COVID Restrictions: Los Gatos Yoga Studio Under Fire For Planned Retreat In MexicoA Los Gatos yoga studio has come under fire for promoting a yoga retreat in Tellum, Mexico as the pandemic rages in both countries.
Bay Area Teen Makes Impassioned Plea Asking Immigration Officials To Halt Father's DeportationA San Francisco Bay Area teenager issued an impassioned plea Tuesday to federal immigration officials, asking them to halt the deportation of her father back to Mexico.
Toilet Paper From Mexico Filling Gaps On U.S. Shelves During Pandemic DemandToilet paper is back on store shelves. But you may not recognize some of the brands. Demand for toilet paper has been so high during the pandemic that in order to keep their shelves stocked, retailers are buying up foreign toilet paper brands, mostly from Mexico
Fugitive East Palo Alto Mother Sought In 1993 Cold Case Homicide Of Daughter Arrested In Ventura CountyAn East Palo Alto woman who fled to Mexico following the death of her three-year-old daughter in 1993 has been arrested in Southern California.
At Least 5 Dead As Major Earthquake Rocks Mexico's West Coast; 7.4 Magnitude Near OaxacaA major earthquake measuring 7.4 in magnitude struck along Mexico's west coast off the state of Oaxaca Tuesday, triggering a tsunami warning stretching from Acapulco to the coast of El Salvador and killing at least five people, according to authorities.
Grand Princess Passengers On SF-Mexico Cruise File Class-Action Lawsuit Over CoronavirusPassengers who sailed from the Bay Area to Mexico earlier this year on the cruise ship Grand Princess have filed a class-action lawsuit, alleging they were negligently exposed to the coronavirus.
9th Circuit Court Halts Trump's 'Remain In Mexico' Policy On Asylum SeekersA federal appeals court ruled Friday that the government can no longer make asylum seekers wait in Mexico while their cases wind through the U.S. immigration courts.
Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Enforcing New Asylum RestrictionsA federal judge in San Francisco said Wednesday that he expects to rule later in the day on whether to grant a preliminary injunction blocking a rule by the administration of President Donald Trump that severely restricts asylum applications.
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Crew Members Welcomed Home By FamiliesAfter nearly 100 days at sea and a dramatic drug bust in the Pacific, the crew of a U.S. Coast Guard cutter returned home to the welcoming arms of their Bay Area families Monday.
DRAMATIC VIDEO: U.S. Coast Guard Boards Drug Smuggling SubThe war on drugs continues off the waters of Mexico and South America including the dramatic boarding of a small submarine by the crew of the Cutter Munro.
Trump Says U.S. Has Signed Trade Deal With Mexico To Avoid TariffsPresident Trump tweeted Friday evening that a trade deal has been signed with Mexico to avoid tariffs that would've started on Monday.
Trump to Impose New Tariffs on Mexico Over Migrant CrisisPresident Trump announced the U.S. will impose new tariffs on all goods imported from Mexico in an effort to pressure that government to take action to curb the flow of Central American families heading toward the U.S.
Oakland Federal Judge To Hear Challenge On Trump Border Wall FundingA federal judge will hear arguments on requests by 20 states and the Sierra Club for a preliminary injunction blocking President Donald Trump's plan to divert federal funding to border wall construction.
Federal Appeals Court Approves Policy Forcing Asylum Seekers To Wait In MexicoA federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco that for the time being, the Trump administration can force Central American asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while they pursue their asylum claims
Trump Administration Considered Dumping Immigration Detainees In San FranciscoThe Trump Administration’s plan to get revenge on cities like San Francisco has been exposed.