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Once Protected Family Faces Possible Deportation Under Trump Immigration Crackdown

Aug. 7
By Jean Guerrero

A family in East County is asking for help after the Trump administration revoked certain protections for people with pending private immigration bills in Congress.

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New School Year Comes With Stiffer Penalties For Foreign Scholars Who Overstay Visas

Aug. 8
By Megan Burks

The 2017 executive order that led to expanded immigration enforcement also called for immigration officials to clamp down on international scholars who overstay their visas. Those policies go into effect Thursday and could impact thousands of international students and faculty at San Diego universities.

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California Appeals Ruling To Let Border Wall Proceed

Aug. 7
By Associated Press

A federal appeals court will hear arguments Tuesday by the state of California and advocacy groups who contend the Trump administration overreached by waiving environmental reviews to speed construction of the president's prized border wall with Mexico.

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Tijuana Artist Highlights Trump's Family Separation Policy Through San Diego Murals

Aug. 7
By Jean Guerrero

A Tijuana artist is painting murals to raise awareness about the Trump administration’s family separations in San Diego.

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Judge Says Reuniting Families Is Government's Sole Burden

Aug. 3
By Associated Press

A federal judge on Friday said the Trump administration was solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of children who remain separated from the parents after being split at the U.S.-Mexico border, puncturing a government plan that put the onus on the American Civil Liberties Union.

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Feds, ACLU Disagree On How To Reunify Separated Families

Aug. 3
By Associated Press

The Trump administration and the American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday revealed widely divergent plans on how to reunite hundreds of immigrant children with parents who have been deported since the families were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Border Patrol Seizes Largest-Ever Stash Of Fentanyl Pills At US-Mexico Port

Aug. 3
By City News Service

A 19-year-old U.S. citizen living in Tijuana was arrested at the San Ysidro Port of Entry with 61 pounds of methamphetamine, 14 pounds of heroin and just under 11,500 fentanyl pills, authorities said.

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State Allocates Half A Million Dollars To Monitor Air Quality In San Ysidro

Aug. 3
By City News Service, Katie Schoolov

Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, Friday addressed the California Air Resources Board's recent $492,000 donation to Casa Familiar to continue air quality monitoring in San Ysidro.

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UC San Diego Science Program Unites Students From Both Sides Of Border

Aug. 2
By Megan Burks

A San Diego program to improve cross-border collaboration in the sciences has seen record enrollment this summer, despite political tension at the border.

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Activists Claim Bullying Against Muslim Middle School Student In El Cajon

Aug. 1
By KPBS News, Megan Burks

The Council on American-Islamic Relations said the 14-year-old girl and her parents were attacked by eight to 10 students who had followed her home from Greenfield Middle School.