By Pablo Quilantan: On Oct. 1, 2020 the City of Chula Vista slammed its residents with an astoundingly high ambulance transport rate of $3,881.56.
By Pablo Quilantan: On Oct. 1, 2020 the City of Chula Vista slammed its residents with an astoundingly high ambulance transport rate of $3,881.56.
Navarro inserted himself into the debate over the election during an interview on CNBC instead of discussing the President’s recent executive order banning investments in Chinese companies that advance that country’s military capabilities.
A drunk driver that drive his truck off the Coronado Bridge and killed four people at Chicano Park has been released from prison after serving less than three years of a nearly 10 year sentence.
Republicans are already starting to pivot to start to rebuild the shambles of their party in what now seems like Donald Trump’s inevitable defeat.
By Barbara Chávez Ybarra: I am thrilled and excited to see a woman, Barbara Bry, become our next Mayor of San Diego. There are so many reasons for my supporting Barbara Bry who is a more than qualified woman for the job.
By Richard Ybarra: I believe that Barbara Bry will win and make Black Lives Matter, and all the rest of our lives better, to the everlasting benefit of our residents and our San Diego.
The 92154 area of South San Diego has the highest number of confirmed virus cases with 3,186, Chula Vista’s 91911 area is second with 2,841, and the 91910 area is third with 2,243 cases.
Lawyers suing the City of San Diego and developers involved in the 101 Ash St building transaction are asking for all documents to be released and joined mayoral candidate Barbara Bry and City Attorney candidate Cory Briggs in asking for an independent investigation.
The US government can not locate the families of 545 children separated from their parents under the Trump Administration border policy that has held thousands of kids during the past three years.
We believe Cory Briggs will fight for the public, defend taxpayers, and provide clear-eyed advice to the members of the City Council BEFORE they make decisions that could end up costing even more in the long run.
City parking enforcement officers and police officers will again issue citations for expired meters, unlawful commercial zone use, overtime parking in white and green zones, and other parking restrictions on City streets.
Honest, Experienced, & Focused. In this election, we believe Barbara Bry will better lead our city into a brighter and more prosperous future for all San Diegans.
A dedicated traffic lane for commercial trucks moving to and from the port would help reduce traffic through communities close to the waterfront, including Barrio Logan, Logan Heights, and the East Village.
A spokesperson for Mayor Faulconer offers denial of allegations over Mayor’s role in 101 Ash St. building, but the statement leads to more questions.
The number of cases at San Diego State University have kept the region from falling off the higher restriction level that mandates some businesses to close and others to limit customers.
The current San Diego City Attorney and her two immediate predecessors have differing views on who is responsible for the final approval of the 101 Ash St building deal.
Former Congressman Darrell Issa took a federal COVID-19 relief loan for one of his businesses then loaned more money to his campaign for Congress.
The most awarded tequila announces National Guacamole Day will help guac lovers nationwide sidestep that pesky guac add-on fee.
A new law signed by Gov Newsom on Friday could allow more adults convicted of sex with a child as young as 14 years old to escape being registered as a sex offender.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer waste $16 million more in an effort to shield himself from political criticism over “Papa” Doug Manchester, and everyone else went along with the taxpayer boondoggle by agreeing to disguise the purchase of the building as a lease.
The 19th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States were commemorated with a moment of silence at Ground Zero, the Pentagon, and an empty field in Pennsylvania where one of the hijacked airliners crashed.
A girls’ Catholic high school in San Diego closed after just nine days of in-class schooling after two new COVID-19 cases were reported among students.
Emails from 2016 show City efforts to raise the value of a building by signing a 20-year deal and the former City Attorney focuses attention on current City Attorney Mara Elliott as the final backstop for the now-crumbling deal.
The Legislature and Governor passed a new law extending an eviction moratorium due to COVID-19 through the end of January to help renters remain in their homes during the pandemic.
We should understand, acknowledge, and support social change through activism, not discourage it. We should all be free to use our decisions, personal and financial, in ways that express our beliefs and opinions.
By Herman Baca: Fifty years later, I can still vividly remember what happened to me personally and politically in Los Angeles on August 29, 1970. At the time, I was 27 years old, today I’m 77.
The Customs and Border Protections (CBP) has made changes at the border that have increased northbound wait lines in an effort to discourage non-essential travel between the US and Mexico.
The President’s older sister was recorded in private conversations where she said her younger brother and Commander-in-Chief is “out for Donald, period”, “Donald is cruel”, and “You can’t trust him”.
SPECIAL ELECTION COVERAGE: The two candidates competing to be the next mayor of San Diego come from distinctly different backgrounds and from different generations but from the same political party in what is San Diego’s first Democrat-only mayor’s election.
The leader of the San Diego Republican Party appeared in a video in the 1990s with pictures of Adolf Hitler and Nazi salutes, but he now refuses to comment on his involvement in the racist video.
The San Diego Padres set a record by hitting a grand slam in four consecutive games, something no team has ever done in the 144 year history of major league baseball.
San Diego County health officials report that the daily death rate in the county has fallen below 100 per 100,000 residents for the second day in a row and could get San Diego removed from the State’s monitoring watch list if the trend continues through Friday.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden made history this week when he announced that California Senator Kamala Harris will be his running mate, making her the first African-American woman and also the first Indian-American on a major party presidential ticket.
New data released on Friday by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that overall unemployment decreased in July, but rates for Latinos and Blacks remain stubbornly higher than that of Asians and especially White workers.
After only a smattering of games into a 60-game season, the Padres reside in the penthouse of the NL West, and although they are likely just warming the seat for the Dodgers, the view isn’t bad from the top.
By Senator Toni G. Atkins: The Census is the only way for us to determine the true definition of America – whether you live in the largest metropolitan cities or miles down rural routes.
State Assemblyman and now-candidate for Mayor of San Diego Todd Gloria has consistently told voters that he’s “the son of a maid and a gardener” as a way to demonstrate that he’s not part of the elite political establishment but critics are challenging that narrative.
The San Diego City Council this week approved a plan to allow homeowners to add tiny homes to their properties to help provide affordable housing for students, seniors, and young residents.
The Chula Vista City Council moved to transition ambulance services to the city’s fire department without significant public input, which could be costly for the city’s more than 270,000 residents.
President Donald Trump again raised the issue of the cognitive test he took in 2018 to help defend attacks by critics that challenge his mental abilities.
Sewage spilling into the ocean from the Tijuana River Valley forced the closure of beaches from the border through Imperial Beach on Wednesday.
For the first time in history, Latinos are the largest racial group among California students accepted into the prestigious University of California system.
The Trump Administration backtracked on Tuesday and will not seek to end Visas for foreign students at US schools that are offering all classes online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two upcoming exhibitions at the New Americans Museum (the NAM) at Liberty Station look to inspire a greater understanding of the impact of war both on the individual and on our American society.
The US Supreme Court ruled on two cases Thursday both dealing with President Donald Trump’s tax returns, with one decision allowing the disclose of his tax information, but the other denying Congress access to them.
The current presidents of the US and Mexico met for the first time on Wednesday and signed a joint declaration celebrating the newly revised trade agreement between the US, Mexico, and Canada which replaces NAFTA.
A new high school in San Diego is offering students a combination of strong academics and real-world career experience to better prepare them for college and beyond.
The total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the US surpassed three million this week as the rates of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to rise in several states, including in California.
The population of the United States grew during the past ten years only because of high birth rates among minority groups and immigration from foreign countries, according to new data estimates released by the US Census Bureau.
Every time the country has confronted a case of police brutality or excessive force by officers, police agencies have responded with the same defense and explanation for the intolerable behavior: it was only a few “bad apples” and not a systemic problem.
The San Diego City Council voted on Tuesday to extend a citywide hold on evictions that was set to expire on June 30th and will give renters more relief during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A federal judge has ordered that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) release children being held at three family detention centers by July 17th to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 among those populations.
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the Trump Administration cannot divert money appropriated by Congress for the military to instead be spent on building a border wall.
In three and a half years, Donald Trump has now surpassed the total number of federal judges George W. Bush appointed in two full terms.
A picture of the noose found this past weekend in the race car garage area of the only black driver in the highest level of stock car racing has been released after the FBI concluded it was not left as a hate crime.
A convicted murder that gunned down a San Diego Police officer during a 1978 traffic stop was granted parole today despite opposition from San Diego County’s District Attorney and San Diego’s Police Chief.
Un asesino convicto que mató a tiros a un oficial de policía de San Diego durante una parada de tráfico en 1978, obtuvo hoy la libertad condicional a pesar de la oposición de la fiscalía del condado de San Diego y del jefe de la policía.
A South Bay home flying various flags, including two connected to the Confederacy, has caused some discomfort and complaints among residents of the Chula Vista’s Eastlake area.
President Trump held his first campaign rally in over 100 days on Saturday and told the crowd that he asked his staff to “slow the testing down” as coronavirus tests revealed more confirmed cases of the deadly virus.
Democrats in Congress did everything they could last year to prove that Donald Trump abused the office of President, but they lacked any first-hand witness to corroborate the numerous details provided by diplomats and staffers who drew dots but couldn’t connect them all. Until now.
California Governor Gavin Newsom issued an order requiring residents to wear face coverings in public settings where social distancing is not possible or where interacts are prolonged, but with various specific exceptions.
El tribunal supremo dio otro golpe a la administración del Presidente Trump al decidir que la casa blanca erróneamente puso fin a la acción diferida programa (DACA) el ano pasado.
The Supreme Court on Thursday delivered another blow to the Trump Administration by deciding that the White Hosue wrongfully ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program last year.
San Diego County Public Health Officer Dr. Wilma Wooten released new statistics showing that Latinos have borne a disproportionate level of COVID-19 infections in the County and she offered some possible reasons for the high number of cases in the community.
Treasury and SBA refuse to disclose names of companies that received bailout loans, but reports show that firms connected to four Members of Congress received COVID-19 bailout funds they themselves approved.
The San Diego Zoo and the Safari Park in Escondido re-opened their gates on Tuesday in a soft opening for annual pass members through Thursday before they both open to all visitors on Saturday.
The United States Supreme Court issued two rulings today that saw conservative Justices side with the four liberal members of the Court in separate cases that defend transsexual employees from discrimination and uphold California’s “sanctuary state” laws.
Parents and high school seniors in Coronado took it upon themselves to organize a graduation celebration on the beach after their school canceled its planned ceremony due to the COVID-19 restriction still in place.
Venerating the symbols, statues, leaders, and flag of the Confederate States of America has no place in our society now more than 155 years after the end of the war that nearly torn our country apart.
Southwestern College is taking advantage of historically low interest rates and will refinance existing bonds as well as issue more debt to continue its facilities improvement plans.
After months of inactivity caused by precautions to curb the spread of the Coronavirus, a group of artists working on a mural honor an immigrant killed at the border has returned to Chicano Park to complete its piece.
A concerted effort is afoot among conservative voices to build a misleading counter-narrative to the public protests about racial bias by police: that whites are more likely to be killed by police than people of color.
COVID-19 restrictions will be eased for gyms, camps, and hotels beginning June 12th under new guidelines released by California Governor Gavin Newsom.
As protests that raged around the country reached the gates outside the White House yesterday, Donald Trump was rushed to a secure underground bunker to literally and figuratively hide away from the racial tensions that were boiling over on the street of America.
The San Diego Police Department today announced that it will ban officers from using the restraint hold that killed Geoge Floyd in Minneapolis last week and has led to days of protests and riots across the country.
A Chula Vista church’s emergency appeal to California Governor Gavin Newsom’s order limiting church services during the COVID-19 pandemic was rejected by the Supreme Court on Friday.
President Trump sent out a Twitter message in response to ongoing protests and rioting in Minneapolis after the death of a black man at the hands of a white police officer that borrowed a term used during similar riots in Miami in 1967.
President Trump signed an Executive Order against social media companies that he say “totally silence conservatives voices”, vowing that “we cannot allow a limited number of online platforms to hand-pick the speech that Americans may access and convey online”.
The Minneapolis Police officer that killed a black suspect while arresting him on Monday has been arrested and charged with murder as protests continue in Minneapolis, as well as in Boston, Massachusetts; Memphis, Tennessee; Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Denver, Colorado; and Los Angeles.
As we reach 100,000 deaths from the COVID-19 virus, we compare death rates from other causes that show how deadly this pandemic has been in the US.
San Diego County health officials have announced that the region can start moving into a broader re-opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, including allowing restaurants, barbers shops and hair salons to open, and churches but with some restrictions.
The Chula Vista Charitable Foundation (CVCF) has awarded $101,203 to six nonprofit organizations to help enhance the quality of life for older adults in Chula Vista.
The entire California State University system will close its campuses for the Fall semester as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause disruptions in the normal course of life.
County of San Diego officials are allowing some businesses to reopen as part of a phased plan to allow some sectors to expand services with some restrictions to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Governor Gavin Newson has ordered all 58 county registrars of voters in California to send absentee ballots to all registered voters to ease concerns about whether it will be safe to vote in person during the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Trump is demanding that new sections of the border wall be painted black in a move that could add at least half a billion dollars to the cost of the project.
Just as states are removing COVID-19 quarantine orders, a new policy by the US Defense Department will permanently bar any person that had the coronavirus from joining the military.
A man from El Salvador being held at the Otay Mesa Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility contracted the COVID-19 virus and died at a local hospital after being on a ventilator for nearly a week.
The US federal government has offered loans to states to help them through the COVID-19 crisis and the State of California is now the first state to access those funds.
When former Vice-President Joe Biden became the front runner for the Democratic nomination he commuted to selecting a woman as his running mate. By choosing a woman to share the ticket, Biden could help make history if the first woman and first person of color as Vice-President in history is elected with him in November.
By Alberto Garcia California Governor Gavin Newson said on Tuesday that schools in the state may open in late July or early August, but he […]
San Diego County health officials yesterday released updated statistics that show only 1.5% of the County’s population has been tested for the COVID-19 virus, totaling 50,271 tests and 3,432 confirmed cases.
Never before has a check from the IRS to taxpayers carried the name of the President of the United States. But then again, never before has the country had a showman television reality star serving as the Commander-in-Chief.
Scholar Lizbeth De La Cruz Santana led a group of 15 volunteers in pasting up a mural on the border wall in the beachside enclave of Playas de Tijuana which features the faces of immigrants and deportees who arrived in the United States as children and have lived their entire adult lives in the United States.
The County of San Diego now offers an online map of COVID-19 cases by community to track how the virus is impacting local neighborhoods, and the data shows lower-income communities are being hit disproportionately harder.
The emergency loan program that was targeted to help small businesses retain workers during the COVID-19 crisis tapped out its $349 billion after approving over 1.6 million loans, but some of the loans went to large publicly-held corporations and wealthy institutions like Harvard University.
PERSPECTIVE: Biden’s VP Could Serve 10 Years as President. Former Vice-President Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee for president now that Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race and endorsed him, along with Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobucher, and even former President Barack Obama.
Over 33,000 undocumented immigrants remain in the custody of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) after 72 detainees have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus, including one at the Otay Mesa Detention Center in South San Diego.
US Center for Disease Control (CDC) experts confirmed last night than more than 2 million COVID-19 tests have been performed in the US, which means that approximately 99.4 percent of the country has not been tested for the deadly virus.
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.
The number of COVID-19 cases reported by County health officials nearly doubled in seven days, bringing the county totals to 1,454 confirmed cases and 31 deaths after more than 20,000 residents have been tested.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
All school districts in San Diego County will close all schools beginning on Monday in a precaution as the spread of the coronavirus continues and now includes five presumptive cases in San Diego.
By Arturo Castañares Editor-at-Large (Story updated Match 13, 2020 @ 6:58 pm) The race to be the next Mayor of San Diego is still undecided […]
By Mario A. Cortez Despite being a National Historic Landmark in the heart of the City, many San Diegans still don’t know Chicano Park. But […]
By Arturo Castañares Editor-at-Large (Story updated March 8, 2020 @ 5:01 pm) Super Tuesday brought many national and local races into more clear focus and […]
A celebration in Barrio Logan of food, craft beer, live music, live art, and live history will honor the history of the ‘Batallón de San Patricio’ Irish soldiers that fought alongside Mexican troops in the Mexican-American War.
The Democratic political establishment has begun to jump on the growing bandwagon of former Vice-President Joe Biden on the eve of the biggest day in the primary elections season.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg was scheduled to hold a rally at San Ysidro High School on Monday, January 2, but, instead, announced he will be suspending his campaign on Sunday.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has stopped President Trump’s policy of sending asylum-seeking migrants back to Mexico while they wait for their asylum applications to be reviewed.
Arturo Castanares Editor-at-Large Putting America first has been the mantra during Donald Trump’s presidency where he’s engaged in trade wars, naming calling, military assassinations, and […]
The Supreme Court ruled that the parents of a Mexican boy shot to death from across the by a US Border Patrol agent cannot sue for wrongful death.
Few political pundits expected Bernie Sanders to do so well among Latinos in last week’s Nevada caucuses where the Vermont Senator garnered 54% of the Latino vote that helped propel him comfortably into first place in the Silver State.
A group of San Diegans affected by California’s Assembly Bill 5 arrived at an Elizabeth Warren campaign event in Barrio Logan where the bill’s author, State Assemblymember Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher (D-San Diego), was to speak before a stump speech by Obama-era HUD secretary Julian Castro.
A meeting of nearly 100 Latino community leaders and activists in Los Angeles last week led to a historic endorsement of Bernie Sanders for President just two weeks before the California primary election.
By Alberto Garcia New statistics released by US Customs & Border Protection show that most immigrants arrested entering the US as family units were released […]
La Bodega Gallery in Barrio Logan will live on in the neighborhood inside a former heavy machinery workshop on the corner of National and Sicard, known as The National 92113.
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 […]
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.
Autoridades federales revelaron 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.
San Diego State University’s proposal to buy SDCCU Stadium from the City for a new stadium, student housing, and commercial development was approved this week by the California State University system’s Board of Trustees.
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 […]
The San Diego County Board of Education’s Superintendent failed to report expensive dinners he received from lawyers that worked for the county district at the time, and he now denies the dinners ever happened.
El cierre de oportunidades de solicitar asilo desde podría forzar a algunos migrantes a tratar de internarse de manera indocumentada a Estados Unidos
A recent state audit report that made allegations of illegal campaign contributions and corruption has been revised after it was revealed its conclusions were based solely on unsubstantiated rumors.
La Prensa asked for all documents related to the Police Department’s use of ARJIS services, as well as the agreements involved in securing the use of the system. After more than two weeks, La Prensa did not receive any response from the SDPD or the City. We hope the court action will compel the release of the documents as provided by state and federal laws.
Residentes y activistas por los derechos de inquilinos se reunieron para traer atención a los rápidos aumentos a los precios de renta en comunidades marginadas.
Local residents and tenants rights activists gathered in City Heights to bring attention to the issue of quickly rising rent prices and to call on City Council to take action on a rent control ordinance which would cap yearly increases to 2%.
“We know (the wall) is there… but we have our own elegant way of ignoring it, of hosting our fandango and celebration, showing the wall that it does not matter to us”
El presidente de los Estados Unidos Donald Trump amagó con decretar aumentos de aranceles graduales a bienes y servicios provenientes de México a partir del 10 de junio si el gobierno mexicano falla en detener el flujo de migrantes centroamericanos hacia la frontera que comparten estos dos países
Even though the violence that Mexican families flee from is no different than the one that forces Central American families to leave their homes, Mexican families have less success in having their asylum petitions granted.
El pleno del congreso puede deliberar desde esta semana una propuesta que ya aprobó el comité judicial para dar acceso a la ciudadanía estadunidense a unos 800,000 beneficiarios del programa DACA.
El pasado lunes 20 de mayo murió Carlos Hernández, joven guatemalteco de 16 años, en un centro de detención para migrantes en Texas. Con esto suman cinco los decesos de menores después de haber sido detenidos en la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México desde diciembre.
The Mexican Government purportedly aided U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in collecting a file on journalists, attorneys and activists suspected of helping migrants cross the border illegally last year.
La Coalición de Comunidades Fronterizas inició un proyecto para conformar “una nueva visión para la frontera en el Siglo XXI”, para que los actuales candidatos a la presidencia estadunidense entiendan quienes son y cuales son los valores de los más de 15 millones de residentes en el área.
El gobierno de México habría ayudado a la oficina de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza (CBP, por sus siglas en inglés) a elaborar un archivo de periodistas, abogados y activistas que presuntamente habrían ayudado a migrantes a cruzar la frontera el año pasado.
An extraordinary audit report analyzing the San Ysidro School District’s financial mismanagement released last week by the California Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team is being criticized for containing several inaccurate claims and allegations.
With a “better safe than sorry” lens, California Governor Gavin Newsom released a proposed $213.5 billion spending plan that includes preparation for a new economic downturn which could result in a $70-billion, three-year hit in revenues.
“Yo quisiera regresarme para ayudar a mi esposa y mis hijos, porque fíjese que con dos meses de camino y luego esperar tres meses, y a la mejor de todos modos nos van a deportar y para eso es tiempo que uno no puede trabajar”.
“If it is true that we are going to be charged a fee in order to request asylum, I don’t think anyone will have the money to pay it.”
El presidente Donald Trump propone que desde finales de julio su administración cobre a los migrantes que soliciten asilo una tarifa no especificada por los trámites.
California y otros tres estados aprobaron leyes que prohibirían al presidente Donald Trump incluirse en boletas electorales a menos que cumpla antes con el requisito de publicar los reportes de sus impuestos de los últimos años.
Las organizaciones criminales trasnacionales cobran a los migrantes una especie de impuesto por permitirles pasar o entrar a territorios a lo largo de su camino a Estados Unidos.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld California’s so-called “Sanctuary” law that allows the State and cities to limit their cooperation with federal immigration agencies.
By Manuel Ocaño Mrs. Adela says her daughter felt hurt when some of her classmates started mocking her by chanting that President Trump is going […]
Más de la mitad de todos los estadunidenses consultados (el 56 por ciento) opina que, durante la presidencia de Trump, la división étnica y la confrontación han aumentado.
This Monday, a federal judge in California temporarily blocked the Trump Administration’s policy of returning Central American asylum seekers to Tijuana and Mexicali as they wait for their court hearings. He also ordered for those immigrants who have already had their initial court date to be immediately returned to the United States.
En la Universidad de California en San Diego (UCSD) entró en operaciones esta semana un centro de investigaciones en tiempo real sobre temas de migración que busca auxiliar a periodistas, académicos y funcionarios con responsabilidad de decidir políticas públicas.
“Venimos a los tribunales para detener un intento desesperado del presidente Trump de financiar su muro fronterizo con una falsa emergencia nacional y con el dinero de los contribuyentes”
Apegándose al decálogo de apoyo a los mexicanos en el exterior que presentó el canciller mexicano Marcelo Ebrard esta semana, el Consulado General de México en San Diego realizó un foro consultivo como parte de una serie con la que se busca acercar a los ciudadanos mexicanos en el extranjero al Plan Nacional de Desarrollo de la actual presidencia.
Por Manuel Ocaño El canciller mexicano Marcelo Ebrard presentó un decálogo de acciones con las que el gobierno de México apoyará desde ahora a los […]
By Manuel Ocaño Organizations such as the Southern Border Communities Coalition reject the Trump administration’s version of the humanitarian and national security crisis which warrants […]
Por Manuel Ocaño El presidente Donald Trump dijo que esta semana podría venir a San Diego, cuando también advierte que podría cerrar indefinidamente la frontera […]
Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), presidente de Mexico, destacó que el plan de seguridad nacional ha comenzado a reducir la delincuencia y a restaurar confianza en Tijuana.
Por Manuel Ocaño Las organizaciones que demandaron al gobierno del presidente Donald Trump por enviar a centroamericanos a Tijuana y otras ciudades fronterizas dijeron en […]
Una niña estadunidense de nueve años de edad que vive en Tijuana, pero estudia en San Diego, fue detenida durante 30 horas e interrogada dentro de la garita de San Ysidro porque según las autoridades fue inconsistente al responder preguntas de oficiales fronterizos.
El Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Pública de México divulgó resultados de un estudio que identifica a la ciudad de Tijuana como la ciudad más violenta en todo el mundo.
Gavin Newsom, gobernador de California, canceló esta semana la pena capital en dicho territorio, con lo que 40 presos mexicanos condenados a muerte, de ellos varios bajacalifornianos, se salvaron de una eventual ejecución.
El primer grupo de 33 migrantes, incluidos 13 niños, de la tercera caravana ya comenzó a llegar a Tijuana y, según organizaciones no gubernamentales y fuentes oficiales, podría tratarse de hasta 13,000 personas aunque no todas ellas vengan a la frontera de San Diego.
Persecuciones que terminan en accidentes, uno de ellos fatal, y uso de pickups para derribar la barda metálica fronteriza son parte de un aumento en uso de vehículos para ingresar sin permiso al país, según la Patrulla Fronteriza en San Diego.
Las empresas de redes sociales deben hacer mucho más para garantizar que sus plataformas no se utilicen para difundir información errónea y organizar actividades de odio.
Sumándose a Chicano Federation en 2017 como directora de programas, el talento y liderazgo de Nancy Maldonado fue percibido brevemente dentro de la organización, llevándola a ser promovida a directora de operaciones en 2018 y luego a CEO de esta organización este mes de enero.
Por Manuel Ocaño En gobierno de Estados Unidos anunció que acelerará sin limitarse por leyes ambientales el reemplazo de muro en la frontera de San […]
El procurador general de California Xavier Becerra, hijo de inmigrantes mexicanos, respondió con una serie de cuestionamientos al segundo informe de gobierno del presidente Donald Trump.
After living in San Diego county for 27 years, Juan Barraza, now deported, has faced tough times. Just this past Saturday, rain flooded the five-square-foot tent he’s been living in at a Tijuana public park.
Después de vivir 27 años en el condado de San Diego, Juan Barraza, como deportado, ha tenido que enfrentar situaciones como la del pasado sábado, cuando la lluvia inundó la tienda de campaña de cinco pies cuadrados en la que vive en una plaza pública en Tijuana.
As the most recent migrant caravan is just getting to Mexico City, one of the families among them rushed ahead for humanitarian reasons and has now crossed into San Diego seeking asylum.
A coordinated trio of new programs that aims to bring human trafficking education, prevention, and awareness training into every public school in San Diego County and protect children from exploitation under the umbrella of the newly-established San Diego Trafficking Prevention Collective was recently announced.
Una familia de la caravana migrante que apenas llega a la Ciudad de México se adelantó por motivos humanitarios y ya cruzó a solicitar asilo a San Diego.
The San Diego Sector Border Patrol is now equipped with vehicle-mounted video cameras capable of surveillance up to six miles away, according to information provided by PureTech Systems, the high-tech company that designs the cameras.
Local residents interested in learning about bicycle road safety can learn about safer riding practices at a class being offered by the San Diego Bicycle Coalition on Saturday, Feb. 2 starting at 9 a.m. at the Copley-Price YMCA in City Heights.
By Manuel Ocaño Close to 1,500 migrants have departed from Honduras in two separate groups headed for the U.S.-Mexico border – tentatively Tijuana – with […]
Cerca de 1,500 migrantes partieron en dos grupos separados desde Honduras con intención de llegar a la frontera, tentativamente a Tijuana, para solicitar asilo en Estados Unidos.
On a cold afternoon under a cloudy sky outside el Barretal, the main migrant shelter in southeastern Tijuana, an older couple, Rosalba and her husband Walter stand together watching a group of migrants pick out donated clothes from a dark grey truck with California plates.
En la madrugada de este primero de enero, agentes de la patrulla fronteriza arrojaron por lo menos ocho granadas de gases lacrimógenos a familias y migrantes que intentaban cruzar a Imperial Beach, sin que se reportaran heridos.
María Meza, the woman in the viral picture of a mother running with two of her children from tear gas launched by Border Patrol into Tijuana, has finally been conditionally released in San Diego with all four of her minor children.
La madre hondureña cuya fotografía se volvió viral al huir con dos de sus hijas de gases lacrimógenos que disparó la patrulla fronteriza hacia Tijuana se encuentra finalmente en libertad condicional en San Diego
El 1 de enero de 2019, el salario mínimo en la ciudad de San Diego se incrementará de 11.50 a 12 dólares por hora para empleados que laboren por lo menos dos horas de trabajo por semana.
By Manuel Ocaño Most of the images circulating about the immigrant caravan in San Diego thus far have been the thousands of troops deployed, the […]
It’s a new day for women and people of color in San Diego politics, as newcomers step into elected positions throughout the County.
By Alberto García t’s official! The San Diego City Council will have three new members when they are sworn in on Monday, December 10. The […]
La plática sobre la huelga de hambre inició entre migrantes el martes. Para el jueves en la mañana algunos de ellos hablaron con la prensa y estaban dispuestos a comenzar un ayuno en que los migrantes se fueran rotando.
By Marielena Castellanos A recent survey from the Pew Research Center finds more Latinos are feeling troubled about their place in America under President Trump. […]
El sonido de los pasos de Fátima Del Carmen Castro sobre el malecón de Playas de Tijuana se pierde entre requintos de conjuntos norteños y las olas que se azotan sobre la costa. Aún después de haber recorrido las geografías de tres países, ella sigue caminando, buscando ganarse la vida dignamente vendiendo brochetas de camarón asado mientras espera su ingreso a Estados Unidos
City Heights is home to immigrants and refugees from all over the world, from Central America to East Africa. The City Heights Community Development Corporation states there are over 80,000 residents and there are more than 30 languages and a number of dialects spoken.
Tuesday’s mid-term election delivered wins and losses to both parties at the national, state, and local levels. Here are a few of the top headlines from the election results as they stand today.
After years of serving as an aide to the local councilman, Vivian Moreno is now working to help lead San Diego and hopes to be the first woman elected to the City Council’s Eighth District.
Kirstjen Nielsen, secretaria de Seguridad Nacional, visitó esta semana la zona fronteriza entre Caléxico, California y Mexicali, México para ver completado el primer tramo de dos millas de la que será la nueva barda fronteriza con México.
By Marielena Castellanos Family members who have lost loved ones at the hands of police along with a number of community leaders and supporters were […]
This week, a diverse group of residents, parents, and students filled a large room at Hilltop High School in Chula Vista to learn about the judicial branch of government and how they can approach voting for judges, as part of a workshop to promote civic education and engagement making its way throughout the state entitled Judge the Judges.
The San Ysidro School District is in settlement negotiations with a female employee that made sexual harassment allegations against former Superintendent Julio Fonseca.
By Sandra G. Leon South Bay middle and high schools could face budget cuts after the district found it had $30 million less than it […]
By Alberto Garcia The San Ysidro School District abruptly dropped its lawsuit against one of its former superintendents after having spent more than $480,000 in […]
Opposition to plans for a temporary encampment for immigrants without documentation at Camp Pendleton was strong at a community forum in Fallbrook held last Saturday.
“We want to use this day to push this movement so the people at the White House and the rest of Congress knows, we are not afraid, we are here, we are going to continue here.”
Ha pasado más de un mes desde que concluyó el plazo otorgado por un juez de San Diego para que el gobierno reunificara a todas las familias que separó en la frontera y, todavía, 497 niños continúan alejados de sus padres, evidencia un reporte presentado ante la corte federal.
By Marielena Castellanos Immigration judges are pushing back against the Trump administration to keep independence in the courtroom as the Trump administration continues to crack […]
For a community that has been historically neglected, the approval of a 20 year lease agreement that will allow for a permanent space for the Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center represents a long-overdue victory.
By Marielena Castellanos Under a hot sun last Sunday, a group of protestors marched through the streets of Nestor calling for justice and accountability from […]
La administración del presidente Donald Trump había reunido a unos mil 800 niños ya sea con sus padres u otros familiares, mientras que otros 711 deberán esperar dado que fueron catalogados como “no elegibles” para regresar con sus seres queridos dentro del lapso establecido por un juez.
The United States government is working against the clock to comply with a court order stating it must reunite 2,551 immigrant children who were separated from their parents at the border by the deadline set by a San Diego federal court.
Mass group prosecutions are not new and have been taking place in other parts of the U.S Mexico border, but not in California.
A formal State audit has found evidence that two administrators at a local school district may have committed fraud and misappropriation of funds.
Hundreds gathered in Chicano Park this week for a rally and march through downtown San Diego to call for an end to family separations, the abolishment of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and to cancel the implementation of Operation Streamline.
A federal judge ordered immigration authorities to stop the practice of separating children from their parents and gave them 30 days to reunite the thousands of families that have already been separated.
To kick off a weekend of nationwide demonstrations against the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris joined immigrant rights supporters to rally against family separations on Friday.
After a firestorm of criticism, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to end the policy forcing the separation of children from their parents when entering the United States border without proper documentation.
Una delegación de 14 congresistas demócratas, incluyendo su líder Nancy Pelosi, visitó esta semana la región fronteriza para ver de cerca los efectos de las políticas que han separado a miles de familias que han llegado al país en búsqueda de refugio.
A letter signed by nearly 50 immigrants detained inside the CoreCivic facility denounced family separation, arbitrary and prolonged detention, and listed a number of complaints about how they are treated at the center.
A judge approved the advancement of a lawsuit filed in San Diego by the American Civil Liberties Union this week challenging the Trump administration’s policy to separate parents from their children who are caught trying to enter the United States.
Gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa expressed once again support for immigrant and refugee families living in the United States during a campaign stop in San Diego.
A bill that would increase the oversight of Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers as well as establish that no federal funds be used for the construction or expansion of immigration detention facilities was introduced on Tuesday, May 15.
Session’s visit comes a week after hundreds of immigrants, part of an annual Immigrant Caravan, arrived at the U.S. border in Tijuana to seek asylum in the United States.
The migrant caravan that caught the attention of the White House arrived at the Mexican border this week with hopes that their individual cases would be heard and they could be granted political asylum in the United States.
California U.S. Senate candidate Kevin de Leon made a stop in San Diego as part of his statewide campaign tour.
By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña – On Tuesday, April 17, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors announced a vote of 3-1 to support the Trump’s Administration’s lawsuit against three California laws, sparking different reactions from organizations for and against the decision.
San Diego County could join in the federal government’s lawsuit against California’s ‘Sanctuary State’ laws, much to the displeasure of local advocacy organizations.
First Unitarian Universalist Church in Hillcrest held a press conference at its campus to announce its decision to become a sanctuary congregation for immigrants who are at risk of being deported from the United States
Elected officials across the United States have expressed their opposition to the plan to include an inquiry into the citizenship of participants in the 2020 Census.
Over a decade since the City of San Diego approved a resolution to reduce the number of five-ton trucks that drive through the community of Barrio Logan, residents and activists believe it has done little to solve the problem.
In his first visit to California since he became president on Jan. 20, 2017, Trump arrived on Air Force One at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar at approximately at 11:30 a.m.
“Dreamers” spoke at City College to urge lawmakers to pass a Dream Act without any concessions attached as soon as possible.
The San Diego City Council will seek an explanation from law enforcement officials on why thousands of dollars from public funds were invested into the protection of the construction zone of the border wall prototypes.
The event drew residents and workers who use Harbor Drive daily and they identified congested truck routes and modifications that need to be made to improve the use of the popular corridor.
The action being undertaken by BLCI members comes after the student newspaper at La Jolla High School, on Jan. 23, published a cartoon featuring characters with greatly-exaggerated ethnic traits wearing sweatshirts bearing messages related to racial tropes.
The group of about 50 people gathered at the entrance of Border Field State Park and walked down to the southern edge of the park, which is flanked by Tijuana’s Playas neighborhood on the other side.
By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña | The group of Dreamers presented their response to President Trump’s State of the Union speech on Wednesday, Jan. 31, in front of the USCIS Enforcement and Removal Operations Field Office in Downtown, San Diego.
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has obtained access to a nationwide license plate recognition database in a move raising concerns over privacy
On Thursday, Jan. 25, the White House released a tentative framework, which would provide Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients a path to citizenship, so long as there is funding for the controversial border wall.
The lower rating means future bonds the District issues will require it to pay higher interest rates, translating to higher payments for taxpayers in the District for decades to come.
U.S. District Judge William Alsup of San Francisco wrote that the administration needs to “maintain the DACA program on a nationwide basis” and allow DACA enrollees to renew their DACA status with some exceptions.
Exactly four months after the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was rescinded, those who benefited from the Obama-era program, known as Dreamers, continue to face uncertainty about their future in the country.
On Monday, several San Diegans gathered in front of the Westfield Horton Plaza shopping mall to hold a vigil for the seven “Dreamers” and one ally that were arrested while protesting on Capitol Hill on Dec. 15.
This screening tool identifies communities in California that are “disportionately burdened by multiple sources of pollution” and has shown Barrio Logan is among those disadvantaged communities.
The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego hosted the event, “Challenges for Dreamers in Trump’s America,” on Monday, Dec. 4, which consisted of presentations by immigration experts and DACA recipients themselves.
By Mario A. Cortez What started out as two community leaders tackling low academic performance at Sherman Elementary here in San Diego has evolved into […]
Nearly 60,000 Haitian immigrants living and working in the United States are living with uncertainty once again after the federal government granted them 18 months to leave the country by ending their Temporary Protected Status.
The approved $6.5 million will be used to operate three large tented structures, which are to be located in Barrio Logan, East Village, and on Sports Arena Boulevard, and will accommodate 700 homeless individuals and their families.
The food-sharing ban is the city’s most recent response to addressing the hepatitis A outbreak in the city, and prior to the ban, the city installed hand washing stations and began power washing the streets with bleach.
For the second time in two months, a San Ysidro Superintendent has resigned amid allegations of wrongdoing in a district that has already seen a former Superintendent convicted and sentenced to prison time.
San Ysidro School District’s former Superintendent cashed out the value of a life insurance policy last year without the approval of the school board.
San Ysidro School District is still trying to recover more than $291,000 from disgraced former superintendent Manuel Paul, and has racked up far more than that in legal bills trying to make it happen.
By Eduardo Rueda / Investigative Reporter Two school board members were served with recall notices at Thursday’s meeting of the San Ysidro School District after […]
On the night of Sunday, Oct. 1, a gunman opened fire on concert goers in Las Vegas, ending the lives of 58 individuals and leaving more than 500 injured, in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.
Construction of the eight prototypes is underway this week in a fenced-off area two miles east of the Otay Mesa border crossing and mere feet from the existing border wall with Mexico.
The office of the Consulate General of Mexico in San Diego released an update this week regarding the donation process for victims that were affected by the 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico City on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
By Eduardo Rueda / Investigative Reporter Legal tensions increased at the San Ysidro School District this week amid a widening scandal that led to the […]
President Donald Trump rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly known as DACA, which has allowed nearly 800,000 undocumented individuals to work legally in the country and be protected from deportation.
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter San Ysidro School District Superintendent Julio Fonseca resigned abruptly on Friday night after a four-hour closed-door Board meeting. The […]
The deportation of an undocumented immigrant enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) seems to be an isolated case, and not a signal that President Donald Trump has ended the program that has helped over 800,000 people stay in the country.
The City of San Diego removed a plaque honoring Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, from Horton Plaza Park in downtown San Diego on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
By Alberto Garcia John Collins,the former Superintendent of Poway Unified School District, was arraigned in court Thursday on four felony counts stemming from allegations he […]
By Alberto Garcia An independent investigation of the county’s regional planning agency has revealed that staffers purposely tried to hide electronic documents and deleted other […]
By Alberto Garcia and Andrea Lopez-Villafana The San Diego City Council last week approved a $30.2 million project that will retrofit 14,000 street lights to […]
By Ana Ceballos After one Honduran woman and her then 17-year-old daughter were “repeatedly raped” by MS-13 gang members, and later threatened with death, they […]
By Andrew Keatts, Voice of San Diego The San Diego Association of Governments knowingly misled voters in 2004 about how much money it expected to […]
By Sandra G. Leon Data from the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) show that arrests of criminal undocumented immigrants are up […]
By Alberto Garcia A proposal by San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer could turn a local South Bay motel into a temporary housing complex for homeless […]
By Mimi Pollack San Diego has become a magnet for homeless people while shelters and government agencies struggle to keep up and provide help. Not […]
By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña Through a returning partnership with the California Summer Meals Coalition, several San Diego County school districts and city library branches are serving […]
By Alberto Garcia The Trump Administration released its proposed federal budget this week and, in addition to billions in cuts to Medicare, includes language to […]
By Sandra G. Leon After President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey last week, the Justice Department appointed another former FBI Director to lead the […]
By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña The Smart Border Coalition held a Stakeholders Working Committee meeting on Thursday, May 11, at the San Diego Foundation to discuss their […]
By Alberto Garcia The birth rate among Latinos is a major factor in economic growth in key states and explains the decline in employment in […]
By Alberto Garcia A federal judge in Washington State has blocked the Trump Administration from cutting funding to sanctuary cities, dealing another blow to the […]
By Alexandra Mendoza California Governor Jerry Brown issued pardons to three veterans who had been deported to Mexico, thus opening the door for them to […]
By Alberto Garcia The new Attorney General visited a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona this week to announce new federal spending on immigration […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido and Sandra G. Leon an Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has asked the City Council to place a proposed hotel room tax […]
By Mario Koran, Voice of San Diego Six years ago, as principal of Central Elementary in City Heights, Cindy Marten argued that because poor schools […]
By Alberto Garcia A new bill in the California Legislature could extent “sanctuary” status to the entire state to help protect millions of undocumented immigrant […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter A local taxpayer watchdog group has filed a lawsuit against the San Ysidro School District Superintendent alleging he […]
By Alberto Garcia The staff and executive director of San Diego’s regional transportation planning agency failed to disclose to its board of directors and the […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter Two current Trustees and one former Trustee of the San Ysidro School District dispute the District’s official position that […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter Last updated February 9, 2017 at 9:15 p.m. The Superintendent of the San Ysidro School District hired a woman he […]
By Mario A. Cortez After paying relocation fees to the NFL, and having to cover other related moving expenses, the now-LA Chargers organization has now […]
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 […]
By Alberto Garcia San Diego immigration activists have launched a campaign to educate young immigrants on their options leading up to the inauguration of Donald […]
By Sandra G. Leon The San Diego Chargers football team may soon be changing its name after having signed leases for headquarters office space and […]
By Alberto Garcia The San Diego City Council’s appointment of members to sit on the Public Safety committee that oversees the police department did not […]
By Alberto Garcia Law enforcement officials from various agencies, friends, and family members gathered at the Chula Vista Police Department’s headquarters on Thursday to celebrate […]
By Sandra G. Leon s Barack Obama’s tenure in office enters its final 60 days, immigration advocates are asking the President to protect undocumented immigrants […]
By Alberto Garcia California Governor Jerry Brown has selected Congressman Xavier Becerra to become the State’s new Attorney General, filling the vacancy left after Kamala […]
By Alberto Garcia Republican US Congressman Darrell Issa is asking for contributions to raise money after the election because he claims “liberals are trying […]
By Alberto Garcia Tuesday’s election delivered a mixed bag of results for San Diegans, Californians, and all Americans as voters seemed to buck the trend […]
By Sandra G. Leon The outcome of the U.S. Presidential election is still unclear heading into the final weekend before Election Day on Tuesday. The […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter Former Chula Vista Mayor Steve Padilla, running for a seat on the Chula Vista City Council, is accused of […]
By Sandra G. Leon and Alexandra Mendoza A truck driving on the on-ramp to the Coronado Bridge crashed over the side railing and landed in […]
By Alberto Garcia A leaked report by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) concludes that almost half of all undocumented immigrants evade detention. The report […]
A new report finds that the U.S. government has lost $3.2 billion in tax revenues since 2000 through public financing of sports stadiums, including Petco […]
By Alberto Garcia Randy Ward, San Diego County Superintendent of Schools, has resigned his position after having being placed on administrative leave in July. His […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido A binational delegation of San Diego and Baja California business leaders will head to Washington, D.C. this month to meet with […]
By Alberto Garcia Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump this week confirmed his position that he does not support any path to citizenship or amnesty for […]
By Sangra G. Leon A proposal to expand port operations near Barrio Logan has drawn fire from a local environmental group opposed to the plan. […]
By Alberto Garcia The contractor that helped expose a corrupt “pay-to-play” culture at Sweetwater school district is now a candidate himself for a seat on […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis has been subpoenaed to testify at the trial of Mexican businessman Jose Susumo Azano Matsura, […]
By Alberto Garcia On Wednesday, the San Diego County Board of Education (SDCOE) voted unanimously to appoint Eddie Velasquez to serve as Interim County Superintendent. Velasquez […]
By Sandra G. Leon In his acceptance speech Thursday night, Republican nominee Donald J. Trump painted a dark picture of America, and doubled down on […]
By Eduardo Rueda / Investigative Reporter The San Diego County Board of Education placed long-time County Superintendent Randy Ward on administrative leave as they […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter The California Taxpayers Action Network (CalTAN) has filed a lawsuit against San Diego County Board of Education Superintendent Randy […]
By Sandra G. Leon Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) has agreed to settle a five-year lawsuit with a contractor that claimed his contracts were […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido The Sweetwater Union High School District Board approved the assistance of a an outside financial group to examine a property deal […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido The Sweetwater Union High School District Board approved the assistance of a an outside financial group to examine a property deal […]
By Mario A. Cortez Teachers in the San Ysidro School District are calling for the resignation of San Diego County Board of Education (SDCOE) Superintendent […]
By Mario A. Cortez Community leaders held a press conference this past Tuesday, May 31, condemning the excessive use of force by law enforcement agencies […]
By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter The San Diego Grand Jury released a report critical of past actions of the San Ysidro School District, citing […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido On Wednesday night, City of San Diego Mayoral candidates presented their stance on issues in an event organized by local Hispanic […]
By Mario A. Cortez Education and civil rights leaders from throughout San Diego County showed up at the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido The Chicano Federation of San Diego County will celebrate 47 years of community engagement and service today, Friday, May 6 with […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido The Chicano Federation of San Diego County celebrated 47 years of community engagement and service today, Friday, May 6 with its […]
By Ana Gomez Salcido (Photograph by Mario A. Cortez) After a series of struggles in the Barrio Logan community, the proposed construction of a California […]
By Alexandra Mendoza The future of nearly five million undocumented immigrants is now in the hands of the Supreme Court. This week, the eight justices […]
Por Ana Gómez Salcido La construcción de un muro entre Estados Unidos y México fue uno de los temas hablados durante el rally del Senador […]
POR Katia Lopez-Hodoyan Ana Teresa Fernández es una gran artista, pero hace poco, también se le acusó de terrorista, aunque su única “arma” fuera la […]
By Alexandra Mendoza Mayoral candidate Lori Saldaña has accused her opponent, incumbent Kevin Faulconer, of purportedly trying to obtain her personal information, and is once […]
By Katia Lopez-Hodoyan I vividly remember the cold. The weather would drop dramatically without notice. I was constantly shivering, lifting my shoulders towards my ears […]
By Alexandra Mendoza The University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and Baja California’s Technical and Higher Education Center (CETYS University) have signed a memorandum of […]
By Mario A. Cortez At a media conference on Tuesday morning, the association of clinics formerly known as the Council of Community Clinics (CCC) unveiled […]
By Geneva Gámez-Vallejo As the 88th Academy Awards, one of the most racially controversial in its history, came to an end everyone seems to have […]
By Mario A. Cortez As higher education expenses keep climbing across the nation, 200 local community college students will soon catch a break from the […]
By Mario A. Cortez The Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce has a lot to look forward to this weekend. Founded in 1927, the local business […]
By Alexandra Mendoza A regional nonprofit is asking the City of San Diego to take action in response to the 54 deaths, a 17% increase […]
Por Alexandra Mendoza El Departamento del Alguacil de San Diego inició un programa piloto de tres meses en el que analizarán la viabilidad de que […]
By Mario A. Cortez After seven long weeks of winter break, Southwestern College, South Bay’s higher learning institution, will resume classes when the 2016 Spring […]
Majority of media coverage misstates recent ruling By Sandra G. Leon A December 29, 2015 ruling by a state labor board says the City […]
INVESTIGATIVE SERIES: PART 1 City Councilman overspent by $55,000 in 2014 election By Eduardo Rueda, Investigative Reporter Chula Vista City Councilman John McCann continues raising […]
District denies fault but admits “improper” behavior By Eduardo Rueda, Investigative Reporter The Sweetwater Union High School District has settled a lawsuit and agreed to […]
By Eduardo Rueda, Investigative Reporter Chula Vista’s Seven Mile Casino reopened Tuesday night with a new manager after being shut down on December 9 in […]
By Alexandra Mendoza The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office has filed criminal tax evasion and insurance fraud charges against the owners of a company […]
By Eduardo Rueda, Investigative Reporter A San Diego-based law firm known for representing public entities has come under increased scrutiny for its legal work in […]
BY Estephania Baez Balboa Park is one of the most important and emblematic cultural spaces in the United States. With a length of one thousand […]
Por Juliana Rico ¿Cuántos de nosotros dependemos de las redes sociales antes de ir un negocio? ¿Por qué es tan importante para nosotros las opiniones […]
By Eduardo Rueda / Investigative Reporter The San Ysidro School District on Thursday voted unanimously to declare a local state of emergency to deal with […]
By Eduardo Rueda Investigative Reporter San Ysidro school teachers delivered petitions at a school board meeting Thursday signed by a vast majority of the District’s […]
By Eduardo Rueda: Investigative Reporter A San Ysidro School Board member amended an economic interest form to report her income after a La Prensa San […]
Por Alexandra Mendoza El comité ambiental de cabildo ha solicitado a la ciudad de San Diego se declare estado de emergencia y hacer labores de […]
By Sandra G. Leon No one likes to overpay, and a coalition of leaders are fighting a proposal by the City of San Diego to […]
By ALBERTO GARCIA A San Ysidro School Board member has failed to disclose her employment and personal income as required by state law. Luciana Corrales, […]
By Alberto Garcia During the past 19 years, Congress Loretta Sanchez has blazed a trail through the halls of the US Capitol as a recognized […]
By Paco Zavala This past Monday, October 5th, at 6:00 p.m., the International Boundary and Water Commission Minute 320, titled “General Framework for Binational Cooperation […]
BY Augie Bareño Local students will soon be reciting Shakespeare and acting out plays during a new after-school program launching in San Ysidro schools. Tony […]