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To Attend School, Young U.S. Citizens Who Live In Mexico Cross The ...

To Attend School, Young U.S. Citizens Who Live In Mexico Cross The Border Daily

Nov. 9
Simon Thompson

Students have been crossing the border to go to school in New Mexico's Luna County since 1948. But not all residents think state money should be used to educate kids who don’t live in the U.S.

San Diego's Minority Voters Get Free Rides To Polls

San Diego's Minority Voters Get Free Rides To Polls

Nov. 8
By Jean Guerrero

A non-partisan 'party bus' is driving around communities south of Interstate 8 to increase turnout among minority groups.

Tijuana Innovadora Returns With A Spotlight On The Arts

Tijuana Innovadora Returns With A Spotlight On The Arts

Nov. 1
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The biennial event started in 2010 in part to project a more positive image of the city. This year, it will showcase creative arts — from fashion to video games.

An Avocado Shortage Is Hurting San Diego's Mexican Restaurants

An Avocado Shortage Is Hurting San Diego's Mexican Restaurants

Oct. 28
By Jean Guerrero

Drought-damaged avocado trees and farmworker strikes mean fewer and more expensive avocados in San Diego.

MTS Lawsuit Over Doorway Creates Hassle For San Ysidro Passengers

MTS Lawsuit Over Doorway Creates Hassle For San Ysidro Passengers

Oct. 25
By Amita Sharma

The dispute has triggered accusations of racism and raised questions about how a public agency is using its land, clout and money.

Mexico's Demand For Potent California Marijuana Creates Southbound ...

Mexico's Demand For Potent California Marijuana Creates Southbound Smuggling

Oct. 21
By Jean Guerrero

Marijuana has long flowed from Mexico into the U.S. Now, it's starting to flow in the opposite direction.

Roundtable: Money And Lilac Hills, Housing Shortage, Haitian Refugees

Roundtable: Money And Lilac Hills, Housing Shortage, Haitian Refugees

Oct. 7
By Pat Finn, Kenny Goldberg

A sudden $50,000 contribution to the county Republican Party is connected to Measure B on the ballot. When squalid, illegal apartments are rehabbed, not everyone benefits. The Haitian refugees at our doorstep cope with changing rules.

Internal Report: Barely Half Of Illegal Border Crossers Caught

Internal Report: Barely Half Of Illegal Border Crossers Caught

Oct. 6
By Jean Guerrero, Associated Press

Immigration authorities caught barely half of the people who illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico last year, according to an internal Department of Homeland Security report that offers one of the most detailed assessments of border security ever compiled.

After Hurricane, Activists Request Renewed Immigration Protections ...

After Hurricane, Activists Request Renewed Immigration Protections For Haitians

Oct. 5
By Jean Guerrero

As Hurricane Matthew displaces thousands of Haitians, San Diego immigrant rights groups say the U.S. should renew humanitarian parole provisions canceled two weeks ago amid an immigration influx through San Ysidro.

Haitian Families Divided By U.S. Immigration Policy Shift

Haitian Families Divided By U.S. Immigration Policy Shift

Oct. 4
By Jean Guerrero

Activists say about 50 families have been separated by the recent decision of the U.S. to tighten immigration restrictions on Haitians.