Stories by Adrian Florido
The bill now awaits the governor's signature, and would limit local law enforcement's ability to hand arrested undocumented immigrants over to federal agents.
President Barack Obama eased enforcement of immigration laws Friday, offering a chance for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants to stay in the country and work. Immediately embraced by Hispanics, the extraordinary step touched off an election-year confrontation with congressional Republicans.
Facing a voting-rights lawsuit, the Escondido City Council will ask voters decide whether to implement district elections, which could help more Latinos get elected.
Agents spotted the boat two miles off the coast of Ocean Beach and swarmed it when made landfall.
The ACLU says it is more concerned than ever that Escondido has been illegally profiting from the controversial checkpoints.
How bad has drug war violence been in Mexico? A new report says 50,000 people murdered in the last five years. The report from the University of San Diego assesses the death toll of drug cartel violence in Mexico. Researchers have pinpointed where the most deaths have occurred and trace the root causes of the violence.
The Chollas Creek watershed has been neglected and polluted for decades. A nonprofit is working to restore it into a natural park for the working class communities that surround it.
In their push to reverse Obama's contraception rule, Catholic leaders aren't likely to find Latina allies.
The city has become the latest of many nationwide to pass land use laws meant to promote food production in urban areas.