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Gustavo Solis

Gustavo covers the South Bay for The San Diego Union-Tribune. That includes the marijuana industry, local elections, city finance, development projects and whatever else readers call him about. He was born in Mexico City and grew up in San Diego. Before working for the Union-Tribune, Gustavo covered Harlem for a now-defunct website called DNAinfo. Before that, he covered immigration for The Desert Sun in Palm Springs where he won multiple awards for writing and reporting.
Migrants arrive in Tijuana, a few briefly cross into U.S. before going back

Migrants arrive at San Diego border, a few briefly cross into U.S. before going back

Chula Vista bayfront gets a literal boost as port prepares for climate change

For more than a decade, planners at the Port of San Diego have calculated potential sea level rise into its future projects. This year marks a significant shift in which those abstract plans have materialized into concrete projects.

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