Two former coaches for the Chivas USA Youth Academy soccer program have filed a lawsuit against a Major League Soccer club, alleging they were fired for not being Latino.
Eleven million has become the most cited statistic in the immigration reform debate. We take a closer look at the number.
The head of the U.S. Olympic Committee confirmed San Diego-Tijuana want to host the 2024 Summer Games.
Hundreds of people marched through downtown San Diego on Friday, calling on President Barack Obama to stop workplace immigration enforcement until an immigration reform bill is passed.
Grossmont Union High School District is among the schools singled out for not providing adequate English instruction to foreign language speakers.
Los Angeles plans to go coal free by 2025 to reduce carbon emissions. The city currently gets 40 percent of its energy from coal-fired power plants in Arizona and Utah. So while great for Earth Day, quitting coal will have ripple effects on the region, not to mention ratepayers.
Agent Luis Fonseca had been accused of beating and choking an immigrant at a Border Patrol station.
Immigrant rights activists and business groups say the bill is a good first step, but they'll still lobby for changes.
This year’s prolific Joshua tree bloom is sending tourists out in droves to see the trees. But the phenomenon could be a sign of the trees’ precarious future.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of deported parents are trying to reunite with children left behind in the United States. In 2011, some 1,500 children in Southern California were removed from detained or deported parents and placed in state care.
Unions hope legalization for 11 million immigrants without authorization will make organizing those immigrants easier.
Hundreds of union supporters marked Cesar Chavez Day by marching in downtown San Diego on Monday. Labor's evolving stance on immigration was on display.
The defendants are alleged members of a splinter group of Tijuana's Arellano-Felix cartel.
Since the start of the Iraq War, more than 11,000 Iraqis have arrived in the city of El Cajon, east of San Diego.
Alex Sanchez was the first former gang member granted political asylum in an immigration case. But for the last three years he has been implicated in a complicated, high-profile criminal case.