.S. illegally who are shot by Border Patrol agents survive, and in even fewer cases is an agent found to have used excessive force.

Roundtable Looks At Sempra Vs. Azano, SDPD Pay Raises, Wacky Waterfront Projects

Feb. 13
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Bribery accusations highlight the prolonged battle between Mexican businessman Jose Azano and Sempra Energy. Will increased take-home pay mean more San Diego Police Department officers stay here? And what's up with all the waterfront proposals?

Solar Project To Bring Electricity, Money To Rural Mexican Town

Feb. 12
Lorne Matalon / Fronteras
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Boquillas, Coahuila has great potential for building a tourist economy. And now the creation of a solar farm could solve the problem that has stood in the way of growth. The town's lack of energy.

State Dept. Official: Heroin Smuggling Up Because U.S. Cocaine Use Is Down

Feb. 11
By Amita Sharma
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U.S. Assistant Secretary of State William Brownfield made the comments while in San Diego this week to build partnerships with state and municipal law enforcement.

What Mayor Faulconer's Telling National News Media About San Diego

Feb. 10
By Tarryn Mento
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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer appeared on CNBC, Wall Street Journal Live and Bloomberg during a trip to New York City.

ACLU Sues For Records On Border Patrol's 'Roving' Agents

Feb. 10
By Associated Press
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The American Civil Liberties Union in San Diego sued the U.S. Border Patrol's parent agency Tuesday for records on its activities away from the nation's border with Mexico.

Immigrants Could Wait Until 2019 To Have Cases Resolved

Feb. 2
Seth Robbins / Associated Press
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The increase in cancellations began late last summer after the Justice Department prioritized the tens of thousands of Central American migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, most of them mothers with children and unaccompanied minors.