A participant in one of the U.S.' "Trusted Traveler" programs was caught this week trying to cross the border with $1 million worth of methamphetamine hidden in his car.
Less than half of all immigrants facing deportation proceedings have legal representation, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Today the city of San Diego rescinded a permit allowing advertisers to paint over a vintage sign on the side of the California Theater in downtown San Diego. A public outcry to save the sign is the reason.
A new study of some of the country's biggest housing markets suggests the neighborhoods of the future will look a lot different from today's suburbs.
A federal agency in charge of protecting the U.S.-Mexico border gives citizens a chance to track smugglers and more.
Cab drivers - mostly immigrants - are 60 times more likely to be killed on the job, more so than police officers. The system used to lease taxis makes it hard to implement safety improvements.
A California program seeks to improve the health of local residents by putting fresh foods in people’s paths. Officials hope the program may go national, making cilantro and pomegranates common at the corner store.
Many boats have been damaged crossing the shallow stretch of the waterway on the Arizona-California border.
Biotechnology firms actually added jobs while other industries, like construction, lost them during the Great Recession. In the finale of our series, we explore whether biotech can offer jobs to unemployed carpenters and real estate agents.
Some Mexican shoppers traveled a long way to get in on Black Friday sales along the U.S.-Mexico border.