Imperial Valley News Center
Justice Department Seeks to Denaturalize Chicago-Area Gymnastics Coach and Former Olympian José Vilchis Who Sexually Abused Multiple Minor Female Athletes
- Written by IVN
Chicago, Illinois - The Justice Department Monday filed a lawsuit seeking to revoke the naturalized U.S. citizenship of José Vilchis, who allegedly concealed from U.S. immigration authorities his repeated sexual abuse of at least three minor female athletes. According to the Department’s civil complaint, Vilchis, a native of Mexico, sexually assaulted the girls at various gymnastics training centers in the greater Chicago, Illinois, area over a span of decades. The complaint alleges that beginning as early as 1985, Vilchis sexually assaulted gymnastics students – some as young as 12 – whom he was coaching, and then concealed his conduct throughout multiple immigration proceedings.
- Written by America Newscape
San Diego, California - ‘Tis the season for festive fun at the San Diego Zoo’s annual holiday spectacular—Jungle Bells presented by California Coast Credit Union. Jungle Bells kicks off today (Friday, December 13, 2019) and runs through January 5, 2020. This seasonal event transforms the Zoo into a wild wonderland of twinkling lights, entertaining live performances, holiday music, special displays, festive foods and animal encounters.
- Written by KXO Radio AM1230
Imperial, California - Please join George Gale as he interviews Alexis Brown and Sgt, Max Shefield as they preview "Imperial December to Remember Market Days Event" KXO Radio AM 1230 Interview.
White House Principles for Child Care Reform: Increasing Access to Affordable, High Quality Child Care in America
- Written by White House
Washington, DC - Today, more Americans are working than ever before. Virtually every demographic is achieving historic low unemployment rates. As the Trump Administration’s policies continue to fuel economic growth, we have seen millions of Americans come off the sidelines and rejoin the workforce. In fact, job openings have exceeded the number of job seekers for well over a year. Maintaining that growth will require strengthening policies to support working families, including increasing access to affordable, high quality child care.
- Written by Council of Economic Advisers
Washington, DC - Under the Trump Administration, economic growth continues to exceed expectations. For 16 straight months, wages have grown by at least 3.0 percent, a pace not seen in more than 10 years. Additionally, for 19 straight months, job openings have exceeded job seekers, something never recorded before President Trump took office. Higher wages and plentiful jobs create strong incentives for Americans to join the labor force. In October, nearly three quarters of people entering employment came from outside of the labor force, which is a historic high. Even with impressive labor market gains, high child care expenses limit parents’ options to work outside of the home.
- Written by White House
Washington, DC - "My administration will also continue to advocate for policies that support working families, including making child care more affordable and accessible." ~ President Donald J. Trump
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