Andrés BarrazaNews Intern
Andrés Barraza was a newsroom intern covering general assignment stories. He helped produce local news reports for KPBS radio and contributes to KPBS.org. He is interested in political, environmental, and border issues. He recently graduated from the University of San Diego with a B.A. in communication studies. Originally from Southern Arizona, Andrés lived in Sonora, Mexico before moving to San Diego in 2003. Andrés plans on pursuing a career in public radio and is an avid listener of NPR’s “This American Life.”
The court put on hold a ruling that approved an abortion for a pregnant woman whose fetus has a fatal diagnosis, throwing into limbo a challenge to one of the most restrictive bans in the U.S.
Imperial Beach Mayor Paloma Aguirre's address highlights urgent needs: tackling the cross-border sewage crisis, housing projects, homeless support and city improvements.
Regional officials said the decision would be a significant blow to San Diego's economy.
State officials say $72 million from the Biden administration is the first major federal funding to address harmful impacts as the Salton Sea recedes.
In 2020, the state agreed to a settlement in a lawsuit that claimed too many students were not learning to read. As part of that agreement, the state spent over $50 million on 75 schools with the lowest reading scores.
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