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A California desert town sees surge in migrants as border crisis worsens

This article was first published June 12, 2019 on Agenda 21 Radio News Picture: A21R / Migrants cheer after clearing the first immigration checkpoint in Chiapas. By RUBEN VIVES BLYTHE, CALIF.  As the border crisis spreads in Riverside County, a Seventh-day Adventist Church in Blythe lends a hand to those transitioning to a new life in.....

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A California desert town sees surge in migrants as border crisis worsens

This article was first published June 12, 2019 on the LA Times As the border crisis spreads in Riverside County, a Seventh-day Adventist Church in Blythe lends a hand to those transitioning to a new life in the United States. By RUBEN VIVES STAFF WRITER The little boy playing in the parking lot of a Seventh-day.....

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Señal en vivo del Noticiero T52

Aquí puedes ver la transmisión en vivo de Noticiero T52. Por TELEMUNDO 52 Publicado jueves 8 de febrero de 2018 | Actualizado miércoles 26 de junio de 2019 https://www.telemundo52.com/noticias/local/Senal-en-vivo-del-Noticiero-T52-471157443.html Siga a nuestros periodistas y presentadores durante las transmisiones en vivo de T52. Nota: El video está disponible solo durante los noticieros programados. Conéctese con T52 en Facebook, Twitter e Instagram @Telemundo52......

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Volunteers Help Immigrants Being Bused Into San Bernardino

June 2019 KCAL TV Volunteers in San Bernardino are helping immigrants find shelter as they wait until they are scheduled to appear in immigration court to seek asylum.

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The Inland Empire Strikes Back: A Clean-Air Fight Becomes Personal for One Writer

Justine Calma’s Grist article documents the Sisyphean struggle of working-class activists to fight the power of polluting industries. This article was first published June 3, 2019 on Capital & Main Inside Amazon’s San Bernardino Fulfillment Center. (AP Photo/David McNew) Justine Calma grew up in the 1990s near smog’s ground zero: The Inland Empire of California’s.....

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Family Matters The town that online shopping built — and women are trying to save

This article was first published May 29, 2019 on Grist By Justine Calma Anna Sanchez felt a surge of pride as she watched her 9-year-old son, Nathan, pull on the boxy, gray and white costume. The outfit had been made by a fellow demonstrator rallying against the stifling air pollution in San Bernardino County, California,.....

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California cities, counties would have to report incentives to warehouses and job details under Riverside assemblyman’s bill

Some cities oppose Jose Medina’s proposal, saying it would be a burden and hinder efforts to boost the economy. This article was first published May 28, 2019 on the Press Enterprise One of the more prominent warehouses in the Inland Empire is the Skechers distribution center in east Moreno Valley along the 60 Freeway. A.....

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San Bernardino school board member Abigail Medina joins race for 23rd Senate District

Abigail Medina, a Democrat, is running for the 23rd Senate District seat in 2020. (Photo by Ty Washington) This article was first published May 24, 2019 on the Press Enterprise By SANDRA EMERSON | semerson@scng.com The president of the San Bernardino City Unified School District board is jumping into the race to fill the soon-to-be vacant seat.....

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Migrant crisis spreads from border into Inland Empire

Without fanfare, federal agents have been taking people into So Cal for months. This article was first published May 24, 2019 on the Orange County Register Ericka Flores, with the Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice, makes phone calls as she tries to place migrants with their relatives in the U.S. after they were.....

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Hundreds Of Asylum Seekers Being Released In San Bernardino

This was first published May 22, 2019 on CBS LA SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) – Hundreds of asylum seekers were being released in San Bernardino this week as U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it does not have the resources to handle the large number of people coming over the U.S.-Mexico border. For several days now, U.S......