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San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

San Diego-Tijuana Leaders Hope To Influence Trump's Border Policies

Jan. 17
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego and Tijuana officials and business leaders will meet Wednesday to discuss the region’s potential to influence President-elect Donald Trump’s border and immigration policies.

Officials: Unfilled Border Tunnels In Mexico A Security Risk

Officials: Unfilled Border Tunnels In Mexico A Security Risk

Jan. 16
By Associated Press

Mexico's inability to fully seal up border tunnels dug by drug smugglers poses a security risk and is an "open invitation" for cartels to carve out new tunnels, according to officials in the United States.

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In S...

Gas Price Protesters Gather In Solidarity At Mexican Consulate In San Diego

Jan. 9
By KPBS , Associated Press

Protesters gathered in front of the Mexican Consulate in San Diego Monday, in a show of solidarity with people in Mexico who are protesting a recent 20 percent hike in gasoline prices.

Tijuana Gas Protests Temporarily Shut Down Southbound Vehicle Borde...

Tijuana Gas Protests Temporarily Shut Down Southbound Vehicle Border Crossing

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero

San Ysidro's southbound vehicle lanes into Mexico were closed due to protests of rising gas prices in Tijuana on Saturday and Sunday.

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Activists Help Young Immigrants Plan For Trump's Administration

Jan. 6
By Jean Guerrero

San Diego activists launched a campaign to prepare young immigrants for Trump's possible revocation of DACA, an immigration program benefiting thousands of them.

San Diego Judge Out With New Book About Experience Of Immigrants

San Diego Judge Out With New Book About Experience Of Immigrants

Jan. 4
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

"Qudeen the Magnificent," a book of short stories, describes the struggle New Americans face in assimilating to mainstream culture.

Tijuana Homicides Reach Record Level In 2016

Tijuana Homicides Reach Record Level In 2016

Jan. 3
By Jean Guerrero

Tijuana saw more than 900 homicides in 2016, surpassing a previous record of 844 in 2008.

Surge Of Central Americans Drive Jump In Border Arrests

Surge Of Central Americans Drive Jump In Border Arrests

Dec. 30
By Associated Press

Despite the increase, the number of border arrests this year are far below those seen in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Artists Aim To Make Border Fence 'Beautiful'

Artists Aim To Make Border Fence 'Beautiful'

Dec. 30
By Jean Guerrero

Artists from the United States and Mexico are painting an extensive mural on the border fence in Tijuana, focusing on bright, uplifting scenery and positive messages.

Roundtable: 2016 Was Quite A Year In San Diego

Roundtable: 2016 Was Quite A Year In San Diego

Dec. 23
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Election squeakers in the 49th and 3rd Districts. Victory for pot, defeat for the Chargers. Desperation for the homeless, frustration for renters and home buyers. Fear for migrants without papers. Worry for climate scientists.

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