Tijuana

Fronteras Desk
10:55 am
Fri June 14, 2013

Trade Delays At The Border Cost U.S. Billions

Trucker Alejandro Rivera fills out paperwork after delivering a load from a factory in Ciudad Juárez to a warehouse in El Paso.
Monica Ortiz Uribe Fronteras

Fronteras: Homicides have spiked recently in Tijuana. Texas law enforcement officials say cartel activity is spreading to large cities. We look at how wait times at the border affect bi-national trade. Also on this show: The first of a two part series on the U.S.-born children of deported immigrants and the challenge to reunited them with their parents.

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Fronteras Desk
10:50 am
Fri April 26, 2013

Immigration Reform Leaders Tackle Border Security

Veterans for Peace demonstrate against using drones for domestic surveillance August 2012.
Fronteras

Fronteras: Before any immigration reform can happen, Homeland Security needs to prove the border is secure. Some border residents say that's just a numbers game. We also take a critical look at border drones and how proposed immigration reform is giving new hope for family reunions in Mexico. Also,the professional sports teams in Phoenix are trying to cultivate new fans across the border.

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Fronteras Desk
12:44 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

Cities Across Southwest Courting Drone Companies

A coalition of local defense industry advocates hope to brand San Diego as the drone capital of the world.
U.S. Marines

On Fronteras: San Diego is in the forefront of a competition to attract big players in the drone industry. New classes in San Diego focus on students struggling to master English. A small population of Muslims have made Tijuana their home. Even though many border crossings are illegal, they play a big role in family identity and history.

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Fronteras Desk
1:56 pm
Thu December 6, 2012

Big Bend Crossing: Will The Border Reopen at Boquillas?

Mexican nationals on the south side of the Rio Grande at Boquillas, Mexico
Lorne Matalon Marfa Public Radio

The Fronteras Desk: Some border residents are waiting for the opening of a formal border crossing linking Rio Grande Village inside Big Bend National Park and the Mexican riverside village of Boquillas; authorities in Tijuana have located two mass graves containing potentially hundreds of dissolved human remains; how one health provider is using telenovelas to educate Latinos about HIV; and finally, the holiday season has many families preparing for tamaladas.

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Fronteras Desk
4:34 pm
Thu November 29, 2012

New Mexican President Brings Hope To Some, Tijuana Boosts Tourism, And Mezcal, A Traditional Drink

Pedro Quintanilla, center, watches his business partner Alejandro Martinez Grey sipping mezcal through a siphon. The mezcalero, or mezcal producer on the right has just just finished distilling the mezcal.
Lorne Matalon

Some Mexican citizens hope the PRI's return to power in Mexico will bring stability to the country. A look at how the border city of Tijuana is trying to lure tourists by promoting a growing music scene, while more traditional tourist draws are still alive and kicking. Finally, Mezcal, tequila's cousin, is contributing to reverse migration to Mexico.

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Fronteras Desk
12:48 pm
Thu November 8, 2012

Latino Vote Wakes Up, TB In Tijuana, Dinosaur Tracks, And A Cross-Border Soccer Team

Supporters of President Barack Obama showed their enthusiasm for his reelection at the Nevada Democratic Party's celebration. The event took place at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Veronica Zaragovia Fronteras

Everyone was wondering what effect the Latino vote would have on this election, and now we know.  A look at efforts to fight tuberculosis in the border city of Tijuana. The Navajo Nation is taking steps to preserve dinosaur tracks, and how a soccer team has become part of a culture spanning both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

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