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Mexico sues U.S. gun manufacturers for negligence, fueling violence

Mexican government has blamed gun makers, lax U.S. gun regulations for country’s soaring violence

Mexican tomato importers worry rule interpretation could raise prices

"This might add up to 20% to 25% of the Nogales shipping cost of tomatoes," industry group says

COVID-19 top cause of death in Sonora in 2020

Virus was the cause of more than 6,000 deaths in the state

Migrants in Nogales seek entry through exemption as pandemic-era restrictions drag on

A DHS program allows a few hundred people a day to gain entry through humanitarian exemption, but questions remain.

NGO asylum program comes to Arizona

The Biden administration is asking humanitarian groups to recommend vulnerable migrants to bypass pandemic expulsions.

Sonorans elect former Mexican security secretary as governor

Analysis on the results from KJZZ's Kendal Blust

Candidates targeted ahead of Mexico’s midterm elections

How the results could impact the country's relations with the U.S. and Arizona.

Governors of Arizona and Sonora meet officially for final time

Lorraine Rivera spoke to both governors about how the two states have collaborated in recent years.

Border Patrol, diplomats host event warning migrants against crossing the Arizona desert

2020 was one of the deadliest years on record for migrants in the state's borderland.

Research finds higher risks for Hispanic and Indigenous patients in Arizona with kidney cancer

According to the research, a higher risk of mortality and advanced-staged kidney cancer in these racial groups are more common.

Migrants, asylum seekers march in Nogales, Sonora

They say they want to hold President Biden accountable for his promise undertake immigration reform

New border apprehension numbers need context, advocates say

CBP data shows more than 170,000 total apprehensions at the border in March, including record number of children.

Border officials report a record number of apprehensions, but most are still being turned away

The Biden administration is still employing a Trump-era policy that allows agents to send almost all migrants back to Mexico.

Economic impacts felt in Arizona from border travel restrictions

Visitors from Mexico pay sales taxes in retail hubs like the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.

In Douglas visit, Gov. Doug Ducey calls rising apprehensions a 'man-made crisis' by Biden administriaton

Ducey toured the U.S.-Mexico border with Florida Senator Rick Scott and local law officers, aid groups say they were left out.

Migrants in Mexico under Trump-era protocols await changes from Biden

We get an update from the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora.

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