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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.

September, 2023

  • 4 September

    California Celebrates Labor Day 2023: Honoring Workers and Advancing Economic Justice

    -Editorial SACRAMENTO, CA – Governor Gavin Newsom has issued a proclamation recognizing September 4, 2023, as Labor Day in the State of California. In his statement, Governor Newsom expressed gratitude for the dedicated men and women who tirelessly contribute to California’s progress. Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of …

  • 2 September

    Department of Labor Seeks Mexico’s Review of Alleged Violations by MasAir Cargo Airline

    -Editorial The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement’s Interagency Labor Committee for Monitoring and Enforcement requested the government of Mexico review an allegation of labor rights violations at the MasAir cargo airline in Mexico City. The Department of Labor and Trade Representative co-chairs the committee. The request follows a July 31, 2023, petition filed …

  • 1 September

    Men That Suffer Depression and Anxiety Have Been Abandoned

    By: Mario Conde, Senior Reporter June was Mental Health Awareness Month, although it might have gone unnoticed as mainstream media and society were predominantly focused on celebrating Pride Month, dedicated to uplifting the LGBTQ+ community. While recognizing the importance of Pride, it’s also crucial to shed light on another pressing …

August, 2023

  • 30 August

    San Diego County Supervisors Approve Creation of Binational Liaison Officer

    -Editorial The San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved the creation of a Chief Binational Affairs Officer at their Aug. 29 meeting. The position was proposed by Board Chairperson Nora Vargas to have the county address binational issues and strengthen the relationship between San Diego-Tijuana and the Cali-Baja Mega Region. …

  • 29 August

    Tesla turns on Dojo supercomputer to train driverless cars

    -Editorial Tesla turned on its Dojo supercomputer this week, a move that will significantly accelerate dataset training for Full Self-Driving (FSD) Beta. Tesla Dojo is a supercomputer designed and built by Tesla for computer vision video processing and recognition. It will be used to train Tesla’s machine learning models to …

  • 29 August

    A Mixed Bag When It Comes to Diversity in Hollywood

    By: Peter White Despite recent efforts to make the entertainment industry more reflective of the nation as a whole, there is still more work to be done. Can we tell our own stories yet? According to Michael Tran, co-author of the latest Hollywood Diversity Report, “The short answer is ‘No’, …

  • 29 August

    Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia Honors Best S.T.E.P. Forward as Nonprofit of the Year

    -Editorial On Wednesday, June 7, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella) proudly recognized Best S.T.E.P. Forward of Imperial Valley as his district’s Nonprofit of the Year honoree. CEO/Founder Jacqueline Riddell traveled to Sacramento to receive the award at the capitol. “We are honored to be recognized as the 2023 Nonprofit of the …

  • 28 August

    Bold Initiative Unveiled to Curb Exorbitant Fee Hikes in Baja California Private Schools

    -Editorial The representative of the MORENA parliamentary group, Ramón Vázquez Valadez, presented an initiative to prevent private education institutions from increasing the costs of their services arbitrarily, unilaterally, and above inflation without the authorization of the state educational authority. The Autonomous University of Baja California State has exceeded the demand …

  • 28 August

    The Paella Contest and 2023 Harvest Festival Wrap Up was carried out with remarkable success in its thirty-third edition

    -Editorial Despite having been postponed for a week due to short notice related to the proximity of Hurricane Hilary, Provino Baja California once again achieved a successful paella contest in its 2023 edition, held on Sunday, August 27th at Viña Liceaga, Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California. The event began at …

  • 26 August

    Imperial Valley Hospitals receive $28 million from Distressed Hospital Fund

    -Editorial As Imperial County is moving into creating a single medical district, there was a ray of good news the morning of Aug. 24 as it was announced that El Centro Regional Medical Center and Pioneers Memorial Hospital received a $28 million loan targeted for hospitals in distress. The Department …