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REGIONAL

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.

November, 2023

  • 27 November

    Millions Set to Shop In-Store and Online This Thanksgiving-Cyber Monday Weekend

    -Editorial An estimated 182 million people are planning to shop in-store and online from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday this year, according to the annual survey released by the National Retail Federation and Prosper Insights & Analytics. This figure is 15.7 million more people than last year and is the …

  • 27 November

    Imperial County Supervisor Calls for Unity in Formation of Healthcare District

    -Editorial The Imperial County Board of Supervisors is asking the local health authorities to communicate and unite under a single healthcare district since there is still division when it comes to a recently passed law that created a single healthcare district.  Supervisor District 3 Michael Kelley spoke about the LAFCO …

  • 24 November

    The Imperial County DA, George Marquez, Takes Firm Stand Against Increasing DUI Incidents

    -Editorial Imperial County District Attorney George Marquez announced a new crackdown on cases involving people who drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, which are on the rise in Imperial County. Also on the rise are the number of DUI-related crashes causing injury or death. To combat this growing …

  • 22 November

    FTC Now Offers Consumer Protection In Various Languages

    -Editorial Scammers know your language and know how to take advantage of people. That’s why the Federal Trade Commission is implementing to identify these scammers and stop them once and for all. Being that the United States is a multilingual country, it is important to have these types of services …

  • 22 November

    Embracing November’s Binational Spirit: From Dia de Los Muertos to Thanksgiving Festivities

    -Editorial November ushers in a vibrant tapestry of cultural celebrations in both Mexico and the United States, painting the month with traditions that honor legacies and foster unity. At the outset of this festive month, Mexico blooms with Dia de los Muertos, a jubilant homage to departed souls. The spirited …

  • 20 November

    When you plan to travel, don’t forget your safety!

    By: Ellie Burgueno A little over a week ago, I traveled to Mexico City for the Fapermex (Federation of Mexican Journalistic Associations) National Journalism Convention and Awards Ceremony, joining journalists from across Mexico. Being part of the National Board since December 2022, I always engage in these gatherings held in …

  • 20 November

    Biden and López Obrador Strengthen Bilateral Ties in San Francisco Meeting

    -Editorial President Joe Biden met with the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in San Francisco, California. The two leaders reaffirmed the U.S.-Mexico relationship as a consequential strategic partnership that spans the full spectrum of national and homeland security interests ranging from economic competitiveness and climate change to citizen …

  • 19 November

    Chancellor visits key border infrastructure projects in the CaliBaja Region

    -Editorial The Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Alicia Bárcena Ibarra, made a working visit to the cities of Tijuana, Baja California, and San Diego, California, which included tours of different border facilities and meetings with members of the Mexican community, government authorities, representatives from the business and academic sectors. Upon her …

  • 19 November

    Caregivers Want to Make Themselves Be Heard Through Storytelling

    -Editorial A caregiver is someone who looks after an individual and assists them with their daily needs. It can also be individuals and organizations working to care for entire communities and make a difference.  In a briefing hosted by Ethnic Media Services, five organizations were highlighted that are challenging the …

  • 19 November

    California Health Coverage to Face Challenges Next Year

    -Editorial California will face a big change in medical coverage beginning next year that will impact a lot of seniors and low-income residents so there needs to be more outreach and support.  With the expansion of Medi-Cal to include all undocumented immigrants as of Jan. 1st, 2024, and new services …

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