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Poll: Residents On Both Sides Of Border Oppose Wall

Poll: Residents On Both Sides Of Border Oppose Wall

July 18
Molly Bilker / Cronkite News

A new poll by Cronkite News, Univision News and The Dallas Morning News shows a strong sense of community on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

Activists: U.S.-Mexico Partnership May Be Contributing To Human Rig...

Activists: U.S.-Mexico Partnership May Be Contributing To Human Rights Abuses

July 18
By Jean Guerrero

Human rights activists have returned to San Diego after a two-week fact-finding mission in Mexico. They were looking into human rights abuses south of the border.

Pedestrian Crossing At San Ysidro Opens

Pedestrian Crossing At San Ysidro Opens

July 15
By Jean Guerrero

A new pedestrian border crossing facility known as “PedWest” started operations Friday at the San Ysidro Port of Entry, the busiest land border crossing in the Western Hemisphere.

Investors In Donald Trump's Failed Mexico Resort Speak Out

Investors In Donald Trump's Failed Mexico Resort Speak Out

July 14
By Jean Guerrero

Several years ago, about 250 people bought Tijuana oceanfront condos sold under Donald Trump’s name. They were never built. Disgruntled buyers say they were deceived by the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and fear voters will experience the same disillusionment.

How Filipino WWII Veterans Are Being Reunited With Family Overseas

How Filipino WWII Veterans Are Being Reunited With Family Overseas

July 12
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The new program will allow relatives of Filipino WWII veterans to come to the U.S. before their immigrant visas become available.

Latino Groups To Lead Memorial Service For Orlando Victims

Latino Groups To Lead Memorial Service For Orlando Victims

July 8
By Jean Guerrero

Latino groups are joining religious and LGBT leaders Saturday evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral to remember the victims of last month's Orlando shootings.

ACLU Report Documents Struggle Of Deported Veterans

ACLU Report Documents Struggle Of Deported Veterans

July 6
By Marissa Cabrera, Jean Guerrero, Alison St John

The report released Tuesday highlights 84 cases of immigrants who served in the U.S. military and have been deported or are currently facing deportation.

Soccer And Tutoring Program Helps Refugees Feel Welcome

Soccer And Tutoring Program Helps Refugees Feel Welcome

July 4
By Jean Guerrero

An after-school program in El Cajon, YALLA, is helping young refugees and immigrants excel in school while easing feelings of alienation.

Roundtable: Tackling Meth, Transportation And Chargers Stadium

Roundtable: Tackling Meth, Transportation And Chargers Stadium

July 1
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Every large metropolitan area has large problems. Three of San Diego's: methamphetamine, transportation, and the proposed new Chargers stadium.

Border Agency Clears Employees In 4 Shooting Incidents

Border Agency Clears Employees In 4 Shooting Incidents

June 30
By Associated Press

U.S. Customs and Border Protection found that employees acted properly when they fired guns in four incidents dating back to 2012 — including an incident involving a vessel collision off the coast of Solana Beach that resulted in a woman's fatal drowning.