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NBC New York
Found: Mother, Son Wanted in Cross-Country Search
A 12-year-old boy and his mother, subjects of a cross-country search, were found Thursday in Tijuana, Mexico, San Diego authorities confirmed.
National Review Online
Lovelace: 'Coyotes' Lure Illegal Immigrants with Promises of Amnesty
"And now what's been happening is the coyotes recognize that the person might necessarily not make it through the first time or they might get sent back, so they're not just offering one-way passages anymore," she says.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Wall Street Journal: Baja California, in Mexico, is wine's latest 'next Napa'
Why is it that every obscure but promising wine region is inevitably touted as "the next Napa Valley"? As someone who recently visited one such location, I can attest that this predictive moniker isn't always totally accurate.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Lemon Grove Council Rejects Raises in Pay, Car Allowance
At last week's City Council meeting, the five members voted 3-2 against an increase in their monthly salary to $775 from $705 and rejected an additional $25 in their monthly car allowance, which would have increased to $175.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
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Douglas Gotterba, who worked for John TravoltaA s aircraft company Alto in the 1980s, will get the opportunity to argue in a lawsuit that he holds no confidentiality duties to the actor.
The Raw Story
US-bound migrants face racist abuse and torture in Mexico: human rights groups
Human rights groups on Tuesday said that US-bound migrants passing through Mexico routinely face abuses, discrimination and even torture.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Viewpoints: The bonds between California and Mexico will only grow stronger
Over the years, Mexico and the United States have forged a bilateral relationship that is unique in its scope, depth and complexity.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Coyotes cashing in on smuggling illegal kids
Sophisticated, international "coyotes" - often working in concert with drug cartels as they smuggle illegal immigrants into the U.S. - are the main traffickers behind the wave of 57,000 unaccompanied Central American children flooding the southern border, according to a Mexican-based human rights expert.
Mexican DREAMers - Life after return
They grew up in America, were deported or returned to Mexico for other reasons and faced challenges and opportunities alike.
'Factor' hits Harvard Square
What's behind American apathy towards the chaos overseas? Plus, strippers are suing the San Diego Police Department.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Olympia's Peter Kesting tackles the distance of 1,600 in a new way
On the track, he's Olympia High's school record holder in the 1,600-meter run, set at 4 minutes, 11.54 seconds in the spring.
Los Angeles Times
Drinking it all in: Latin wine and food at East L.A. Meets Napa
More than 30 Latino vintners showed up to pour everything from roses to Syrahs. More than 30 Latino vintners showed up to pour everything from roses to Syrahs.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Celebrity Dirty Laundry
Botched Recap 7/20/14: Season 1 Episode 5 "Like a Surgeon"
Botched continues tonight with a new episode called, "Like a Surgeon." On tonight's episode, a reality star seeks help for a botched boob job and stomach after her plastic surgeon is allegedly killed by an unhappy patient.
U.S. flounders in effort to discourage repeated illegal border crossing
A U.S. effort to discourage immigrants' repeated attempts to enter the country illegally by dropping them back in Mexico hundreds of miles away from where they were caught has been sharply scaled back after producing relatively modest gains.
The Free Dictionary
Carlos Augusto Alves Santana is a Mexican and American musician who became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana , which pioneered a fusion of rock and Latin American music.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
KVBC-TV Las Vegas
Grand jury indictment reveals nearly 9-year CCSD fraud scheme
The Clark County grand jury indictment Friday of five people related to a Clark County School District investigation into possible misuse of public funds offers details about crimes alleged to have occurred.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
San Diego CityBEAT
Rosarito steakhouse is a carnivore's delight
It was a set of images recalled dimly from the early Jimmy Carter years: A restaurant with rustic dA©cor over-stuffed with miscellaneous antiques, saguaro cactus bodies repurposed as lighting fixtures in one room and a faux-tropical garden in the next; an elegant and courtly proprietor who never quite seemed to smile but nonetheless was ... (more)
The Daily Star
WAR. Flip TV channel. Another war. Flip channel again -- yet another war. Then the realisation -- it's the same war.
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
Beachgoers beware this weekend
A stretch of the South County shoreline has been closed off to swimmers because bacteria levels from sewage-contaminated runoff originating near the U.S.-Mexico border exceed state standards, county health officials said.