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Maria Chávez: Una Cátedra de Vida

January 20, 2017

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Maria Chávez: Una Cátedra de Vida

Por Alexandra Mendoza María Chávez volvió a nacer hace una década y desde entonces, ha dedicado esta segunda oportunidad a orientar con su conocimiento a quien lo necesite. Nacida en Mexicali, Baja California, Maria emigró junto a su familia a El Centro, California, a los once años. Ahí, ella ayudó a sus padres, ambos trabajadores […]

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Luncheon Celebrates Cross-Border Vision

January 20, 2017

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By Ana Gomez Salcido Officials and business leaders from both sides of the border gathered at the 2017 Cross-Border Vision Luncheon hosted by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce this Wednesday, January 18. Almost 200 people attended this event held at the Marriott Marquis & Marina hotel located in front of San Diego Bay. […]

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Homelessness Reaches Crisis Levels in City of San Diego

January 20, 2017

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Homelessness Reaches Crisis Levels in City of San Diego

By Marinee Zavala San Diego County has seen a significant increase in the number of homeless persons who have no choice but to live on the streets. Most sleep in the Downtown area on sidewalks in front of buildings, stadiums, homes, and government offices in a parade of tents on display within America’s Finest City. […]

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Maria Chavez: A Lesson in Living Life

January 20, 2017

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By Alexandra Mendoza Maria Chavez was born again 10 years ago, and has since then used her second chance at life to put her knowledge in the service of others. Born in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, Maria moved with her family to El Centro, California, when she was 11 years old. In El Centro,  she […]

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Women to Take to Streets

January 20, 2017

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By Ana Gomez Salcido Thousands of locals are expected to be part of the women’s march in San Diego in solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, January 21. Women, men, and children from different ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, and political affiliations will get together at 10 a.m. for this event that […]

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Camara Regional de Comercio Planea un 2017 Exitoso

January 20, 2017

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Por Ana Gómez Salcido Funcionarios y líderes de negocios de ambos lados de la frontera se reunieron este miércoles, 18 de enero, en el Almuerzo de Visión Fronteriza 2017 organizado por la Cámara Regional de Comercio de San Diego. Casi 200 personas asistieron a este evento realizado en el hotel Marriott Marquis & Marina ubicado […]

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El Chapo Extradited to US

January 20, 2017

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By Alberto Garcia  Mexico’s most notorious drug cartel leader arrived in New York on Thursday after being extradited to the United States to face charges in federal court. Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was taken on Thursday from a Mexican prison in Ciudad Juarez along the El Paso, Texas border by a group of American federal […]

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Marchan Contra Gasolinazo y Privatización del Agua en Baja California

January 18, 2017

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Marchan Contra Gasolinazo y Privatización del Agua en Baja California

Por Ana P. Ceballos Más de 11 mil tijuanenses marcharon este pasado domingo en contra de las políticas económicas de Enrique Peña Nieto, el llamado gasolinazo, y la privatización del agua en Baja California. Las protestas se realizaron el domingo, el mismo día de una marcha nacional donde miles de ciudadanos se unieron de manera […]

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Thousands March in Protest of Pervasive Corruption, High Fuel Prices

January 17, 2017

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By Ana P. Ceballos More than 11,000 Tijuana residents marched on Sunday in protest of a 20-percent uptick in gas prices and pervasive political corruption. The march was done in conjunction with thousands of other people across the country, but in Baja California residents had one more reason to protest: a newly approved law that […]

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Distrito Escolar Sweetwater Union Recibe $8.5 Millones de Dólares por Acuerdos Extrajudiciales

January 13, 2017

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Distrito Escolar Sweetwater Union Recibe $8.5 Millones de Dólares por Acuerdos Extrajudiciales

Por Eduardo Rueda Durante el desahogo de una junta extraordinaria de su junta directiva celebrada este pasado jueves, el Distrito Escolar Sweetwater Union autorizó dos acuerdos extrajudiciales que aportarán al Distrito $8.5 millones de dólares, con lo que al fin se cerrarán las últimas demandas restantes del escándalo de corrupción que generó 17 procedimientos extrajudiciales. […]

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Repaso Deportivo – Enero 13, 2017

January 13, 2017

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Por Samuel López MUNDIAL MÁS GRANDE Es oficial, el mundial del 2026 contará con 48 selecciones, 16 países adicionales fueron aprobados por el consejo del organismo por unanimidad. Bajo el formato, habrá 16 grupos de tres equipos en donde los dos primeros pasan a dieciseisavos de final. Con 80 partidos, en lugar de 64, FIFA […]

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Parque Chicano Declarado Sitio Histórico Nacional

January 13, 2017

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Parque Chicano Declarado Sitio Histórico Nacional

By Alexandra Mendoza El Departamento del Interior de los Estados Unidos designó al emblemático Parque Chicano del Barrio Logan como sitio histórico nacional, reconociendo su aportación cultural y valor histórico para el país. El nombramiento llega tras una lucha de años por parte de activistas y legisladores locales para proteger el patrimonio de este icónico […]

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Chargers Abandonan San Diego

January 13, 2017

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Chargers Abandonan San Diego

Por León Bravo Los Chargers ya no son de San Diego. La mañana del jueves, el  dueño de la franquicia, Dean Spanos, informó a los empleados administrativos y jugadores que el equipo se mudará a Los Ángeles. “Quisiera que se tratara de una información errónea o falsa, pero desafortunadamente es la realidad”, dijo el ex […]

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Eduardo Barreto: Success is in the Details

January 13, 2017

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By Ana Gomez Salcido After serving five years in the U.S. Navy, and after working for different companies in various industries, Eduardo Barreto accomplished his goal of being in business when he became office manager and partner at Pacific Coast Auto Detail Center, Inc. His business partner, R.J. Baylor, founded the company in 2004. Barreto […]

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San Diego’s State of the City Address

January 13, 2017

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By Alberto Garcia San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer delivered his annual State of the City address on Thursday and unveiled his priorities for the upcoming year. Faulconer outlined his plans for a Convention Center expansion, more programs to address homelessness, and increased spending for roads and infrastructure, along with revitalizing Balboa Park, expanding affordable housing, […]

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Chargers Leaving San Diego

January 13, 2017

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By Leon Bravo The Chargers are no longer San Diego’s team. On Thursday morning, Chargers’ President Dean Spanos, released a statement informing administrative staff and players that the team will move to Los Angeles. “At first I hoped it was fake news. It’s something that is unfathomable, but it is reality,” said former Chargers quarterback […]

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Sweetwater School District Receives $8.5 million in Legal Settlements

January 13, 2017

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By Eduardo Rueda The Sweetwater Union High School District approved two legal settlements at a special board meeting Thursday that will bring the District $8.5 million and end the last remaining lawsuits stemming from a 2012 corruption scandal that led to 15 indictments. The settlements resolve a series of lawsuits and cross complaints involving contractors […]

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