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  • 46 Tons of Supplies Collected for Hurricane Odile Victims

    46 Tons of Supplies Collected for Hurricane Odile Victims

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 día

    Recovery Efforts have now moved past basic necessities into reconstruction phase

    MEXICALI.- Baja California's government has concluded a ten day collection effort that has managed to collect 46 tons of supplies for victims of Hurricane Odile in Baja California Sur, according to Baja's General Vice Secretary, Javier Gutierrez Vidal. "It was a total success thanks to the generous support of Baja California residents towards our neighbors to the south in the southern Baja...

  • Fake Miley Cyrus Interviews Circulate False Racist Comments

    Fake Miley Cyrus Interviews Circulate False Racist Comments

    Por: Brenda Colon   |   Hace 2 días

    This time, the disrespect against Mexico is made up

    MEXICO.- A little over a week ago, singer Miley Cyrus made headlines and caused outrage over social media when during a performance in Mexico she literally had her prosthetic fake butt wiped and slapped with the Mexican flag . Now, false rumors of racists comments by Cyrus have also circulated the web and caused outrage amongst Mexicans. "...what I did was a demonstration of what I felt...

  • Toyota to Increase Production in Tijuana by 40% in 2015

    Toyota to Increase Production in Tijuana by 40% in 2015

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 2 días

    Increase will create 300 new jobs in region

    TOYOTA CITY, JAPAN.- Toyota's manufacturing plant in Tijuana is planning on increasing production of its Tacoma pickup truck line by 40% in 2015, an increase of output of 63,000 units to 89,000 per year, which will result in the creation of 300 new jobs in the region. The announcement was made by executives during a trade mission tour being conducted in Asia by Baja Governor Francisco Vega de...

  • Greenpeace Targets Mexico s President in New Ad Campaign

    Greenpeace Targets Mexico's President in New Ad Campaign

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 3 días

    "The villain that arrived to destroy the country with his lies"

    MEXICO.- Greenpeace , the environmentalist organization that often times gets its message across with provocative ad campaigns, has now set its sights on Mexico's President, Enrique Peña Nieto. The campaign is called " Tiempo de Héroes " or "Time of Heroes" and clearly attacks the President for his role in the recent passage of the national energy reform bill. "Contaminating the subsoil...

  • SHARP will increase production in Baja California

    SHARP will increase production in Baja California

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 3 días

    The Japanese company has generated more than 16,000 jobs

    OSAKA, JAPAN.- Baja California Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid is on a trade mission in Asia. Among one of many agenda items, he has met with executives of SHARP, the LCD television screen manufacturer that has plans to expand operations in Mexico and specifically in Baja California. Governor Vega discussed ongoing and planned infastructure projects in Baja California with SHARP...

  • More than 27,000 tourists evacuated from Los Cabos

    More than 27,000 tourists evacuated from Los Cabos

    Por: Brenda Colon   |   Hace 3 días

    Airport will reopen in two weeks

    LOS CABOS.- In the aftermath of Hurricane Odile, besides numerous necessities needed on the ground in Los Cabos, the hurricane also left thousands of tourists stranded. Authorities have now confirmed that 27,000 tourists have been evacuated from the region thus far, and that in the next coming days 3,000 more will be evacuated. The Los Cabos airport currently continues to only operate for...

  • Students graduate from employment workshop

    Students graduate from employment workshop

    Por: Brenda Colon   |   Hace 5 días

    Pro Salud, Youth Fundation and USAID train youth to find formal employment and continue education

    TIJUANA.- Thirty-one students of an employment workshop named "Orientation for Employability" graduated with this week. The workshop is an ongoing effort of various local institutions such as Fronteras Unidas Pro Salud and other international organizations such as USAID and the Youth Foundation, which are commited to improving quality of life in Tijuana. The workshops were held in...

  • Baja California Government Receives Funds In Support of Migrants

    Baja California Government Receives Funds In Support of Migrants

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 6 días

    Funds will be distributed to non-profits

    MEXICALI.-With the goal of helping out those who are most in need, and in this case specifically to help migrants, the State Government has received 5.8 million pesos in funds from the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP). The funds will be administered by the Secretariat of Social Development for the State (SEDESOE) to help non-profit groups that help migrants in the region. ...

  • Los Cabos in Recovery from Hurricane Odile

    Los Cabos in Recovery from Hurricane Odile

    Por: Brenda Colon   |   Hace 1 semana

    Economic Reactivation strategy is bringing quick results

    LOS CABOS.- Just after a week of waking up to the damage caused by Hurricane Odile in Baja California, the Federal strategy to reactivate the local economy is coming in handy, which has enabled large scale deployment of security forces from various agencies to stop the wave of violence and looting that followed the hurricane. The so called "Baja California Sur Economic Reactivation...

  • Tijuana-Ensenada Free Road Construction Is Now Complete

    Tijuana-Ensenada Free Road Construction Is Now Complete

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    The road is now better equipped to handle increased amount of drivers

    ENSENADA.- The Tijuana-Ensenada free road is now in top condition for motorists since a 20 kilometer stretch has been completely repavemented, according to Alfonso Padres of Baja California's Secretary of Communications and Transportation (SCT). Since last year, a 36 kilometer stretch of surface on the free road, beginning from La Fonda until San Miguel, has been undergoing repair work...