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Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

December, 2023

  • 11 December

    Imperial Valley College Appoints Celeste Alvarez as Public Information Officer

    -Editorial Imperial Community College District welcomed Brawley native, Celeste Alvarez to lead the Public Information Office as its Executive Director of Communications, Marketing & Public Relations Officer. “It brings me immense pleasure to welcome Celeste Alvarez to the IVC family,” said IVC President Dr. Lennor Johnson. “Celeste joins us from …

  • 11 December

    Coparmex Mexicali Celebrates Minimum Wage Increase

    -Editorial COPARMEX Mexicali celebrated the increase in the general minimum wage agreed upon on Friday, December 1, by the Council of Representatives of the National Minimum Wage Commission (CONASAMI) through a tripartite dialogue to 312.41 pesos. The Minimum Wage in the Northern Border Free Zone will increase to 374.89 pesos …

  • 10 December

    Statewide Briefing Addresses Storm Season Safety in California

    -Editorial Ethnic Media Services and California Black Media collaborated with Listos California at the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) to organize an essential statewide ethnic media briefing focusing on Storm Season Safety. California confronted a tumultuous 2022-23 with a series of over a dozen atmospheric rivers, leaving …

  • 10 December

    Gen Z is Tightening its Belt, with 73% Modifying Lifestyles Due to Inflation

    -Editorial About 85% of Gen Zers cite one or more barriers to achieving financial success. Topping the list is the higher cost of living, cited by 53% of respondents to Bank of America’s annual Better Money Habits survey. The new research provides timely insights into approaches this younger generation is …

  • 10 December

    Hunter Biden Legal Problems Pile Up

    -Editorial Robert Hunter Biden has been hit with new criminal charges in California accusing him of scheming to avoid paying his taxes while spending lavishly on everything from luxury hotels to escorts to exotic cars. The president’s son is also facing separate firearm charges in Delaware, raising the possibility he …

  • 10 December

    Parade Brings Back the Magic of Christmas to Calexico

    -Editorial The Calexico Christmas Parade returns after a four-year hiatus, marking its highly anticipated comeback following pauses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and financial constraints. Both residents and visitors longed for this annual tradition. Beyond being a mere display of lights and floats, the parade serves as a platform for …

  • 9 December

    Cofepris Suspends 31 Pharmacies Over Fentanyl Concerns in Baja California

    -Editorial The Commission for the Protection against Health Risks (Cofepris) suspended activities of 31 pharmacies and/or points of sale located in the state of Baja California, where medications were sold irregularly, probably contaminated with fentanyl, which represents a significant risk to public health. The health operation called Albatros II, due …

  • 8 December

    Growing Political Tensions in The U.S. Could Lead to a Constitutional Crisis

    -Editorial Experts have many definitions of what a constitutional crisis is, from a party that embraces a cult of personality to refusing to accept the results of an election, to rising authoritarian sentiments, to powerful political actors systematically violating the Constitution and the law, to an operational crisis where the …

  • 8 December

    Banxico and SRE Issue Commemorative 20-Peso Coin in Celebration of 200 Years of Mexico-US Relations

    -Editorial In a ceremony held on Wednesday, December 6, at the Interactive Museum of Economics (MIDE) in Mexico City, the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) marked a significant milestone by commemorating 200 years of diplomatic relations between Mexico and the United States through the issuance of a 20-peso commemorative coin. Five …

  • 7 December

    Calexico Recall Election Day in Limbo Due to Council Deadlock

    -Editorial What the Calexico Recall Committee thought was going to be the culmination of months of hard work to have a special election to remove Mayor Raul Urena and Councilman Gilberto Manzanarez from the city council ended up in anger and disappointment against Mayor Pro Tem Gloria Romo who cast …