Imperial Valley News Center
- Written by Annie Reisewitz
San Diego, California - In a new study, researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego found that the background music in shark documentaries affects viewers’ perceptions of sharks. The researchers suggest that ominous background music could hinder shark conservation efforts.
- Written by IVN
Hidalgo, Texas - Border Patrol agents assigned to the Weslaco Station rescued a woman and her four-year-old daughter Tuesday morning during the midnight hour. The woman told Border Patrol agents her daughter had been shot days earlier in Mexico by smugglers during a robbery.
- Written by Border Scope
Washington, DC - A new Spanish language video testimonial released today by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) underscore the grim realities thousands of migrants endure in their journey from Central America to the U.S. border in the hands of merciless human smugglers.
FTC and USDA to Host Roundtable to Examine Consumer Perceptions of “Organic” Claims for Non-Agricultural Products
- Written by IVN
Washington, DC - The Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will co-host a roundtable in Washington, D.C. on October 20, 2016, to help the agencies better understand how consumers perceive “organic” claims for non-agricultural products, such as personal care products.
Four Nuestra Familia Gang Members Convicted in California for Their Roles in Racketeering Conspiracy, Murder and Related Offenses
- Written by Department of Justice
San Francisco, California - After an approximately three-month trial, four Nuestra Familia gang members have been convicted for their roles in a wide-ranging racketeering conspiracy that involved several murders, drug trafficking and firearms offenses, among other related offenses.
- Written by Jeffrey A. Eisenach, Ph.D.
Washington, DC - The Long-Run Effects of Employment Regulation on California’s Economy via US Chamber of Commerce:
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