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  • Building a house for his family, but father can't live in it

    Building a house for his family, but father can't live in it
    PURISIMA DE TEMASCATIO DE ARRIBA, Mexico — The six brothers and sisters ambled down the hill in this ranching village, singing, laughing and kicking rocks, serenaded by cock-a-doodle-doos and baaa-baaas. There were Omar and Teresa and Noe and...
  • Trio of burglars used U-Haul truck to swipe $10,000 worth of items from home

    Trio of burglars used U-Haul truck to swipe $10,000 worth of items from home
    If at first you don't get caught, steal, steal again... A dad and his daughter who were out for a walk on Friday evening happened to spot two men and a woman removing items and loading them into a U-Haul truck from the Winter Park home of a family member,...
  • Guillermo Martinez: Congress avoids question by stalling on immigration

    For most, if not all, groups that seek approval of a comprehensive immigration law, Republicans are the devil incarnate. They say the wrong thing at the wrong time. Remember in the 2012 presidential election when Mitt Romney said immigrants should self-...
  • 'Security concern' grounds international flight in Chicago

    'Security concern' grounds international flight in Chicago
    A United Airlines plane en route to Brussels with more than 200 passengers returned to O'Hare International Airport Friday because of a "suspected security concern," according to the airline. "United flight 972 from Chicago to Brussels returned Friday...
  • For second night, search for shooting suspect called off

    For second night, search for shooting suspect called off
    Update - Thursday evening: Law enforcement called off the search effort for Jan Kilbourne at about 5:40 p.m. The Cowley County Sheriff's Department says it has no idea if the suspect is still in the area. Because investigators have lost track of him,...
  • Faith in the Trust Act

    In vetoing a bill last year that would have curtailed some deportations under the federal program known as Secure Communities, Gov. Jerry Brown explained that he feared it would block immigration authorities from removing some genuinely dangerous...
  • Suspects in La Caņada home burglary arrested

    Two suspects arrested last week were found with $7,000 worth of property, including jewelry, laptop computers and an iPad, that had been stolen from a La Caņada Flintridge home, authorities said. Dominique Mims, a 25-year-old Inglewood resident, was...
  • Teen suspect in shooting of boy, 7, was on electronic monitor

    Teen suspect in shooting of boy, 7, was on electronic monitor
    A 15-year-old boy jumped from his bike and opened fire after a passenger in a car issued an apparent taunt, but the bullets struck a 7-year-old child who had just returned from riding bikes with his cousin, authorities and family said Tuesday. Cook...
  • U.S. requests extradition of Mexican behind DEA agent's death

    U.S. requests extradition of Mexican behind DEA agent's death
    MEXICO CITY — The United States government has formally requested the extradition of Rafael Caro Quintero, the Mexican drug lord who was convicted of slaying a U.S. anti-narcotics agent in 1985 but was freed last week by a Mexican court on a...
  • Congressional representatives urge Brown to sign immigration bill

    SACRAMENTO -- Twenty-eight of California's congressional representatives are throwing their weight behind state legislation that would make it harder to deport immigrants who are in the country illegally. The representatives -- all Democrats,...
  • Half of eligible immigrants sign up for deferred deportation program

    Half of eligible immigrants sign up for deferred deportation program
    TUCSON -- Stifled by a variety of obstacles — from fees to fear — fewer than half of those eligible for immigration relief have taken advantage of an Obama administration program launched a year ago, according to a new study. About 49% of...