Border Patrol SWAT Units to Provide Backup for ICE Raids

By Arturo Castañares Editor-at-Large The Trump Administration is taking a bold new step in apprehending undocumented immigrants in sanctuary cities by deploying para-military SWAT units on ICE raids. Starting next week and running through May, 100 specially-trained SWAT agents will be sent to Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, San […]

Asylum Seekers Killed, Raped, Tortured After Return to El Salvador

By Sandra G. Leon A new report documents that over 200 people that were refused asylum in the United States were murdered, raped, or tortured after they returned to their native El Salvador. Human Rights Watch, an international non-governmental organization headquartered in New York City, released the report that documents the conditions asylum seekers face […]

New Trade Deal with Mexico Included $300M for Tijuana River Valley

By Arturo Castanares Editor-at-Large The recently signed international trade agreement between the US, Mexico, and Canada included funding to help address raw sewage spilling into San Diego’s waters from Mexico. President Trump signed the new US Mexico Canada Agreement, called USMCA, on January 29, after nearly a year of negotiations between the three countries. The […]

Encontraron el túnel más extenso y sofisticado en la frontera

Por Aldo García Autoridades federales develaron esta semana en San Diego información sobre el que sería el túnel de más largo jamás encontrado en la frontera, que se extiende a más de tres cuartos de milla de un pequeño edificio industrial en Tijuana, hacia el sur del condado. La oficina de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza […]

El muro de Trump parece no resistir el viento

Por Aldo García Una parte el muro que se construye en Calexico, California, se inclinó y estuvo a punto de caer al lado mexicano de la frontera, cuando fue sujeto con cables de acero y equipo pesado que impidió que se derrumbara. Los obreros que levantan esa parte del muro del presidente Donald Trump reaccionaron […]

Analizan Posible Caso De Coronavirus En San Diego

Por Algo García La Agencia de Servicios Humanos y de la Salud del condado de San Diego informó que analiza “un caso potencial de corona virus”, a una persona resiente local que recientemente viajó a China. Informó que autoridades de Salud tomaron muestras del paciente y las enviaron al Centro para el Control de las […]

LA Lakers’ Kobe Bryant, Daughter Killed in Helicopter Crash

La Prensa Staff (Updated January 30) Basketball legend Kobe Bryant died Sunday when the helicopter he and eight others were riding in crashed in heavy fog near Calabasas in western Los Angeles. Bryant, 41, was traveling with his 13-year old daughter, Gianna, and seven others to a girls’ basketball game that was going to be […]

Five Latino/a Candidates Run to Replace Sup. Cox

By Sandra G. Leon (Updated February 1, 2020) Long-time local elected official Greg Cox is now serving his last year in office on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, and five candidates are campaigning to replace him as the First District Supervisor representing the areas of San Diego County from Point Loma, downtown, Southeast […]