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Twice a day in eastern Tijuana, the creaking of a metal gate and the appearance of a small white box truck sends out a reassuring... [Read More]
The new PedEast pedestrian entrance will have 22 inspection lanes, but authorities expect initially to only keep ten of those lanes open. [Read More]
They are known as gaviotas — gulls — and they are the bane of thousands of long-suffering border crossers who line up every day at... [Read More]
They are known as gaviotas — gulls — and they are the bane of thousands of long-suffering border crossers who line up every day at... [Read More]
Dozens of Tijuana residents marched through city streets demanding more security as homicides rise to record levels. [Read More]
The arsenal seized earlier this year in Tijuana's Colonia Independencia was a sizable one: nine firearms, including six rifles of various calibers, two pistols and... [Read More]
Seven people have died of heat stroke in recent weeks as high temperatures have hit Mexicali, Baja California's desert capital. Another 65 have died of... [Read More]
Yefri Montero left Honduras last March with $75 in his pocket, fleeing poverty and gang violence in Tegucigalpa, dreaming of finding work and safe haven... [Read More]
Big news for more than 20,000 people who cross on foot from Tijuana to San Ysidro on an average day: A new eastern pedestrian border... [Read More]
The adolescent residents of Niños de las Promesa have long ago been orphaned or abandoned by their parents. But on this warm summer morning, as... [Read More]
Baja California's first utility-scale desalination plant launched operations this month in Ensenada, ending water shortages in the port city. [Read More]
Dozens of Tijuana property owners, both wealthy and poor, are facing orders to move their structures by the U.S. border as the U.S. government launches... [Read More]
From property barriers to wood shacks to cluttered backyard patios, dozens of structures south of the U.S. border fence face demolition as the Trump administration... [Read More]
From property barriers to wood shacks to cluttered backyard patios, dozens of structures south of the U.S. border fence face demolition as the Trump administration... [Read More]
Tijuana's annual Opera en la Calle festival offers a range of opera performances this year. [Read More]
In more than two decades working construction in south Texas, Raúl Vanegas had no time for school of any kind. But a day after being... [Read More]
Baja California voters gave a sweeping endorsement to Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, as his coalition wins not only the presidency, but leads in senate races... [Read More]
The coalition that backed Mexican presidential winner Andrés Manuel López Obrador also swept to victory on Sunday across Baja California in all eight of the... [Read More]
A schoolteacher from North County, a factory worker from Riverside and an engineer from Bonita were among hundreds waiting for up to three hours at... [Read More]
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