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  • Wildfire Alert in Southern California

    Wildfire Alert in Southern California

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 11 horas

    So far there’s been only one incident

    The February heatwave and Santa Ana wind conditions in our region took everyone by surprise, which prompted a red flag alert issued by the National Weather Service , due to the possibility of wildfires. Via NWS As the warm temperatures go up, there’s a lot of people expecting a new record break for the hottest day of the Winter season. According to the NWS, Los...

  • Intense Cold Temperatures to Return to the San Diego Region

    Intense Cold Temperatures to Return to the San Diego Region

    Por: Cynjen Romero García   |   Hace 13 horas

    Get ready, it’s coming again

    According to Mexico’s National Weather Service , another cold front is coming our way with very low temperatures. A low pressure system coming from the U.S. East Coast will extend towards the Mexican states of Veracruz and Chihuahua, covering most of inner Mexico. El Universal and Uniradio are saying they expect temperatures to go as low as 32-41°F, with possible frost conditions in...

  • Second Winter Storm of the Year to Hit the East Coast and Midwest

    Second Winter Storm of the Year to Hit the East Coast and Midwest

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 15 horas

    Snow could reach up to 18 inches in some areas

    While on the West Coast we're dealing with bipolar weather, the East Coast and Midwest region is getting ready for the second snow storm of the year. According to the National Weather Service, the storm system could bring up to 18 inches of snow. Via NWS “Heavy snow expected for portions of the Northeast with blizzard conditions possible for some areas, snow...

  • Obama Is Asking for $1.8 Billion in Emergency Zika Virus Funding

    Obama Is Asking for $1.8 Billion in Emergency Zika Virus Funding

    Por: Cynjen Romero García   |   Hace 15 horas

    He assures Americans have nothing to worry about

    WASHINGTON – Barack Obama is asking Congress for an emergency $1.8-billion-dollar fund in order to combat the Zika virus through mosquito control programs, vaccine research, education and improving the overall health care coverage for low-income pregnant women, this according to a White House statement given this morning. “ What we now know, though, is that there appears to be some...

  • ALERT: 17-year-old from Tijuana missing in San Diego

    ALERT: 17-year-old from Tijuana missing in San Diego

    Por: SanDiegoRed Staff   |   Hace 3 días

    He has two small moles on his nose

    SAN DIEGO – Cristian José Olmos Blanca of 17 years of age has gone missing since yesterday after school ended in San Diego. His father, Raúl Olmos , started asking for help via social media after the teenager wasn’t found at San Agustin High School. " …We don’t know if he took off with someone or what happened. If any of you knows someone who has a kid in this school and is on their...

  • Injunctions Won t Affect El Chapo s Extradition

    Injunctions Won't Affect El Chapo's Extradition

    Por: SanDiegoRed   |   Hace 3 días

    Says Mexico's Attorney General

    MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s Attorney General, Arely Gómez, declared that the legal injunctions known as amparos , that have been filed by Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán’s legal defense team, won't deter his extradition to the United States. There is currently no official order issued by the Mexican government. Gómez assured Grupo Imagen that multiple amparos have been filed to avoid El...

  • Mexico s New Presidential Plane Is Here

    Mexico's New Presidential Plane Is Here

    Por: Edgar Martínez   |   Hace 5 días

    The so called “Palace in the Sky” landed on Mexico City International Airport this morning

    MEXICO CITY – Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto’s new Boeing 787 Dreamliner landed on Mexico City International Airport early this morning after flying from Dallas, Texas. Via Proceso It’ll be named after national hero José María Morelos y Pavón , with a capacity of up to 80 passengers, has state-of-the-art telecomm satellite equipment and Internet. ...

  • Mexico Still Third Best Place to Retire

    Mexico Still Third Best Place to Retire

    Por: Edgar Martínez   |   Hace 1 semana

    According to International Living Magazine’s 2016 Global Retirement Index

    BAJA CALIFORNIA – International Living Magazine has released its World’s Best Places to Retire in 2016 list. A list they say is their “most comprehensive yet”, with 10 different categories factoring everything that makes a great retirement destination, such as how much is rent, average humidity, direct flights from the U.S., how much is a doctor visit, if the locals speak English,...

  • Mexicans Won t Need a Visa to Visit Canada Anymore

    Mexicans Won't Need a Visa to Visit Canada Anymore

    Por: Miranda García   |   Hace 1 semana

    The Canadian government has made it official

    The visa requirement for Mexicans will cease to exist, this according to Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Stéphane Dion, declaring the end of a requirement imposed back in 2009. The decision was announced this Friday after the Ottawa Forum 2016: Building a Foreign Policy for Canada’s Future . The problem is, they still haven’t announced when exactly this new agreement will be made...

  • “Barrios Hermanos” Hopes To Unite Tijuana and San Diego Neighborhoods

    “Barrios Hermanos” Hopes To Unite Tijuana and San Diego Neighborhoods

    Por: Oscar Montoya   |   Hace 1 semana

    A program that takes the Sister City movement to a smaller scale between South Park in SD and Colonia Federal in TJ

    TIJUANA - Barrios Hermanos , a project that hopes to build stronger bonds between San Diego’s South Park neighborhood and Tijuana’s Colonia Federal, was presented yesterday as part of a pilot program conceived by Centro Ventures , an urban development group based in Tijuana. The main goal of Barrios Hermanos —roughly translated as "Brotherly Neighborhoods"— is to create a series of...