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San Diego Students, Activists Plan To Protest Major Berry Supplier

May 5
By Jean Guerrero

On Saturday, San Diego City College students and other activists will protest the treatment of Mexican farmworkers who harvest the berries sold by Driscoll's.

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Report: San Diego Quality Of Life Mixed

May 3
By Erik Anderson

The annual quality of life report shows San Diego performs well on economics, energy and water use, but not on affordable housing.

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Homeless Emergency In San Ysidro Schools Escalates With Grant Loss

May 3
By Megan Wood / inewsource

Children in San Diego County are reporting to school from trailers in scrapyards, from motels near trolley tracks and from cars they call home. Whether federal funds reach these children depends on the capability of their school district grant writer.

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San Diego Named 6th Best City For Coffee Fanatics

April 26
By Kristina Bravo

Seattle may still be king when it comes to coffee, but San Diego isn’t too far behind in the latest ranking of the best cities for java fanatics. A local coffee connoisseur says the region's location makes its java culture unique.

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Report: Homicides Up In Mexico For First Time Since Peña Nieto Took Office

April 25
By Midday Edition

Homicides in Mexico jumped 8 percent from 2014 to 2015 after three years of decline, according to a new report from the University of San Diego.

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Survey: Border Wait Times For Pedestrians Rise In San Ysidro

April 22
By Jean Guerrero

The South County Economic Development Council surveyed more than 3,000 pedestrians at the San Ysidro Port of Entry and found that average wait times have risen since 2011.

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FBI Investigating Border Patrol Shooting On Arizona Reservation

April 20
Michel Marizco / KJZZ

It's the third time a Border Patrol agent has used lethal force in the Tucson Sector this fiscal year.

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Another Otay Mesa Drug Tunnel Discovered

April 20
By Midday Edition
By City News Service

The drug-smuggling tunnel is believed to be the longest one found underneath the U.S.-Mexico line in California — a nearly half-mile passage between Otay Mesa and Tijuana outfitted with lights, a ventilation system and an elevator.

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Opening Of Second Pedestrian Border Crossing At San Ysidro Delayed

April 20
By Midday Edition

Known as Ped West, the crossing was to open in June but has been delayed until August. That's one of the announcements made after a delegation of San Diego business and government leaders visited Mexico City this week.

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Justices Seem Divided Over Obama Immigration Actions

April 18
By Midday Edition

The administration is asking the justices to allow it to put in place two programs that could shield roughly 4 million people from deportation and make them eligible to work in the U.S.