- Oct. 5
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has come under criticism for its custody conditions from advocacy groups who compiled extensive complaints from immigrants.
- Oct. 2
A settlement between the American Civil Liberties Union and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will allow mentally ill deportees to apply for their immigration cases to be reopened.
- Sept. 30
Balboa Park's display of international cottages doesn't include Mexico. Activists are asking Mayor Kevin Faulconer for a stand-alone House of Mexico.
- Sept. 28
- Midday Edition
It's been a year since a busload of students disappeared in the Mexican state of Guerrero. A rally in San Diego over the weekend demanded answers and justice.
- Sept. 23
The U.S. has fortified the Mexican border since Sept. 11, 2001 to intercept illegal immigrants and terrorists. But some say the Canadian border presents a much greater threat of terrorism.
- Sept. 23
Pope Francis canonizes Junípero Serra amid mixed feelings. Some San Diegans think the missionary deserves to be named a saint, while others think the canonization ignores abuses against Native Americans.
- Sept. 18
An unlikely alliance of elected officials, border enforcement, the Mexican Consulate and others have banded together to find the true identity of a John Doe on life support.
- Sept. 21
Bishop Robert McElroy consecrated a memorial wall dedicated to families separated by deportations, celebrating this week's arrival of Pope Francis in the U.S.
- Sept. 17
The former Marine and bilingual rapper tours the U.S. to promote bilingual learning with hip-hop and reggaeton beats.
- Sept. 16
Data collected by the Pew Research Center shows that close to 300,000 babies were born to parents in the U.S. illegally in 2013; 8 percent of the nearly 4 million births in the U.S. that year. This is a drop from the peak in 2007 when they made up 9 percent of total births.