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Will Planned Upgrades To Tijuana Water Treatment Plant Be Enough To...

Will Planned Upgrades To Tijuana Water Treatment Plant Be Enough To Stop Sewage Spills?

June 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Mexican officials say they are moving forward with a nearly $25 million upgrade to Tijuana’s coastal water treatment plant. But the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the city's sewage system needs $400 million in improvements and repairs.

National City Residents Express Solidarity For Detained Immigrant C...

National City Residents Express Solidarity For Detained Immigrant Couple

June 6
By Jean Guerrero

The group of residents also called on officials to adopt "sanctuary city" status in the hopes of decreasing deportations of local residents.

Tijuana's Sewage System Needs Major Upgrades

Tijuana's Sewage System Needs Major Upgrades

June 2
By Erik Anderson

Environmental Protection Agency officials estimate the Tijuana sewage system needs $400 million in improvements and repairs to handle the sewage flow created in the city.

In Search Of Cheaper Costs, San Diego Seniors Try Assisted Living I...

In Search Of Cheaper Costs, San Diego Seniors Try Assisted Living In Mexico

June 1
By Claire Trageser

The average cost of assisted living in California is $5,000 a month. Since this is out of reach for many retirees, they are choosing other options across the border.

Proposed Rule Change For Adult ESL Classes Could Impact Children

Proposed Rule Change For Adult ESL Classes Could Impact Children

June 1
By Megan Burks

Many parents enroll in English-language courses so they can help their kids with school. The federal government wants to see more of them use the classes to get jobs or go to college.

Federal Officials Discuss Cross-Border Sewage Spills At Public Hearing

Federal Officials Discuss Cross-Border Sewage Spills At Public Hearing

May 31
By Erik Anderson

Officials will present their investigation into this year's massive cross-border sewage spills at a hearing in Imperial Beach Thursday night.

Early Study Results Show High Rates Of Anxiety Among Syrian Refugee...

Early Study Results Show High Rates Of Anxiety Among Syrian Refugee Kids

May 30
By Tarryn Mento

The preliminary results, shared at the American Psychiatric Association conference, showed within one month of coming to the U.S., nearly two-thirds of kids surveyed had probable anxiety diagnosis and 85 percent had probable separation anxiety.

‘When You’re Undocumented And Asian, You’re Invisible’

‘When You’re Undocumented And Asian, You’re Invisible’

May 30
Stefanie De Leon Tzic / KQED

Alvin, a young Indonesian Dreamer, says being Asian and undocumented has been one of the most isolating experiences of his life.

Deported US Veterans In Tijuana Prepare To Meet With Members of Con...

Deported US Veterans In Tijuana Prepare To Meet With Members of Congress

May 29
By Jean Guerrero

The purpose of the meeting, which will take place Saturday, is to discuss details of a bill that could allow some of the deported veterans return to the United States.

City Heights Group's Funding For Foreign Trafficking Victims To Con...

City Heights Group's Funding For Foreign Trafficking Victims To Continue

May 24
By Tarryn Mento

This week, we told you about an anti-human trafficking program that was running out of money. Now the organization received some good news.