Content for Tuesday, November 6, 2012
- First Round High Five
- Over 7 tons of marijuana seized in TJ
- But, I'm Not Ready for a New Cat
- Baja & Border News Translations: Water Cutoff Won’t Affect General Hospital; Some Schools Shall Suspend Classes Tomorrow; Father Imprisoned for Incest
- Baja & Border News Translations: Remember to Stock-up on Drinking Water; Expect Temperature Drop
- Possible money laundering charges for groups hiding source of $11M funneled to California PAC
- Drive-by purse snatchers drag female victim
- Baja & Border News Translations: Human Rights Violation Complaints against Ensenada Police; Growing Support for Business
- CIF First Round Schedule
- Budweiser: The beer that made Zemeckis grimace
- Baja & Border News Translations: Vicente Guerrero Citizens Make Demands for Water
- Baja & Border News Translations: Vicente Guerrero Goes Without Garbage Collection; Fishermen Groups in Dispute at Punta Baja Area
- SDAFF adds encore screenings
- Rancho Santa Fe among 10 most expensive neighborhoods
- Author & Punisher: this is heavy
- RunPee tells you when to go
- Lynch in default, but says he is paying up today
- Street Style, Election Day: Voting With the Dead
- What will San Diego's "First Significant Other" do?
- The Hunger Games at Pearl Hotel
- SDSU VS UCSD
- Inaugural Baja International Film Festival to take place this month
- Beer Week Basics: Hess
- Firm connected with Duty Free empire gives Filner last minute $10,000
- Finally got around to seeing The Man with the Iron Fists
- Traffic snarls predicted during upcoming events Downtown
- Baja & Border News Translations: Toyota Motors Will Stay in BC; Migrant Resources are Lost
- Baja & Border News Translations: Tax System is Outdated 20 Years; Mexicans May Enter Country with $300 US Tax-Free
- Baja & Border News Translations: Country's Judges Feel Unsafe
News & Stories
Burned by Bensoussan Re “The View of the Lake,” (Neighborhood News, November 1). I regret the time I spent campaigning for Pamela Bensoussan, and for voting for her in 2008. As soon as she was ...
There are lots of reasons why you might like to have a handy day-trip plan for NYC. Perhaps you’re sitting bored out of your tree in one of the many cities that supports a super-discount ...
“16 miles! Please tell me you’re kidding?” It’s 12:30 p.m. and I’m at the first break spot along this 50-mile Rosarito–Ensenada Bike Ride. I’ve been on my $40 Craigslist-bought beach cruiser (the title doesn’t lie) ...
The newly opened border-crossing facility dubbed El Chaparral opened its 22 gates to the full flow of Mexico-bound vehicle traffic on Friday, November 1, and motorists were forced to endure “embotellamientos” (traffic jams) in various ...