Coronado News and syndicated editorial cartoonist Lisa Benson is the latest to opine how California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems to not care about the massive international sewage crisis affecting Imperial Beach and Coronado.
The mayors of every single city in San Diego County have sent a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom calling for him to declare a state of emergency regarding the Tijuana sewage crisis.
New public records show Coronado High School students in late May located and distributed “a photo/image” of a district employee from an online dating app and then sent it to numerous smartphones of classmates, The Coronado News has learned.
Awaken Church founders Jurgen and Leanne Matthesius have built their evangelical ministry around Jesus, but with an emphasis on miracles, speaking in tongues while advocating political activism and “prosperity theology” – a belief that God will reward faith with wealth on earth. The pastors enhance those themes with attractive young ministers, lively Christian music and […]
The Coronado Police Department has launched a “possible child pornography” investigation into a late May controversy involving a Coronado High School staff member and “inappropriate” material sent to students, The Coronado News has learned after threatening legal action.
Dave Gibson, who leads the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board, has for years tried to help solve the cross-border sewage contamination problem stemming from Tijuana. With $200,000 in state funds available to address water quality problems arising in the rivers that come across the border from Mexico, he wanted to give that money […]
The Coronado News, as part of a multi-part examination into the politically active church and the culture war playing out in Coronado, visited an Awaken service at the invitation of its pastors.
The desire to plant an Awaken Church campus in Coronado has churned up a First Amendment dispute, with freedom of speech, assembly and religion all involved.
A Coronado power trio has spent the past four years working on a documentary regarding the Tijuana sewage crisis and they are hoping to have it done on time to be considered for the Coronado Island Film Festival in November.
Forty nonprofit organizations across San Diego County sent a letter July 14 to Gov. Gavin Newsom and President Joe Biden urging swift action on the toxic transboundary pollution following through the Tijuana River Watershed and into the Pacific Ocean. The letter echoes the request for a federal emergency declaration first made by Imperial Beach Mayor […]
Close to 50 local residents and public officials convened at the Community Center in Coronado on July 12, and they were told the problem of processing sewage from Mexico has significantly increased.
The move by elected officials comes after The Coronado News earlier this year published a five-part investigative series that examined the decades of broken promises by political leaders to fix the sewage crisis that has hurt local economies and sickened residents, U.S. Border Patrol agents and Navy SEALS.
A group of environmentalists in Tijuana walked among beach-goers with signs about the ongoing Tijuana sewage crisis encouraging them to take action on July 2. That Sunday morning, Tijuana Animal Rights organized a beach cleanup and demonstration to raise awareness of ocean contamination at Playas de Tijuana, with outreach efforts to enact the Plant-Based Treaty […]
The United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission is inviting the public to a meeting regarding the health crisis at the Coronado Community Center on July 12. The two-hour meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Triton Room at 1845 Strand Way.
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors have declared a state of emergency regarding the ongoing Tijuana sewage crisis that has polluted the Pacific Ocean and closed beaches in Coronado and Imperial Beach.
Tijuana Animal Save alongside other activists in Tijuana will be organizing a demonstration to raise awareness of the Mexican government’s failure to take action against ocean contamination, organizers said.