AM Briefing from for October 31, 2013

A new smuggling tunnel along the San Diego Tijuana border was discovered by American and Mexican authorities. According to the recently finished tunnel is 20 meters deep and 150 long. The entrance on the Mexican side is just over the border and near the Otay Mesa Port of Entry. It is not clear if the tunnel ever saw use. U.S. federal authorities are expected to release more info today.

Tea Party members will protest at Congressman Darrell Issa’s Vista office today at noon. According to the local Tea Party, Issa has been suggesting that he wants to pass an immigration reform law that would grant the millions of undocumented immigrants working visas.

San Diego’s Interim Mayor Todd Gloria is holding his weekly chat with the media at 10:00 AM

Tassie Behrens, the mother of two toddlers that drowned in a pool at a home that was also a marijuana growing location will be arraigned this afternoon at 1:30. She’s facing drug and child endangerment charges.

At noon the group Walk San Diego is releasing its walking scores for San Diego today. Walkablity is a big part of how some property values are determined so realtors will watch closely.

And today is Halloween. There are events all over San Diego County.

At 12:30 it’s the 39th annual giant pumpkin drop off of the 11th floor of the Tioga Hall building at the University of California San Diego.

At 2:00 this afternoon Students from Holmes Elementary are leading a community parade.

At 5:00 at the Fallbrook Community Center, Lakeside Community Center, Spring Valley Center, there will be trick-or-treating, games, music, and costume contests.

And finally all day from 9:00 AM till 7:00 tonight 101 KGB is hosting its 35th annual Halloween blood drive.

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