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Senators, representatives from Arizona try to deal with border sewage pipe

Four members of the Arizona delegation filed bills aimed at maintaining the leaky line.

Mexican government boasts of negotiation success, though ultimatum from US awaits

While both countries have touted the agreement brought about by tariff threats, a Mexican official suggests the crisis is not over.

US citizen, activist with migrant caravans, arrested in Mexico

Supporters say he is a humanitarian worker, not a human trafficker, and want him released.

In Mexico, exporters already adjusting to threats of US tariffs

Trump’s threats have changed the political agenda the country, where at least 85% of exports go to the U.S.

In Mexico, deportations triple as new caravan arrives

The number of migrants taken to a migratory station in Mexico has also tripled.

Poor Americans likely to be hit hardest by new US tariffs

Tariffs on Mexico would be especially tough on Arizona, an expected battleground state in 2020.

Sonoran flea markets give new life to used Arizona goods

In Arizona, it's common to see southbound pickups loaded to capacity with household goods. Many are headed to Mexico's tianguis.

Mexican tomato growers make new offer; florida growers unmoved

With negotiations at an apparent impasse, Southern Arizona’s massive produce import industry is on edge.

Sonoran protesters insist 'unconstitutional' toll booths must go

A movement has been shutting down highway toll booths in the northern Mexican state to push back against the tolls themselves.

Guatemalan Child Migrant Dies in Mexican Immigration Custody

Mexico’s immigration agency has been overwhelmed as they've detained a growing number of U.S.-bound migrants.

Heat Waves, Fires Affect Mexico City’s Air Quality

The air quality in cities like the capital are getting worse due to fires in the southern part of the country.

On Somber Mother’s Day, Sonorans March For Disappeared Loved Ones

More than 2,000 people are missing in Sonora, according to 2018 data.

Crossing Mexico: The New Barrier for US-Bound Migrants

With thousands arriving to Mexico's border with Central America on their journey to the U.S. by land, has southern Mexico become the de facto border wall?

Where the Deal to Replace NAFTA Stands

A discussion with Bloomberg News reporter Eric Martin on the USMCA.

Tomato Agreement Changes Impact Arizona Distributors

New duties on imported tomatoes from Mexico kick in this month.

Mexican Consul in Tucson Talks Cross-Border Relationship

A discussion with Consul Ricardo Pineda.

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