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Deadly Blue 'Mexican Oxy' Pills Take Toll on US Southwest

The pills are part of a flood of illicit fentanyl smuggled into the U.S. by the Sinaloa cartel.

US Investigation Into Mexican Tomatoes Could Hurt Imports, Industry Rep Says

A Commerce Department decision means an investigation into tomato dumping will resume in May.

In Sonora, Hunting Means Big Business and Conservation

State officials are estimating up to $30 million in economic impact this season.

Mexican University Collaboration With UA Gets New Leadership

Elena Centeno, a geology researcher from UNAM in Mexico City, is returning to the UA to head the Tucson office of the Mexican university.

Former Governor of Sonora Released From Jail

Guillermo Padrés had been held in Mexico City since 2016 over charges of money laundering and organized crime.

Major Car Race Might Leave Mexico City

The mayor announced the city would stop paying the $21M fee for the Formula One Mexican Grand Prix as part of a political platform of austerity.

US Border Agency Announces Biggest-Ever Fentanyl Bust, Worth $3.5M

Customs and Border Protection said agents captured more than 250 pounds of the deadly opioid.

UA Law School Seeks New Partnerships in Mexico

The university has collaborated with institutions in Mexico for decades, and the law school wants to build new programs.

Honduras Is Top Country Of Origin For Migrants Traveling By Land To US, Mexico Says

The numbers come from migrants requesting a visa to transit through Mexico in January.

Documentary On Plight of Endangered Porpoise Heading to Sundance

The documentary follows the plight of the Sea of Cortez's vaquita marina, which is on the verge of extinction.

Raw Sewage From Sonora Reaches Nogales, Arizona

Overflow from a sewage treatment plant flowed across the border into the Nogales Wash.

Mexico Recognizes Maduro as Venezuela’s Leader; US Backs Opponent

The Mexican president says the constitution prohibits interference in the affairs of other countries.

As New Caravan Reaches Its Southern Border, Mexico Mulls Long-Term Immigration Plan

Mexico is caught between the harsh realities pushing people out of northern Central America and divisive political drama in the U.S.

Exploring "Zero Hour", and the Rebellion of Zero Mostel

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A family separated for 6 years by the U.S. / Mexico border; Gary Paul Nabhan on "Food from the Radical Center"; and the Zoppè Family Circus legacy.

Mexican Drivers Near the Border Still Paying More for Gas

The new president promised lower gas prices in the border region, but the cost is still cheaper on the U.S. side.

'Roma' Film Spotlights Plight Of Mexico’s Domestic Workers

Labor advocates in Mexico are using the movie to push for improved conditions for real-life domestic workers.

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