Stories by Adrian
"East Los High" follows the lives of Latino teenagers in East Los Angeles, and the pressures they face from sex, violence and bullying.
The Tijuana perfume salesman, who said he didn't know drugs were in the car, won an appeal after the government destroyed evidence in the case.
A survey by the National Restaurant Association found that restaurant owners are generally supportive of the system for checking employees' eligibility to work.
The head of the U.S. Olympic Committee confirmed San Diego-Tijuana want to host the 2024 Summer Games.
Grossmont Union High School District is among the schools singled out for not providing adequate English instruction to foreign language speakers.
Agent Luis Fonseca had been accused of beating and choking an immigrant at a Border Patrol station.
Binational LGBT spouses had hoped to gain immigration rights, but senators excluded them from their bill.
Immigrant rights activists and business groups say the bill is a good first step, but they'll still lobby for changes.
The defendants are alleged members of a splinter group of Tijuana's Arellano-Felix cartel.
Mexican federal prosecutors say the union boss bought two homes in Coronado and spent more than $2 million at Fashion Valley's Neiman Marcus store, all with stolen money.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) fined 10 businesses in San Diego and Imperial counties more than $173,800 for hiring “unlawful” employees.
About 40 percent of new voters registered in San Diego County since February have been Latino, according registrar statistics.