chaparral.ipub.us http://chaparral.ipub.us en-US http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss socportals@mediacolo.com US shuts down portion of Mexico border as groups of migrants clashed with authorities and reportedly stormed port of entry Authorities clashed with groups that are believed to be from the Central American migrant caravan Sunday after a group estimated to be in the hundreds stormed a US port of entry.  Migrants walked from a makeshift shelter in Tijuana, Mexico to head to San Ysidro, the largest port of entry on the southern US border.  Authorities clashed with members of a migrant caravan after a group estimated to be in the hundreds stormed a US port of entry, according to video and photos posted to social media from journalists on the ground.  The migrants left a makeshift shelter in Tijuana to head for San Ysidro, the largest port of entry on the southern US border.  After police blocked a bridge, migrants crossed the Tijuana River on foot before approaching the port.  Families crossing the river and after that a steep hike to the other side pic.twitter.com/UHvfx7dnic — Annie Rose Ramos (@Annie_Rose23) November 25, 2018 Authorities closed the port of entry after the clash, and several tweets from US Customs and Border Protection said pedestrian and vehicle traffic was suspended.  The San Ysidro port of entry is now closed, according to a loudspeaker announcement. Barricades in place to block entry under the Chaparral footbridge and Mexican immigration officials blocking the parking lot. pic.twitter.com/Zqwj4uRbSz — Maya Averbuch (@mayaaverbuch) November 25, 2018 This is a developing story. Check back for updates. SEE ALSO: Thousands of migrants have been marching to the US border in 'caravans' for years — here's why this one is different Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Lindsey Graham once warned there would be 'holy hell to pay' if Trump fired Jeff Sessions http://chaparral.ipub.us/news/2298534-us-shuts-down-portion-mexico-border-groups-migrants-clashed Sun, 25 2018 20:02:30 GMT http://chaparral.ipub.us/news/2298534-us-shuts-down-portion-mexico-border-groups-migrants-clashed California#039;s Deadliest Fires Could Have Been Mitigated By Prevention ...California’s elected officials should consider prioritizing a consistent stream of cap-and-trade revenue to more actively manage the state’s millions of acres of forestland and coastal chaparral. Prevention saves lives. http://chaparral.ipub.us/news/2279842-california039s-deadliest-fires-could-have-been-mitigated-pre Fri, 16 2018 05:06:00 GMT http://chaparral.ipub.us/news/2279842-california039s-deadliest-fires-could-have-been-mitigated-pre