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U.S. expats want tourists to return to Baja California
21 March 12 11:52 AM
ENSENADA In their campaign to bring back U.S. visitors, Baja California authorities are increasingly looking to a new source of support: testimonials from members of the state’s U.S. expatriate community. Tillie Foster, 79, is a U.S. expatriate Read More...
If facts don’t lie, is Mexico safer than the U.S.?
07 March 11 12:44 PM
If facts don’t lie, is Mexico safer than the U.S. ? By Patrick Osio Here comes Easter break again and young people will be young people – high school and college kids will travel to distant places where the drinking age is either less than Read More...
Rosarito Crime Rate Reaches Lowest Level
29 September 10 01:39 PM
We are Rosarito Beach and in all of Baja California are very excited that the crimne rate is going down. Way down. According to experts, we are now in average with the small western California cities. If only the US media would say the new realities, Read More...
Mexican officials meeting in Santa Ana
10 December 09 02:02 PM
By THERESA CISNEROS THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER SANTA ANA Leaders from across Southern and Baja California are gathering at the Police Department today to share information on public safety, economic development and regional infrastructure. It's an Read More...
Weekly Fishing Column: Punta Colonet well worth trip to Baja
01 December 09 01:55 PM
The Daily Breeze By Phil Friedman, Correspondent Punta Colonet is located 120 miles south of the Mexican border in Tijuana. The drive there takes you through some of the most picturesque geography of northern Baja California. You will pass through Tijuana, Read More...

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