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Services will be held Tuesday night for a 13-year old San Ysidro Middle School student shot and killed over the weekend in Tijuana. He was one of five males killed in what is being called an attack by organized crime.
The use of ultralight planes to bring drugs across the U.S-Mexico border is not uncommon. But now, federal agents east of San Diego County say they've seized a private plane in an alleged human smuggling operation.
A string of arson fires in a San Diego neighborhood has residents worried. They plan to hold a series of emergency meetings to address their concerns.
The FBI has declared the San Diego region a "high-intensity child prostitution area." The second annual Bi-national Forum to Address Human Trafficking in Chula Vista Thursday aimed to improve collaboration between agencies on both sides of the border to combat the illegal practice.
U.S Customs and Border Protection officers say they're catching more people along the border who are fleeing from the law.
San Diego Port officials say they're hoping Occupy San Diego protestors are peaceful during a planned protest on Monday. Occupy groups along the West Coast plan to shut down local ports.
The Encinitas Arts Commission will consider a proposal today to put the popular Surfing Madonna mosaic on the corner of Coast Highway 101 and Encinitas Boulevard.