Nov 28

Baja California:
WASHINGTON – A California company under investigation on suspicion of hiring undocumented workers won a contract in the late 1990s to help build the San Diego border fence with Mexico to thwart illegal immigration, federal records show.
Federal authorities said there is no indication that the company, Golden State Fence Co., which has an office [...]


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Nov 26

Tijuana Baja California:
A new clinic has opened in Tijuana to help fight in the ever rising tide of AIDS in this city of almost 3 million people. Aids runs rampant in the streets, due to the back alley prostitution, as well as the lack of education for sexual activities.
With one of the highest AIDS [...]


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Nov 25

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Nov 23

The sight of street vendors peddling the Zeta newspaper in the Tijuana and Rosarito streets is a common one for all Americans living and visiting North Baja. Despite being in Spanish, and most gringos in the region not being too fluent in this language, it is not rare for some of us to buy a [...]


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Nov 21

MEXICO CITY – Rare mid-November cyclone Sergio fizzled off Mexico’s Pacific coast Friday after slipping from hurricane to tropical storm strength and was expected to weaken more before reaching an upscale resort area.
Sergio, which was downgraded overnight after spraying rain on coastal towns as a strong Category 2 hurricane earlier in the week, still carried [...]


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Nov 20

Rep. Bob Filner is asking the Department of Homeland Security to increase the number of SENTRI lanes at the Otay Mesa port of entry because the one lane devoted to the fast-pass border crossing program can’t handle the heavy amount of current and future traffic.
In a letter this month to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, [...]


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Nov 17

The ongoing binational controversy over immigration has created a “more distant and difficult” dialogue between the United States and Mexico during President Vicente Fox’s term in office, the Mexican foreign minister said during a visit to San Diego this week.
Luis Ernesto Derbez spoke Tuesday evening at a Mexico Business Center event at the San Diego [...]


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