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  • Spokesperson for Tijuana’s Medical Tourism Committee accused of Financial Fraud

    Spokesperson for Tijuana’s Medical Tourism Committee accused of Financial Fraud

    Por: Brenda Colón Navar   |   Hace 1 día

    Allegedly has ties to a front company

    TIJUANA.- For those who are familiar with Tijuana’s Medical Tourism Association, the name of its spokesperson, Marlon Sanchez, might ring a bell. Recently, it has come to light that the Sanchez allegedly has ties to multimillion dollar fraudulent operations. Sanchez participated in the operations of CYNK Technologies (formerly known as Intro Buzz when founded in 2008), a front company that...

  • The U.S. Government Commissions Songs to Dissuade Migration

    The U.S. Government Commissions Songs to Dissuade Migration

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 1 día

    “Migra-Corridos” are part of the “Dangers Awareness Campaign”

    In an attempt to put a damper on the surge of undocumented migrants heading North to the U.S. mainly from Central America, the U.S. government has launched a million-dollar “Dangers Awareness Campaign”. According to an article by Vice News , one of the components of the campaign is the composition of anti-migration propaganda songs, or “migra-corridos.” Eddie Ganz, a wedding singer, is...

  • Escondido Residents Will March to City Council In Support of Migrant Shelter for Children

    Escondido Residents Will March to City Council In Support of Migrant Shelter for Children

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 3 días

    Fighting against fear

    ESCONDIDO, CA– Escondido families, youth, children, and workers will hold a march this Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 5:30pm in support and solidarity with the many Central American unaccompanied children who are in need of shelter and are arriving to San Diego County due to the current refugee crisis. About a month ago the Escondido Planning Commission denied a permit that would allow,...

  • Balboa Park Celebrates Tijuana’s Anniversary

    Balboa Park Celebrates Tijuana’s Anniversary

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 3 días

    The event included the presentation of two books on the past and present of the city

    SAN DIEGO.- In the spirit of the 125th Anniversary of Tijuana’s founding, celebrations were organized to commemorate the past, present, and future of this city by local artists and presented at the Mingei International Museum at the San Diego Balboa Park this past Friday, July 18th. Amongst the numerous exhibitions at the Mingei , Celebrate Tijuana in San Diego was coordinated by...

  • KKK Recruitment Flyers Found in Southern California

    KKK Recruitment Flyers Found in Southern California

    Por: EFE Agency   |   Hace 3 días

    Flyers reject minor migrants

    LOS ANGELES.- Residents of Orange County, California have filed complaints with local police authorities after discovering Klu Klux Klan recruitment flyers. The flyers don’t sidestep criticism toward President Obama for the way he has handled the crisis resulting from the arrival of thousands of undocumented, unaccompanied minors. Police authorities have confirmed to local news outlets...

  • Carlos Slim supports 3-day workweek

    Carlos Slim supports 3-day workweek

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 4 días

    But, there’s a catch

    Carlos Slim, Mexico’s telecom magnate who just recently reclaimed Forbes’ title as the richest man in the world , said that he thinks you should only work three days a week. Of course, the catch is that he believes you should also delay retirement until age 70 or 75. According to an article by TIME , at a recent business conference in Paraguay, the billionaire said it is time for a...

  • Mexican Consulate Employee and SENTRI member caught smuggling Cocaine

    Mexican Consulate Employee and SENTRI member caught smuggling Cocaine

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 6 días

    He got away with it at least once before

    A Mexican consulate worker was caught with over 100 pounds of cocaine which he brought into the U.S. from Mexico using his SENTRI pass, this according to Buzzfeed. Jose Moreno Serrano had already raised suspicions from agents after they discovered two hidden compartments built in the undercarriage of his vehicle. Sometime between December and March, Department of Homeland Security agents...

  • Chocolate Cars: Unregistered Vehicles in Baja

    Chocolate Cars: Unregistered Vehicles in Baja

    Por: Brenda Colón Navar   |   Hace 6 días

    A complex problem without an easy solution

    TIJUANA.- This week, the Tax Administration Service (SAT), in conjunction with Tijuana’s municipal police force, has begun an operative to catch drivers of cars with outdated tags and which have not been properly imported into the country. Complaints immediately started flying, and citizens have even taken to social media to warn drivers of the checkpoints so that they won’t fall prey to the...

  • Junk Food Will be Restricted on TV and in Theatres

    Junk Food Will be Restricted on TV and in Theatres

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 semana

    Junk Food ads will be strictly prohibited in theatres where children’s movies are played, and will be limited to certain hours on TV

    MEXICO.- A new strategy to prevent childhood obesity, diabetes, and overweight children in general has been implemented by Mexico’s Federal Government with the and will be targeted specifically at theatres and television networks. Specifically, the broadcasting of ads for junk food, or foods with low nutritional value during children’s normal TV viewing hours will be restricted in order to...

  • Alternate Southbound Routes Announced during El Chaparral Repair Work

    Alternate Southbound Routes Announced during El Chaparral Repair Work

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    Authorities state that traffic will not be affected this Friday Night by work

    TIJUANA.- As a result of sunken manholes just south of the El Chaparral border crossing, that resulted in uneven pavement and complaints from drivers entering Mexico on a daily basis, Tijuana’s municipal government initiated repairs to correct the problem. The specific repair site is between Jose Maria Larroque streets and a pedestrian bridge, just to the left of the Playas de Tijuana on ramp...