Unique stories and updates on the U.S.-Mexico border and surrounding region by reporter Sandra Dibble. (Every other Monday)
Contemporary dancer and choreographer Minervia Tapia has been inspired by the stories of the border for years. She has turned them into dance for years, and now a book.
Cross-border commuters traveling southbound to Tijuana have endured hours-long waits in recent weeks. Is there an end in sight?
While the public focus has been on the crush of asylum seekers at the border, this orderly flow has been soaring in recent years with far less public attention.
As Tijuana and San Diego prepare to jointly share the spotlight as the World Design Capital, a business group and cycling activists are championing a bike lane that could link both cities.
In my time covering the border I’ve witnessed different groups of migrants crossing at the Tijuana-San Diego border.
Their services continue to be in high demand as migrants from all over the world arrive, but the organizations are scrambling for resources themselves.
Mexican voters have some big decisions to make come June 2024. Some presidential contenders have already made Baja California a campaign stop.
Organizers of some of the most popular cultural events pulled through despite scarce funding. Here’s what Tijuana is offering this summer
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