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Deportation Decline In San Diego Reflects Obama Policy Shift

Deportation Decline In San Diego Reflects Obama Policy Shift

Oct. 3
By Chris Young / inewsource

As the debate over illegal immigration rages on during the presidential campaign’s homestretch, federal data provide a glimpse into how the Obama administration’s policy shift on deportations has played out in San Diego County.

El Cajon Shooting Victim Was Grieving Death Of Friend

El Cajon Shooting Victim Was Grieving Death Of Friend

Sept. 28
By Jean Guerrero

Jama Mohamed, who researches mental health issues in San Diego's community of East Africans, says grief, trauma and fear may have collided in an encounter with police.

San Diego Remembers The Missing People In Mexico

San Diego Remembers The Missing People In Mexico

Sept. 26
By Jean Guerrero

Two years after 43 students disappeared from southern Mexico, San Diego residents stand in solidarity with the families of the missing.

Number Of Immigrants In California Illegally Declines

Number Of Immigrants In California Illegally Declines

Sept. 23
By Michael Lipkin, Alison St John

A Pew Research Center report says the number of immigrants living in California illegally fell by about 200,000 to 2.3 million between 2009 and 2014.

Mexicans Respond To Haitians, Africans With Unusual Hospitality

Mexicans Respond To Haitians, Africans With Unusual Hospitality

Sept. 23
By Jean Guerrero

Mexicans who live in Tijuana are embracing a surge of Haitian and African migrants en route to the U.S.

City Heights Event Welcomes Refugees To San Diego

City Heights Event Welcomes Refugees To San Diego

Sept. 22
By Tarryn Mento

As part of a national campaign, the YMCA of San Diego County organized an event in City Heights to help U.S.-born residents and newcomers connect.

U.S. Resumes Haitian Removals Amid Surge At The Border

U.S. Resumes Haitian Removals Amid Surge At The Border

Sept. 22
By Jean Guerrero, Associated Press

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has said that it was widening efforts to deport Haitians, a response to thousands of immigrants from the Caribbean nation who have overwhelmed California border crossings with Mexico in recent months.

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

A Closer Look At A San Diego Stem Cell Company’s Leadership

Sept. 21
By David Wagner

A stroke patient who pursued stem cell treatments abroad says he trusted San Diego-based Stemedica based on its leaders’ credentials. But those credentials don’t always hold up to scrutiny.

Patients Turn To San Diego Stem Cell Companies For Costly, Unproven...

Patients Turn To San Diego Stem Cell Companies For Costly, Unproven Treatments

Sept. 20
By David Wagner

Jim Gass contacted San Diego-based Stemedica with the hope of recovering from a debilitating stroke. After following its referral to a Tijuana doctor, he got worse.

TheNAT Botanist Uncovers 'Lost' Mexican Plants

TheNAT Botanist Uncovers 'Lost' Mexican Plants

Sept. 19
By Michael Lipkin, Alison St John

It's been more than 120 years since botanists in Baja California Sur have seen some flowers, ferns and shrubs. They're called "lost plants," with scientists in possession of only a handful of old specimens.