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Hopes and concerns over tourism investment in Mexico
The current administration has cut expenses like promotional campaigns, but officials are optimistic about growth.
Nearly 30 bodies found on outskirts of Rocky Point
A group of volunteer searchers made the grisly discovery outside of the beach destination popular with Arizona visitors.
Photo sparks increased concern over fishing in vaquita refuge
Fishermen say they returned to the small, endangered porpoise's habitat out of desperation.
Mexico’s immigration commissioner accused of racism, xenophobia
Immigrant rights groups are calling for the government to sanction Francisco Garduño for comments he made.
Restarted Mexican tomato investigation makes final duty determination
The Department of Commerce determined that Mexican tomatoes are likely to be sold for less than fair value.
After weeklong search, man’s body recovered from Hermosillo sewer
The body of the 62-year-old was found a quarter-mile south of where he had fallen into a sinkhole.
Shootout in southern Mexico leaves 15 dead
The shootout took place on a highway in the state of Guerrero, known for rising crime in recent years.
Security secretary acknowledges spike in Sonora violence, hopes to counter trend
Efforts will include consolidating police forces in certain areas to help purge officers tied to organized crime, the secretary said.
Hermosillo man possibly carried away in sinkhole
A bicycle rider reportedly fell into a hole in the road created by a burst pipe.
Study finds plastic in stomachs of 20% of Mexican fish
Microplastics are created when plastic breaks down in ocean water.
US-bound Haitian and African migrants halted In southern Mexico
The migrants are generally given two options: Stay in southern Mexico or leave through the southern border.
Florida tomato growers reignite anti-dumping battle with Mexican producers
The Florida growers are pushing to resume an investigation despite a hard-fought agreement between Mexican growers and the USDA.
Mexican president cautions against politicizing USMCA trade deal
Legislators in Mexico ratified the agreement in June. Lawmakers in Canada and the U.S. have not.
Some border drug screening devices can't detect low purity fentanyl
The gadgets, which cost $26 million, can't pick up the drug if the purity is less than 10%, a report says.
Lawsuit: Tucson city leaders trying to influence sanctuary city vote
The suit hinges on a letter sent to voters that highlights negative impacts of the proposition.
Execution of Navajo man put on hold
Attorneys asked for the stay to investigate potential racial bias by the jury that heard the case.
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