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Uncertainty for Importers Preparing for Longer Wait on NAFTA Deal

Mexican official says negotiations are likely going to break an important deadline this week.

Mexico Catches Sinaloa Drug Cartel Operator in Nogales

Josue Ivan Torres Gonzalez and others were arrested in a series of raids in the Mexican city.

US-Mexico Nuclear Agreement Could Benefit Arizona

The agreement, yet to be ratified, would give Mexico access to U.S. clean energy or nuclear tech.

Mexico Hopes Mezcal Will Flow in Arizona for Cinco de Mayo

The Mexican government is sending producers of the agave-distilled spirit to the Southwest.

US Says Border Crossing Doesn't Have Room for Asylum Seekers

Around 200 Central Americans in a caravan were told they may need to wait after arriving at the border in Tijuana.

Mexico's Supreme Court To Hear Sonora Acid Spill Cases

Cases revolve around management of money for victims and extent of impact.

Hermosillo Town Hall Brings Cross-Border Biz and Government Together

The meeting in Sonora is aimed at increasing trade across the international line.

Sonora Mulls Inviting Private Sector Aboard to Finish Rocky Point Dock

A public-private partnership could speed up a long-stalled process.

Hospitals in Tucson, Southwest Looking to Lure Patients from Mexico

A tourism group and hospitals in the Southwest are investing in ways to attract patients and facilitate care.

UA Prof: Migrant Caravan Posed No Threat to US Border

Says travelers were on an annual journey to raise awareness of Central American violence.

AZ Legislature Tells Congress to Stop Forcing Nogales to Pay for Sewer Line

State lawmakers are getting involved in a dispute over the cross-border sewer pipe.

Jury Selection Begins in Trial of Border Agent Accused of Shooting Teen Through Fence

Lonnie Swartz is charged with second-degree murder of Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez.

Mexicans in Arizona May Impact Mexico's Presidential Elections

The Mexican government has announced a new way for its citizens in the U.S. to vote.

El Santo Makes a Triumphant Return to the Silver Screen

Also on Arizona Spotlight: More about Tucson Cine Mexico 2018; and Tucson students join national protest against gun violence.

US Tells Employees to Stay Away From Parts of Mexico’s Caribbean Coast

The State Department cited an unspecified security threat for areas of Playa del Carmen.

Fewer Visitors From Mexico Coming to Arizona

The state's No. 1 source of international tourists has seen a 10 percent drop in visitors in one year.

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