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Hundreds at Lindbergh Field rallied in protest of Trump's executive order

The sidewalks were elbow to elbow with protesters at Lindbergh Field.

Although there is no official count, hundreds of people, protestors descended upon Terminal Two at San Diego International Airport Sunday night to show opposition to Donald Trump’s executive order which limits immigrants from entering the United States.

Protests from all over the country have been in full swing at some of the busiest airports.

San Diego no longer in drought

San Diego comes out seven-year drought thanks to last week's storms.

Those heavy rains that drenched San Diego County last week, wreaking havoc on roadways and property, brought a silver lining.

Mayor Faulconer: 'We already have a safe and secure border'

Mayor Kevin Faulconer will not waver in U.S.-Mexican relations.

On Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order to begin building a border wall in the southwestern part of the United States.

He also made it clear that international relations with Mexican immigrants would be severely overhauled as he implemented funding for increased border patrol officers and detention centers.

San Diego sandbag disbursement locations

Various San Diego locations will have sandbags, but it is encouraged that you call ahead.

As San Diego prepares for a series of storms to pass through the area, many residents are concerned about flooding either at their homes or businesses.

Sandbags will not be given out at San Diego Fire Department or Lifeguard stations.

Man arrested in brutal North Park hammer attack

Louis Cedarholm, 29, entered a North Park auto shop and assaulted a man with a hammer 13 times to the head.

A brutal attack on Monday which left a victim in critical condition has led to the arrest of a suspect.

The assault took place at Jack’s Muffler Service on University Avenue near Mississippi Street in North Park Sunday evening.

Six days of heavy rain this week could break San Diego records

San Diego will experience a series of heavy storms this week and into next.

San Diego has great weather 90-percent of the time, but when it rains it pours. Such will be the case this week as forecasters are predicting a powerful series of storms heading into the area, dropping from 2” to 4” of rain along the coast.

Valleys are expected to get 5” of precipitation and the mountain areas could experience a record 10” says the National Weather Service.