US federal drug enforcement agents discovered a sophisticated tunnel and seized nearly two tons of drugs that were headed for the US deep under new sections of the border wall built during the Trump Administration.
By Sandra G. Leon The number of COVID-19 cases reported by County health officials on Monday includes 84 new cases, including a second San Diego Police Department officer. The new totals show that the largest age group of the population with confirmed cases are between 30-39 with 148 cases, followed by 121 cases among people […]
For the first time in San Diego history, the two candidates running for Mayor in the General Election will both be Democrats, with no Republican having made the run-off election.
Congress and President Trump just passed the largest government bailout in world history but the over $2 trillion package will exclude millions of residents that do not have Social Security numbers or ITINs for filing tax returns.
A handful of protesters wearing face masks and holding “STAY AT HOME” signs used their cars to block traffic from entering Mexico at the Nogales port of entry on Wednesday for fear of COVID-19 infections from the US.
President Donald Trump instituted a limited reduction of non-essential traffic across the US-Mexico border starting on Saturday but it does not affect US citizens or lawful US residents, and allows non-US residents to cross for employment, business, school, medical treatment, visiting family, and governmental work.
The large event hall in downtown where politicians gather on election nights will now house some of San Diego’s most vulnerable homeless population as the City prepared for an anticipated increase in COVID-19 cases.
Governor Newsom ordered a stop to all non-essential travel in the state for the foreseeable future to help stop the spread of the COVI-19 virus which experts now warn could infect up to 56% of the state’s nearly 40 million residents.
The US Secretary of State and Mexico’s Foreign Secretary are in negotiations to find a way to restrict non-essential travel across the US-Mexico border to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
A new study released this week by a Washington, D.C. think tank finds that Latino and Black workers are “much less likely” to be able to work from home during the coronavirus crisis.
The San Diego City Council and Mayor have approved an emergency moratorium on all evictions within the City of San Diego for 30 days as residents and businesses deal with the immediate fallout of the coronavirus.
Disgraced former Congressman Duncan D. Hunter was sentenced to 11 months in prison on Tuesday for misusing campaign funds on personal expenses including vacations, video games for his son, private school tuition for his kids, and even an airline ticket for his pet rabbit.
Children between the ages of 2 and 18 can still get free meals for breakfast and lunch at certain school sites throughout the county during the school closures due to the coronavirus.
California voters may have been a little confused on Election Day when they saw Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente on ballot for President under three different parties. It was no mistake, and it wasn’t just one man.
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Saturday declared that alcoholic drinking establishments close during the coronavirus outbreak, including bars, nightclubs, wineries, and beer brewpubs.
Steve Padilla, a Chula Vista Councilman and Chairman of the California Coastal Commission, announced on Twitter that he has tested positive for the coronavirus.
After more than three years of threats by President Donald Trump to close the US border with Mexico over illegal immigration and narcotics smuggling, now Mexican officials are contemplating restrictions or monitoring of Southbound traffic due to the spread of the coronavirus in the US.