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Archive for February 11th, 2010

Western Union to Fight Money Laundering by Mexican Cartels

Western Union to Fight Money Laundering by Mexican Cartels

Brown and Arizona AG Goddard Announce $94 Million Agreement with Western Union to Fight Money Laundering by Mexican Cartels Los Angeles - Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced a $94 million settlement with Western Union Financial Services, Inc., that resolves a decade-long investigation into illicit money transfers that "have flowed freely" in the Southwest border region. The settlement includes $50 million in funding for the "Southwest Border Anti-Money Laundering Alliance," [...]

American Red Cross Reminds Families To Be Prepared At Home

American Red Cross Reminds Families To Be Prepared At Home

In an effort to balance the budget in the City of San Diego, “rolling brownouts” will commence on February 6, 2010.  Fire crews will be rotated and equipment will be less available, meaning that first responders may take longer to respond to an emergency.  The American Red Cross reminds San Diego families to be prepared in the event that disaster strikes. GET A KIT - Create an emergency preparedness kit for your family and review its contents every six months. If you don’t have one, [...]

Calexico High School Students Break a Record by Giving

Calexico High School Students Break a Record by Giving

By Luke Phillips Calexico High School students showed their giving nature Tuesday and were able to break a record while they were at it. 125 students showed up to give blood at a blood drive hosted by the American Red Cross at Calexico High School. Red Cross workers collected 99 units of blood in two mobile blood drive stations. One bus collected 59 units, which was a record for high school blood drives, and the other collected 40 units, which was a record for that bus. Carina Kagan, [...]

Holtville Trash Service Goes Out For Bid

Holtville Trash Service Goes Out For Bid

By Luke Phillips When it comes to trash, the city of Holtville is keeping it’s options open. The Holtville City Council voted 4-1 Monday night to prepare a request for proposals and solicit bids for the city’s waste hauling services instead of renegotiating exclusively with Allied Waste, the city‘s current provider. Council member Bianca Padilla cast the one dissenting vote. “My goal is to maintain the level of service that we have now,” Padilla said. “To maintain the level [...]

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