Daily Archives: December 6, 2013

AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for December 6, 2013

California authorities have issued an Amber Alert for a 14-year-old girl thought to abducted by a 19-year-old man. Washington State Police say that Elizabeth Romero was kidnapped last Wednesday (that’s the fourth) by Eduardo Flores-Rosalas. He was last seen driving an early 2000’s dark green Ford Escape. Official believe the pair may be headed to Mexico through California. If you see Romeo or Flores-Rosalas call 911 or Kennewick Washington Police at 509-628-0333.

A winter storm watch is in effect for San Diego County’s mountains starting tonight and into tomorrow. A low pressure system is coming down from the North and will bring heavy snowfall along with strong gusty winds at elevations as low as 3000 feet.

At 9:00 this morning in San Diego’s downtown courthouse Jorge Sillas and Victor Gonzalez are scheduled to be sentenced for their part in a murder-for-hire plot connected to the infamous Arellano Felix drug cartel.

At 10:00 AM the San Diego Association of Governments Board of Directors is talking about how varying land use scenarios can reduce greenhouse emissions.

Marines and Sailors are getting free Christmas trees this morning. Trees for Troops is giving will give away 800 trees at Camp Pendleton at 9:00 AM.

And finally … Balboa Park’s 35th annual “December Nights” festival kicks off today at 3:00 PM.

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San Diegans fast for immigration reform

San Diegans fast for immigration reform

fox5sandiego.com

SAN DIEGO — San Diegans are joining a national hunger strike to call attention to Congress’s inability to pass immigration reform.

“In my little part of the world, the one thing I could do is fast myself,” said Angel Godinez.

The Fast for Families campaign started with a small group in front of the White House. They have been fasting for more than 22 days. The protest is now spreading across the country, with families and church congregations joining the fast.

Godinez says it’s also about keeping the momentum in the fight for families torn apart by the nation’s immigration laws.

It’s an issue President Barack Obama has been urging Congress to take up, but House Speaker John Boehner (R) has said he will not support the Senate’s comprehensive immigration reform bill, so there seems little chance of government action anytime soon.

“Its very frustrating,” said Godinez, who is joined…

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