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Feds Seek Dismissal Of San Diego Cross-Border Sewage Lawsuit

Aug. 13
By Erik Anderson

Federal judge hears Department of Justice Request to dismiss renegade lawsuit aimed at stopping transborder sewage spills.

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Taco-Centric Fiesta Highlights Diversity In City Heights

Aug. 13
By Tarryn Mento and Mika Kanke / Media Arts Center of San Diego

Tacos, culture and community — that’s the focus of the monthly Fiesta on the Avenue event in the Mid-City neighborhood.

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Judge Encouraged By Government Efforts To Find And Reunite Deported Parents With Children

Aug. 10
By City News Service

A federal judge in San Diego said Friday he is encouraged by the government's plan to locate parents who were either deported or released into the United States after being separated from their children at the border as part of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration.

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Roundtable: Convention Center Plan Sidetracked

Aug. 10
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

San Diego's convention center expansion plan is put in doubt, a new deportation risk for international college students, and the politics of California's wildfires.

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Judge To Hear Update On Effort To Find Parents Already Deported Or Released

Aug. 10
By City News Service

A federal judge in San Diego Friday will hear an update on the government's effort to find parents who have been deported or released back into the United States after being separated from their children at the border as part of the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration.

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State Still Seeking Vendor For Medical Interpretation Study Nearly Two Years Later

Aug. 9
By Tarryn Mento

A law passed in September 2016 calls for the study of current medical interpreter requirements and suggestions for pilot projects.

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Quaker Organization Marks 100 Years Of ‘Waging Peace’

Aug. 9
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The American Friends Service Committee is marking its centennial with a traveling exhibit that showcases the group’s work in past and present social justice movements. The exhibit is on display now through September 30 at the New Americans Museum in Liberty Station.

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Judge Says Ban On Deporting Reunited Families To Remain In Effect

Aug. 8
By City News Service

An order barring the federal government from deporting recently reunited parents and children who were separated at the border due to the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration will remain in effect until further notice, a San Diego judge overseeing the case said Wednesday.

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At 97, He Still Grapples With the Pain Of Being Separated From His Mother

Aug. 8
Sasha Khokha/KQED

Ben Stern may be 97, but his mind is sharp and quick. He clearly remembers the day he last saw his mother. “It happened so suddenly, so sudden," he recalls. "Separated, ripped away. Without saying goodbye, without a hug, a kiss."

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Judge In Border Family Separations Case To Hear Motion In Related Case

Aug. 8
By City News Service

A federal judge in San Diego overseeing the reunification of parents and their children separated at the border due to the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration will consider Wednesday a motion for a temporary restraining order in a related case transferred from the District of Columbia.

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