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Mexican Growers Offer 15% In Baja Farm Strike

March 30
Midday Edition
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Leaders of the farmworkers called the offer of 15 percent unacceptable, and said they want assured benefits, higher wages and an end to abuses.

Employment Changing For Immigrants Living Illegally In San Diego Area

March 30
By Jean Guerrero
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A Pew Research Center study says the number of these immigrants in the U.S. with managerial, administrative and other professional jobs jumped by 180,000 between 2007 and 2012, while those in blue-collar industries dropped by 475,000 for the same period.

San Diego Chaldean Leader Pushes For Iraq, Syria Refugee Bill

March 26
By Susan Murphy
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"My message to Congress is clear," said Mark Arabo, advocate for Iraqi Christians. "If they do not pass this bill, then they’re sentencing my people to death."

California's First Latino Supreme Court Justice To Address 'Role Of Latinos In A Changing America'

March 24
Midday Edition
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Former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso is in San Diego Tuesday for a lecture at UC San Diego in honor of Cesar Chavez Day.

Relatives, Friends Of Missing Mexican Students Lead Protest In San Diego

March 24
By Jean Guerrero
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A protest caravan representing 43 students who disappeared from southern Mexico is in San Diego. The group's goal is to spread awareness about the case.

Protest Caravan Honoring Missing Mexican Students Comes To San Diego

March 23
By Gina Diamante, Jean Guerrero
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Caravan 43 is a movement by parents and friends of 43 Mexican students who have been missing since September 2014. They plan to visit 45 states to raise awareness and seek help.

ACLU Searches For Mexicali Deportees Who May Return To U.S.

March 20
By Jean Guerrero
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The American Civil Liberties Union held a public forum in Mexicali on Friday where they discussed a settlement that allows certain deportees to come back to the U.S.

Tijuana-Based Band Nortec Collective Calls It Quits

March 20
Evening Edition
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The Grammy Award-winning group Nortec Collective is disbanding after releasing what they're calling their final album, "Motel Baja."

Roundtable Reviews the SDPD, Baja Press Problems, Salton Sea Crisis

March 20
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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The results of the federal audit of the SDPD are in. Government leaders in Baja are accusing a newspaper chain of extortion. And the Salton Sea is still in deep trouble and the consequences more apparent.

Hundreds Of Baja California Farmworkers Continue Strike

March 19
By Jean Guerrero
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Farmworkers are striking this week over wages and working conditions. The strike has caused concern among Americans businesses that rely on Mexico's produce.