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El Centro (Imperial, California)

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  • Illegal Immigrants Posing as US Marines Arrested at Border

    Illegal Immigrants Posing as US Marines Arrested at Border
    SAN DIEGO (KTLA) -- Border Patrol agents have arrested 13 illegal immigrants dressed in U.S. Marine uniforms. The men were arrested at the Campo Border Patrol Westbound I-8 checkpoint on March 14th. According to California's El Centro Border...
  • Sunrise Powerlink to bring wind energy to San Diego

    Sunrise Powerlink to bring wind energy to San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Gas & Electric  has signed 20-year agreement that will result in one-quarter of its renewable energy coming from windmills in Imperial County. Enough juice from the Ocotillo Wind Energy Facility will be delivered over the Sunrise...
  • Betty Jeanne Crawford Pinney

    Betty Jeanne Crawford Pinney was born on September 8, 1920, in Los Angeles, California, to parents Pitzer Miller Crawford and Anna Johnson Crawford.  She died on February 13 in Glendale after spending an enjoyable visit with her family.  Betty graduated...
  • Phyllis Mae Lammers

      Phyllis Mae Lammers passed away peacefully May 19. She was born in Long Beach, CA on Aug. 31, 1914, the only child of Hazel and Clark Booher.   She attended schools in Los Angeles and El Centro.  She graduated from UCLA in 1934 with a degree in...
  • 'Conscientious Projector: Photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez'

    'Conscientious Projector: Photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez'
    In an upstairs hallway at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, a small show of photographs by Maria Teresa Fernandez focuses on the fence along the U.S.-Mexico border that begins a couple of hundred feet out in the Pacific and ends about 60 miles...
  • 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...
  • California's wildflowers show their true colors

    Springtime is peak season for wildflowers -- and for the throngs of people eager to see the eye-catching displays around California. "This year will be particularly good because of the winter rainfall we've had, which will bring all the spring annuals to...
  • Magnitude 4.1 earthquake hits California-Mexico border region

     
    A magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck the California-Mexico border region on Thursday, according to the U.S. Geographical Survey. It's the latest in thousands of aftershocks to hit the region since the magnitude 7.2 Mexicali temblor earlier this year. The...
  • 5.9 earthquake hits Southern California

     
    A 5.9 earthquake rocked Southern California Monday evening. The quake struck at the U.S.-Mexico border about 23 miles from El Centro. The quake rattled a wide swath of Southern California, but there no immediate reports of damage or injuries. [Updated.......
  • Four banks fail in California; FDIC steps in

     
    Regulators closed four California banks late Friday, bringing the year-to-date failure count to 118 nationwide and 10 in the Golden State. The four California institutions and the banks taking over their branches, deposits and most of their loans (the...
  • S.D. law students help free L.A. man from prison

    S.D. law students help free L.A. man from prison
    A Los Angeles man walked free from a state prison in Imperial County Saturday, freed after San Diego law school students found serious questions about his conviction for a 1994 robbery and killing, reported Saturday. Attorneys from the California...
  • 5.1 Earthquake Strikes East of San Diego

    5.1 Earthquake Strikes East of San Diego
    An estimated 5.1-magnitude earthquake near the California-Mexico border has shaken a wide area of Southern California including San Diego. The U.S. Geological Survey's automated seismic reporting system said the quake struck at 5:38 p.m. Tuesday and...