Stories by Adrian Florido
The governor signed a bill that will make California the 10th state in the nation, plus Washington D.C., to grant driver's licenses to immigrants living in the U.S. illegally.
The United States has started funding community programs in Mexico in an effort to prevent young people from joining drug cartels.
SAN DIEGO - Construction will continue on the ongoing expansion of the San Ysidro border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego despite the temporary United States government shutdown.
The Associated Press reports that the Department of Homeland Security will begin testing the use of dashboard cameras in U.S. Border Patrol trucks.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the number of apprehensions of people caught trying to illegally enter the United States has increased for the second straight year.
The move comes amid growing allegations about unnecessary use of force by Border Patrol agents.
Pew researchers say the number of undocumented immigrants may have grown from 11.2 million to 11.7 million.
Teachers protesting a proposed education reform bill in Mexico shut down the commercial border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego for 90 minutes.
SAN DIEGO - The California State Senate has passed Assembly Bill 4 -- better known as the TRUST Act. If signed into law, the bill will protect many immigrants arrested for minor crimes in California from deportation.
San Francisco County appears ready to make it illegal for local jails to detain people suspected of being in the country illegally and turn them over to immigration agents.
Construction is beginning on the cross-border airline terminal that will give travelers easier access to the Tijuana airport form the San Diego side.
Several ongoing court cases are testing the authority that United States Border Patrol agents have to enforce laws not within their jurisdiction.
A report by The New York Times sheds light on how the United States government has routinely confiscated and searched the computers and electronic devices of people entering the U.S., even without a search warrant.
Officials say the partnership between a major Mexican drug cartel and a Los Angeles street gang would have created a meth distribution system in Southern California.
"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.
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