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A joint investigation by local and federal law enforcement uncovered a large-scale steroids ring in Irvine that may have distributed the drugs locally and internationally, Irvine police announced this week. Carlos Hernandez, 27, and his wife, Roxanne,...
Tags: National Security
Staff WritersIMPERIAL - The name of the woman killed Monday on Aten Road was released by the Coroner’s Office on Wednesday. The woman was 80-year-old Micaela Govea of Imperial. She was hit by a vehicle as she crossed Aten Road west of Highway 86. An autopsy was...
WASHINGTON — A sophisticated airborne radar system developed to track Taliban fighters planting roadside bombs in Afghanistan has found a new use along the U.S. border with Mexico, where it has revealed gaps in security. Operated from a Predator...
SEATTLE -- A massive manhunt along the U.S.-Canada border ended early Wednesday with the arrest of a suspected drug smuggler believed to have fired shots at U.S. border agents in a remote, mountainous valley widely used for illicit trafficking. The...
Tags: Shootings, Organized Crime, Police Arrests
Staff WriterU.S. Customs and Border Protection are reevaluating and postponing proposed cuts resulting from sequestration that would have translated to a more than 35 percent pay cut for the roughly 1,200 Border Patrol agents working in the Valley. In a statement...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAn economic impact study released Monday by the Maryland Aviation Administration ranked Hagerstown Regional Airport third out of 35 public-use airports in the state for 2012. Throughout the state, nearly 8,700 jobs can be traced to the aviation...
SAN YSIDRO — Two eternal truths about crossing the Mexican border: It's worth the drive to Rosarito Beach for Tacos El Yaqui. And coming back is hell. In the last several years, crossing the border from the Mexican side has become a test of...
email@example.comStanding in front of a newly modified Hawker Beechcraft surveillance plane, U.S. Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski on Tuesday announced $43 million in federal funding recently approved by Congress devoted to outfitting two additional multirole enforcement aircraft...
Staff WriterEfforts to rally political support for the so-called P3 continues, as the county Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to urge California senators to back the bill that allows private funding for port of entry expansions. U.S. Sens. Barbara Boxer and...
South Bend TribuneThough not set to take effect until Friday, the automatic cuts to defense and domestic spending known as the sequester, negotiated back in 2011 as part of a deal to raise the debt ceiling, already are having an effect on the economy and national security,...
A North Hills man accused of molesting a family member was due in court Monday after he was taken into custody for failing to appear at a previous court hearing, officials said. Regino Murrillo-Martinez, 54, was arrested Thursday by Los Angeles police...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Trials, Abusive Behavior
A drug-sniffing dog helped federal officers find more than 30 pounds of opium-soaked cloth and wood chips in four packages from Laos Monday, according to U.S. Customs officials. The dog, Shadow, an 8-year-old Belgian Malinois with U.S. Customs and...
Tags: Laos, O'Hare International Airport
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