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Tijuana Police Chief Explains Plummeting Overall Crime

Jan. 19
By Jean Guerrero
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While homicides rose in Tijuana last year, the overall crime rate dropped 9 percent. Tijuana's police chief detailed his high-tech strategy to KPBS.

Supreme Court Sets Election-Year Clash On Immigration

Jan. 19
Midday Edition
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The Supreme Court will decide on the constitutionality of President Obama's executive actions on immigration.

Padres To Play Spring Training Games In Mexico City

Jan. 14
By Matt Hoffman
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Major League Baseball — and the San Diego Padres — will return to Mexico City for the first time since 2004.

New Truck Inspection Facility Could Reduce Border Wait Times

Jan. 12
By Jean Guerrero
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Customs officials from Mexico and the U.S. are working together in Tijuana to fast-track inspection of certain agricultural shipments.

Could 'El Chapo' Be Tried In San Diego?

Jan. 11
Midday Edition
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The U.S. Attorney's Office refused to comment Monday on the possibility that drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman will be extradited to San Diego in the wake of his re-capture in Mexico.

Mexican President: Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Guzman Re-Arrested

Jan. 8
By KPBS News, Associated Press
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Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto wrote in his Twitter account on Friday: "mission accomplished: we have him."

Roundtable: Deluge in Tijuana, City Pension Woes, SeaWorld's Legal Trials

Jan. 8
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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San Diego wasn't the only place hard hit by this week's rains. So was Tijuana. San Diego's pension problems still aren't settled. And SeaWorld spends a lot of time in court.

Tijuana's Migrants Suffering In El Niño Storms

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero
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More than 1,000 migrants received blankets at a Tijuana shelter this week as rains soaked the homeless, flooded streets, increased traffic and caused drainage canals to swell with rushing water.

Border Biometrics Take Deeper Look At Otay Mesa Crossers

Jan. 6
By David Wagner
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San Diego border agents are now testing new biometric scanners on people walking across the border. Civil liberties advocates say they're also testing the limits of privacy.

Keeping Tijuana River Valley Safe From Floods

Jan. 5
By Susan Murphy
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As heavy rains battered San Diego County on Tuesday, residents of the flood-prone Tijuana River Valley met with officials to coordinate potential evacuations for families and animals.