July, 2024

June, 2024

  • 28 June

    Committee Approves Senator Padilla’s Tijuana River Pollution Bills

    -Editorial The California State Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials approved Senate Bills 1178 and 1208, authored by Senator Steve Padilla (D-San Diego). These bills aim to tackle corporate pollution in California waters and halt the development of a landfill that would exacerbate pollution in the Tijuana River …

  • 27 June

    The U.S. Consulate in Tijuana Celebrates Independence Day

    -Editorial The United States Consulate in Tijuana commemorated the 248th Anniversary of U.S. Independence, marking the event as the last celebrated by the current Consul General, Thomas E. Reott, in this border city.  In an event full of emotion and camaraderie, Reott opened his speech with a phrase that drew …

  • 25 June

    US Inspections of Michoacán Avocados and Mangoes to Resume Gradually

    -Editorial In a significant development for the avocado industry, U.S. government inspections of avocados and mangoes in the Mexican state of Michoacán will gradually resume, U.S. Ambassador Ken Salazar announced on June 21. This decision comes a week after inspections were suspended following an assault on USDA inspectors. Salazar stated …

  • 21 June

    Vino Sin Fronteras Festival Rescheduled to October Due to Unforeseen Circumstances

    -Editorial Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond Provino’s control, the 3rd Vino Sin Fronteras Festival, originally scheduled for Saturday, June 29, has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 5, 2024, at Club Campestre Tijuana. Tickets will remain valid for the new date. If you need a refund, you can request it within …

  • 20 June

    Skull Valley: Inside the Deadly Journey of Migrants and the Ongoing Fight to Save Lives

    -Editorial Under the intense 108-degree heat of the Ocotillo desert, near the border fence, a group of journalists and law enforcement agents from both sides of the border walked nearly two miles across the unforgiving terrain. This harsh journey, though grueling, pales in comparison to the thousands of kilometers that …

May, 2024

  • 12 May

    California-Mexico Border: New Law Paves the Way for Cross-Border Education

    -Editorial In a move aimed at increasing cross-border educational opportunities and workforce diversity, Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill 91 into law. The legislation establishes a pilot program to provide discounted tuition rates for low-income students residing near the California-Mexico border. This initiative marks a significant step forward in …