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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1997
Saddleback Community College District's Faculty Assn. is seeking clothing, cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items for La Puerta de Fe orphanage in Rosarito, Mexico. Bedding and towels also are needed, and cash donations are welcome. Money will be used to buy cheese, fruit, vegetables and meat. Faculty members will deliver the donated and purchased items to the orphanage.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1996
A 51-year-old Huntington Beach man was killed, along with at least three companions, in a traffic accident late Friday in Baja California, authorities said. The van in which Randall Albin Federwitz was riding veered into the path of an oncoming heavy truck. Also killed were the driver of the van, Sergio Munoz of Chula Vista; Robert Craig Ripple of Lakewood; and an unidentified woman.
REAL ESTATE
May 2, 2004
"One Is Not Enough," the story on second homes by Allison B. Cohen, April 18, is right on. I live in Rosarito Beach -- 20 miles south of San Diego. Since 9/11, our real estate market has really been brisk with those California second-home buyers, with Arizona, Oregon, Washington state and Nevada right behind California. Diane Gibbs Rosarito Beach, Mexico
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
The discovery of 15 pounds of methamphetamine tucked into a car's air-bag compartment led to the arrest of two men, authorities said Thursday. Juan Aguirre, 53, of Oceanside, and Jesus Gonzalez, 32, of Rosarito Beach, Mexico, were booked into Ventura County Jail in lieu of $1-million bail on suspicion of transporting narcotics, said sheriff's spokesman Eric Nishimoto. The methamphetamine had an estimated street value of $1 million, he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 2003 | H.G. Reza, Times Staff Writer
The search for an armored truck driver missing since last week along with about $3 million in cash and checks is now focused in Mexico, but authorities still are unsure whether the man is a victim or a suspect. Philip Salcedo Jr. disappeared last week after dropping off his partner in downtown San Diego. The partner made a cash pickup at a business and was supposed to meet Salcedo -- who said he was going to drive around the block -- in front of the building.
NEWS
June 25, 1999 | From a Times Staff Writer
The union that declared a strike at the Baja California movie lot where "Titanic" was filmed has abandoned the work stoppage, but will fight to continue representing maintenance workers, officials said Thursday. Life was returning to normal at 20th Century Fox studios, which was shuttered with some employees inside from June 9, when the strike was declared, until Monday. "It's finished," studio spokesman Hugo Baylon said Thursday. "They're gone."
TRAVEL
November 19, 2006
"I'D like to recommend a quaint hotel a block from the beach in a delightful section of Rosarito. The Hotel Colonial is comfortable, with ocean views from the second-story rooms. The very affordable rooms have two king beds and look out on a nice courtyard. The owners, Luis and Angelica, operate the hotel and are very gracious. "The nearby restaurant La Estancia offers exquisite steak and seafood, with a romantic setting and superb ambience." Double rooms from $30.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 2013 | By Nico Smedley
Occasionally we feature a photo because it showcases a spot in Southern California that we don't see in many of our other submissions. (Downtown L.A.'s a lovely place, but please, send us some photos from other parts of the southern half of the state!) So in an attempt to diversify our offerings a little, here's a photo from slightly outside the actual Southern California region. It's of a movie studio right along the coast near Rosarito, Mexico. (Seems like an appropriate connection to L.A.)
TRAVEL
November 30, 2008 | Jen Leo
Every other new travel website claims to make your trip-planning experience easier and more efficient. TripBase.com, even though it's still in beta, actually makes it more fun. What's hot: TripBase is the Match.com of travel planning. You input what you find desirable in a destination (night life, dining, nature, attractions and shopping) and it returns destinations that you're likely to be infatuated with. Like online dating results, these outcomes may disgust you.
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