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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.
Construction Underway on Arizona Cross-Border Pipeline Expansion
Once completed, a new facility will more than double the pipeline's capacity.
60 Years In, Arizona-Mexico Commission Celebrates Strong Ties Across the Border
Recent political tensions don't diminish the relationship between Arizona and Mexico, a commission official says.
Tensions Between the Press and State Arise In Mexico
The president's viral commentary has sparked worry about the impact of that rhetoric on journalists in the country.
US-Mexico Tomato Import Negotiations Latest Row In Decades-Long Fight
Some U.S. growers see the billions of pounds of tomatoes imported from Mexico as an existential threat.
Mexico Becomes Top US Trade Partner for the First Time
Trade with Mexico account for about 15 percent of all U.S. trade worldwide, surpassing both China and Canada for the first time.
The City of Tucson Offers Hope to Migrants in Need
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Go backstage at Tucson High Magnet School to preview "Our Border Town"; Tucson poet laureate TC Tolbert receives grant from the Academy of American Poets; And, what would you do with the blessing of extra time to be alive?
Mexico Says 300K US-Bound Migrants Entered Country in First 3 Months of 2019
The interior secretary said there has been a change in the flow of migrants entering Mexico.
Report: New NAFTA Would Bring Growth, Employment Gains
An analysis found auto jobs would increase slightly, though vehicle costs could also rise.
Douglas, Cochise County Approve Location for New Port Of Entry
A new commercial port would be aimed at easing the flow of traffic and industry, as the current port serves both commercial and passenger vehicles.
Group Finds Sonora's Largest Mass Grave In Recent Memory
The citizen Guerreras Buscadoras de Sonora found 30 bodies over the weekend near a small town outside Ciudad Obregon.
US Promises to Invest In Mexico's 'Mayan Train,' Mexican President Says
López Obrador made the announcement about the controversial project after a meeting with the U.S. commerce secretary.
First Fentanyl Lab Discovered In Northwest Mexican State of Sinaloa
Authorities say the lab had the capacity to produce hundreds of thousands of pills of the powerful and deadly opiate.
In Colorado River’s Final Hundred Miles, Small Signs of Life Return
In recent years, the U.S. and Mexico have begun committing resources to restore portions of the final hundred miles of the dried-out delta.
As the Colorado River Basin Dries, Can an Accidental Oasis Survive?
As the fate of the Colorado River's delta is in the hands of many groups, inadvertent wetland Ciénega de Santa Clara has an uncertain future.
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