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Calexico (Imperial, California)

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  • Crashed plane pulled from Back Bay

    Crashed plane pulled from Back Bay
    NEWPORT BEACH — After five days of surfing and Mexican food, the three buddies from the South Bay were flying home from Scorpion Bay, a world-class surf break on the Baja Peninsula. They had eaten a roasted pig with other intrepid travelers,...
  • Coroner: Three on doomed plane drowned

    The three victims of a single-engine plane crash in Newport Beach's Back Bay drowned, coroner officials said Tuesday. Charles Chambers, 58, of Redondo Beach, Sean Kelly, 44, of Hermosa Beach, and Russell Urban, 63, of Rancho Palos Verdes, were killed...
  • 12 Years Later, Murder Suspect Behind Bars

    More than 12 years after a man was shot and killed, the suspect accused of pulling the trigger is in police custody. Tuesday morning, Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputies were told Felipe Solorio was arrested in Mexicali, Mexico. Investigators drove to...
  • Imperial Valley Press

    Imperial Valley Press
    205 N. 8th Street El Centro, CA 92243 Phone 760-337-3456 Fax 760-353-3003 http://www.ivpressonline.com The Paper Founded: The first issue of the Imperial Valley Press, titled only Imperial Press, was printed on April 20, 1901 as a weekly local...
  • Roberto de la Madrid dies at 88; U.S.-born governor of a Mexican state

    Roberto de la Madrid dies at 88; U.S.-born governor of a Mexican state
    Roberto de la Madrid, who became the first U.S.-born governor of a Mexican state when he took office in 1977 in Baja California, has died. He was 88. De la Madrid died March 19, officials from Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party confirmed. He...
  • One Mexico border city is quiet, maybe too quiet

    One Mexico border city is quiet, maybe too quiet
    In Tijuana, schoolchildren get lessons on how to duck during gangland shootouts. Ciudad Juarez cops patrol with military escorts, and the morgue there is spilling over with gunshot victims. But here in Mexicali, people fear the desert sun more than...
  • Deepening woes for the Imperial Valley

    Deepening woes for the Imperial Valley
    The Imperial Valley is accustomed to the spectral look of failure: Houses around the Salton Sea have been abandoned for decades; the Planters Hotel in Brawley stood empty for years before it was destroyed by fire; Main Street in El Centro, the Imperial...
  • 5.1 Aftershock Strikes Baja After Deadly 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake

    5.1 Aftershock Strikes Baja After Deadly 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake
    LOS ANGELES -- A moderate aftershock rattled northern Baja California Friday, days after the area was struck by a deadly magnitude-7.2 earthquake on Easter Sunday. The magnitude-5.1 aftershock struck 36 miles south of Mexicali at 4:05 p.m. Friday. No...
  • Quake series shakes border area

    Quake series shakes border area
    Earthquakes continue to rattle the California- Mexico border but there are no reports of damage or injuries. The U.S. Geological Survey says a quake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.2 struck at 5:01 a.m. Wednesday in Mexico. It was centered in Baja...
  • Small Earthquakes Shake California-Mexico Border

    Small Earthquakes Shake California-Mexico Border
    BAJA-- No immediate reports of damage or injuries were reported when a 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit near the California- Mexico border Saturday. The quake struck at 3:37 p.m. 29 miles southwest of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico, about 45 miles south of...
  • Feds indict 16 after infiltrating Mexican drug cartel

    Feds indict 16 after infiltrating Mexican drug cartel
    Sixteen alleged associates of the Mexico-based Sinaloa drug cartel were indicted and more than 550 pounds of drugs were seized as part of an eight-month undercover investigation that included surveillance operations in San Diego, Attorney General Jerry...
  • Mexico plans big splash with new Baja port

    Mexico's government is preparing to open bidding on the largest infrastructure project in the nation's history, a $4-billion seaport that could transform this farming village into a cargo hub to rival the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. If completed...