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  • Increase in Public Transportation Fares in Tijuana Could Be Defined Next Month

    Increase in Public Transportation Fares in Tijuana Could Be Defined Next Month

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 2 días

    The city council is already in the last phase of the study that will determine the increases by transport routes

    The study that the city council is conducting in collaboration with the Economists Association of Tijuana is already in the last stage; so according to the results of this study, the increase to public transport in Tijuana would be determined for the next month. This increase would be voted in the next meeting to be held in May, said the president of the Commission of Roads and...

  • Former Baja  Attorney General Wants More Drones Surveilling Tijuana

    Former Baja Attorney General Wants More Drones Surveilling Tijuana

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 2 días

    This technology proposal would reduce emergency response times due to the absence of security elements in the city

    The former Tijuana attorney general has proposed a new plan for keeping the city safe: Drones for surveillance. The idea isn't as innovative as it would've been a couple of years ago, but with worries that crime is rising again, any proposal is worth taking another look, he says. Currently there are more than two thousand police elements, but it takes up to 7,000 to cover the entire city....

  • Chula Vista Will Celebrate Their First  Cicla Vista  at the End of April

    Chula Vista Will Celebrate Their First "Cicla Vista" at the End of April

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 4 días

    Residents will be able to tour their city in bicycle or on foot to reconnect with their community

    CHULA VISTA.- Residents from San Diego County and some nearby cities will set aside their cars to be part of the city's first Cicla Vista, that will mark the end of grant-funded program Walk+Bike Chula Vista . This event is totally free that aims to close a year full of activities that boost physical activity such as walking and cycling in Chula Vista. Another purpose is to close some of...

  • Former NFL player, Aaron Hernandez, Commited Suicide

    Former NFL player, Aaron Hernandez, Commited Suicide

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 4 días

    A week ago he was exonerated of having killed Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado in 2012

    The correctional department of Prison Center Souza Baranowski announced this morning that Aaron Hernandez , former New England Patriots football player committed suicide. "Mr. Hernandez hung up using a sheet that tied to the window of his cell. Mr. Hernandez also tried to block his door from within, "the statement said. Hernandez was held in solitary confinement in Shirley, Mass...

  • Experts Study If Tijuana s Fault Line Could Cause a Major Earthquake

    Experts Study If Tijuana's Fault Line Could Cause a Major Earthquake

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 4 días

    The probability is minimal, but it's still important for researchers to find out the exact potential of it

    TIJUANA.- A few weeks after two earthquakes were registered as having an epicenter in the La Mesa district in Tijuana, researchers from the CICESE are analyzing the possibility of a great earthquake due the fault line there. According to the director of Civil Protection of the State, Antonio Rosquillas , for the moment, the faultline is being analyzed if it's a new one or just dormant....

  • 5 Key Considerations All Employers Should Make When Hiring in Mexico in 2017

    5 Key Considerations All Employers Should Make When Hiring in Mexico in 2017

    Por: Fernando Ortiz-Barbachano   |   Hace 5 días

    Start-off on the right foot when seeking to do business in the country

    Mexico is broadly known for being heavily protectionist towards the worker as it pertains to the state’s labor law. Many U.S. and European companies rely on third party executive search firms for job placements in Mexico to provide the proper guidance through the candidate search and hiring process. The Mexican Federal Labor Law (FLL) is the legal framework that governs all...

  • Temperatures to Climb to 87 °F in Tijuana and San Diego

    Temperatures to Climb to 87 °F in Tijuana and San Diego

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 6 días

    From warm to high temperatures this week will register in the city

    The heat will be felt this week in Tijuana. The last couple of days have been cloudy and with pleasant temperatures in the region; which will level off this week and give way to a considerable increase in temperature and have a warm weekend. According to the weather forecast, temperatures will range from 73 Fahrenheit degrees to 84 Fahrenheit degrees. There is no doubt that we will...

  • Baja California Expects Millions from Film Industry This Year

    Baja California Expects Millions from Film Industry This Year

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 6 días

    Fear The Walking Dead is still the project with greater investment

    Baja California is slowly recovering its coveted fame as a top film industry location in Mexico and in the world. And the state can expect no less than 25 million dollars in invest from productions already confirmed for this year. For years the region has stood out for having similar locations to those of Hollywood, like valleys, deserts, mountains, sea and cities, and they can find these...

  • About 160 Haitians Are Now Registered to Social Security in Tijuana and Mexicali

    About 160 Haitians Are Now Registered to Social Security in Tijuana and Mexicali

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 1 semana

    The only requirement is to apply for their immigration document

    TIJUANA.- After deciding to stay in the city and not live in the United States, hundreds of Haitians have begun their residence papers in order to regulate their stay and work in the state. Faced with this, the head of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS), José Alfredo Jiménez Gálvez , points out that there are already at least 160 Haitians who are in a formal job and paying...

  • Haitian Seeks to Enter University of Tijuana

    Haitian Seeks to Enter University of Tijuana

    Por: Staff   |   Hace 2 semanas

    The young Haitian arrived in the city in October 2016 as did thousands of others

    John is the first Haitian who seeks to enter a university in Tijuana to graduate and to have the quality of life that he has been looking for five years since he left his country. The Ministry of State Education is assisting John with the revalidation of classes since his high school education concluded in Brazil, where he lived for some years before arriving to Tijuana in October of...