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Chula Vista man sentenced to nearly six years in prison for distributing over 100 pounds of fentanyl

Chula Vista man sentenced to nearly six years in prison for distributing over 100 pounds of fentanyl

Ernesto Renteria, 45, was sentenced to 71 months in custody on Dec.1 for distributing over 100 pounds of fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, cocaine and methamphetamine.
Suspect arrested for fatally shooting a man last week in Chula Vista

Suspect arrested for fatally shooting a man last week in Chula Vista

Martin Morales, 48, was arrested on Dec.1 at the U.S-Mexico line in Otay Mesa for the suspected murder of 54-year-old Alberto Marquez.
Find joy this holiday season

Find joy this holiday season

A San Diego man files a lawsuit to a company for  discrimination

A San Diego man files a lawsuit to a company for discrimination

Jeffrey Thornton, a Black applicant for a Technical Supervisor position to Encore Global, a national audio/visual company may be the first to cite the Crown Act in a legal claim.
San Diego La Raza Law Association holds gala event to promote scholarship fund

San Diego La Raza Law Association holds gala event to promote scholarship fund

Over a dozen Latinx law advocates were recognized by the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association for their career achievements.
Mexican national team unveils new crest after 3 decades

Mexican national team unveils new crest after 3 decades

El Tri has a new crest as the 2022 World Cup nears, sparking a refreshing beginning for its soccer federation.
California sees the first Omicron variant case in the U.S.

California sees the first Omicron variant case in the U.S.

U.S health officials say that the individual experienced "very mild" symptoms and is self quarantined.
Holiday tips for neurodivergent families to prepare for upcoming changes.

Holiday tips for neurodivergent families to prepare for upcoming changes.

With shifts in schedules and routines, families can prepare and still enjoy the holiday season.
U.S Customs and Border Protection updates guidelines surrounding pregnant, postpartum nursing individuals and infants

U.S Customs and Border Protection updates guidelines surrounding pregnant, postpartum nursing individuals and infants

New guidelines are released nearly two years after a 27 year-old Guatemalan woman gave birth at a Chula Vista Border Patrol station. 
Sustainable events and workshops to participate in the month of December

Sustainable events and workshops to participate in the month of December

 The South Bay Sustainable Communities Network will host a series of events and workshops aimed to educate the community on sustainable practices.