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Driver Slowed Or Stopped Before Crash Killed 13 Migrants In Imperial Valley

April 12
Elliot Spagat / Associated Press

Testimony released Monday says the driver of an SUV packed with migrants stopped or slowed before getting slammed by a tractor-trailer in one of the deadliest border-related crashes.

A sign indicating masks were required at The Pr...

Roundtable: San Diego Enters The Orange Tier

April 9
By Bennett Lacy

San Diego's reopening expands as progress is made on COVID-19 cases and vaccinations, an encampment for cross-border farmworkers is dismantled by police in Calexico and a look at the revolving door in Chula Vista between the city's police department and the surveillance drone industry.

A health screening site set up inside the Conve...

300 Teen Girls Moved From Convention Center To Make Room For Younger Migrants

April 9
By City News Service

To create space in the convention center, the U.S. Department of Health and Human services moved the 300 girls to Fort Bliss in Texas in an exchange for an equal number of children between the ages of 5 and 12 and their older siblings.

In this March 30, 2021, file photo, young unacc...

Explainer: Is The US Border With Mexico In Crisis?

April 8
Elliot Spagat / Associated Press

Nearly 19,000 children traveling alone were stopped at the Mexican border in March, smashing previous highs set during periods of heavy child migration in 2014 and 2019. Is it a crisis?

In this March 30, 2021, file photo, young minor...

Number Of Kids Alone At Border Hits All-Time High In March

April 8
By Associated Press

U.S. authorities say they picked up nearly 19,000 children traveling alone across the Mexican border in March.

Hugo Castro leaves crosses at the scene of a de...

Imperial Valley Crash Victim's Stories Show Why People Are Migrating To United States

April 6
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

The New York Times reporter, Miriam Jordan, who is based in Los Angeles profiled some of the victims and survivors of a collision between an SUV carrying 25 people and a semitruck on March 2 near Holtville, Calif. Jordan wrote that those who died are a "portrait of an explosion in migration that has begun overwhelming the U.S. government."

A health screening site set up inside the Conve...

As Convention Center Nears Capacity, No Children Have Been Reunified With Families, Sponsors

April 5
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

The San Diego convention center has now neared its capacity, as hundreds of migrant children arrived in San Diego this weekend.

Cots laid out for unaccompanied migrant teens t...

Migrant Shelter Nearing Capacity At SD Convention Center

April 4
By City News Service

The San Diego Convention Center shelter for unaccompanied migrants was expected to reach its 1,450 capacity within days as another group of minors arrived Sunday, federal officials said.

A medical screening station set up inside the S...

Roundtable: Migrant Girls Sheltering In Convention Center, Anti-Asian Hate

April 2
By Maya Trabulsi, Pat Finn

A conversation about anti-Asian hate with former San Diego news anchor Lee Ann Kim and an update on the more than 700 unaccompanied young migrant girls now sheltered in the San Diego Convention Center.

Migrants hoping to claim asylum in the United S...

Haitian Asylum-Seekers Face Discrimination In Tijuana Migrant Camp

April 1
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Black migrants must deal with both racism in Mexico, and unequal treatment from the U.S. government.

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