- Feb. 18
Agents opened fire after the driver of the vehicle nearly ran down an agent, authorities said.
- Feb. 17
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.
- Feb. 17
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.
- Feb. 16
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.
- Feb. 13
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?
- Feb. 12
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.
- Feb. 11
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.
- Feb. 10
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer appeared on CNBC, Wall Street Journal Live and Bloomberg during a trip to New York City.
- Feb. 10
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.
- Feb. 2
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.