Wastewater flows into the Pacific Ocean from an arroyo near Mexico's sewage treatment plant at Punta Bandera, six miles south of Tijuana. Photo by Dennis Wagner.

The Coronado News for much of this year has investigated and reported on the Tijuana sewage crisis.

We have taken you to Tijuana to show you how 29 families didn’t have a sewage system and share a water hose, and we have given you first-hand stories about pollution victims like Imperial Beach teacher Josh Hill.

We have profiled elected leaders like Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey and Imperial Beach Mayor Paloma Aguirre, who are fighting to end the millions of gallons of sewage flowing from Tijuana onto their beaches.

Now, we are teaming with MuckRock, a non-profit collaborative news site that gives you the tools to keep our government transparent and accountable, to do additional stories.

But, we need your help.

Please consider filling out this form or go online to give us additional information in how we can continue our coverage of this important issue.

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Craig Harris has 31 years of daily journalism experience and is editor and associate publisher. He most recently worked at USA TODAY as a national investigative business reporter, and he’s a two-time Polk Award winner. You can catch him at the Coronado dog beach with his beagle, Daisy, who has her own Twitter account. He can be reached by email or at 602-509-3613.