MURRIETA, Calif. - Demonstrators from Murrieta on both sides of the immigration crisis protested outside a U.S. Border Patrol Station.
This time it was a counter-protest on the bus transfer of mostly Central American women and children from overcrowded border patrol facilities in Texas, to those in Southern California.
President Obama addressed the issue at a swearing-in ceremony for immigrants from 15 countries; they were becoming US citizens after serving in our military.
"I'm going to do everything I can do, to keep our immigration system smarter and more efficient. If we want to do everything we can do to keep attracting the best and brightest from beyond our shores, we're going to have to fix our immigration system, which is broken," said President Obama.
The president has vowed to do more, despite congressional gridlock, including using executive powers, if necessary.
Retired KCFD Captain killed in plane crash
Julian Hernandez has arraignment on Tuesday
Julian Carlos Hernandez is scheduled to appear at the Kern County Superior Court on Tuesday, June 30th, at 3pm.
Missing Kern County teen found in Texas
A missing teen from Kern County has been found safe in Potter County, Texas, according to the Kern County Sheriff's Department.
Kern County gets an extra second at 4:59 p.m.
Today might feel longer than usual, as the whole world is adding an extra second to our clocks.