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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.

October, 2023

  • 27 October

    Unveiling the Silent Horror: Confronting Gender Violence to Halt Femicides

    -Editorial In the United States, femicide – the gender-based killing of women – is often erroneously perceived as an issue primarily affecting low-income countries. Contrary to this misconception, the harsh reality is that, among high-income nations, the U.S. bears the brunt of femicide cases, with a staggering 70% occurring within …

  • 27 October

    California High Temperatures Are Here to Stay

    -Editorial California is no stranger to scorching temperatures, but recent years have seen a rise in extreme heat events that have left many residents concerned. Most of California got a reprieve from extreme heat but experts say it won’t last — extreme heat is here to stay. What works best …

  • 27 October

    Provino Presents the 2nd Cultural Evening: Day of the Dead Celebration

    -Editorial Provino Baja California’s 2023 agenda brings forth the “2nd Cultural Evening: Day of the Dead” in the heart of Ensenada, celebrating the rich traditions of this Mexican holiday. Day of the Dead recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, is known for its vibrant elements, including altars, offerings, …

  • 26 October

    Biden Requests $310 Million for Border Sewage Treatment Repair

    -Editorial President Joe Biden has included a crucial $310 million allocation in his emergency supplemental funding request to rehabilitate and expand the South Bay International Wastewater Treatment Plant. This initiative addresses the pressing issue of cross-border wastewater pollution in the Tijuana River Valley, a matter of great concern. Last month, …

  • 26 October

    CRIT Baja California and UABC Sign Collaboration Agreement

    -Editorial On October 24, CRIT Baja California and UABC signed a collaboration agreement to support future professionals in the fields of rehabilitation, psychology, and pedagogy. CRIT Baja California opens its doors to students who wish to engage in service activities and professional practices through this agreement. The Autonomous University of …

  • 25 October

    Mock Trial Program Ignites Imperial County’s Next Generation of Fearless Lawyers and Judges

    -Editorial In a move to promote legal education, the first-ever Mock Trial Boot Camp is paving the way for a new generation of lawyers who will one day become the next community leaders. The Imperial County Superior Court, in collaboration with the Imperial County Office of Education, hosted a training …

  • 25 October

    A Tasting of Colombian Delicacies Puts the Finish Touch to a Brilliant Third Edition of Binomico

    -Editorial With the curtain falling on Binómico 2023, the third edition has left in the memory of those attending this last day a special flavor thanks to the great popular Colombian tasting. The historic Casa Colón has bid farewell to citizens and visitors with a party of authentic Colombian flavors, …

  • 24 October

    Government Expands “Ruta Rosa” of Free Mammography to Women in Baja California

    -Editorial In commemoration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Governor Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda has announced the expansion of the “Pink Route” for mobile mammograms. This initiative aims to ensure the right to health by extending the prevention and early detection campaign to every corner of Baja California. Under this …

  • 23 October

    United States Delivers Humanitarian Relief to War Victims

    -Editorial The United States announced the delivery of a 20-truck convoy carrying much-needed humanitarian assistance to the people in Gaza, the first since Hamas’s horrific Oct. 7 terrorist attack on Israel.  “We thank our partners in Egypt and Israel, and the United Nations, for facilitating the safe passage of these …

  • 23 October

    San Diego Regional Chamber Returns with Positive Results After Mexico City Trip

    -Editorial A group of nearly 90 business and community leaders from San Diego and Baja California, including Mayor Todd Gloria and San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Nora Vargas, traveled to Mexico City to champion U.S.-Mexico relations and advance issues critical to the success of the binational business community. …

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