When the officers were injured in the shooting, the San Diego Police Department requested assistance from all law enforcement agencies in the county, including the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, National City and Carlsbad police departments. … [Read more...] about 2 Cops Injured, Suspect Dead After Shooting at San Diego Apartment: Police
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A second layer of fencing made of steel mesh, 13 miles long and 15 feet to 18 feet high, was finished in 1996. Apprehensions of undocumented immigrants in the San Diego sector decreased sharply between 1996 and 1997, from about 484,000 to 284,000. That 40 percent decrease was not consistent with numbers in other border sectors that year. … [Read more...] about Fact Check: Did San Diego build a wall and end illegal border crossings?
The secondary wall will be built in the eastern portion of Border Field State Park in San Diego, extend for 12.5 miles and should be 18 feet tall, a spokesperson for the sector told the Washington Examiner. It was awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on December 20, 2018. … [Read more...] about Nielsen Expedites ‘Secondary Wall’ Near Border in San Diego
The privately funded and operated project will create a port of entry limited to toll-paying airline passengers that is unique on the U.S. border. It consists of an enclosed 390-foot-long bridge with divided north/south corridors that will allow passengers to walk across between the United States and Mexico, avoiding lengthy lines at the San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry. The bridge will connect the airport to a 65,000-square-foot structure on Otay Mesa that will include retail shops and restaurants, airline customer service counters, and short and long-term parking facilities. It will also include an area where U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers would process passengers. … [Read more...] about Groundbreaking Cross-border Airport Terminal Linking Tijuana to San Diego Breaks Ground
“At Notre Dame, I kept track on the wall by my bunk of the consecutive days I had gone without seeing the sun,” O’Malley said. “I got to 30 and said, ‘That’s enough.’ I sat on the floor of my dorm room and planned the rest of my life. I figured out that San Diego had the lowest mean temperature variation and was one of the fastest-growing cities. And you could go to Mexico in 10 minutes and drink beer. It sounded like a pretty good deal, so I decided I would end up in San Diego.” … [Read more...] about Why DLA Piper’s co-CEO ended up in San Diego (Hint: it’s a numbers thing)