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NAFTA Talks Resume, Deadline Fast Approaching

Trade representatives are racing to meet a March deadline, as elections threaten further delay.

Elections Endanger Arizona-Sonora 'Marriage'

Experts question the potential continuity and stability of growing trade ties within the Sonora 'megaregion.'

Pew Report: Favorable View of Mexico Grows in US

The reverse was true south of the border, with a rapid decline in Mexicans expressing a favorable view of the U.S.

Elections, New Proposals Could Delay NAFTA Deal

Expert thinks trade talks were extended because US negotiators introduced food trade as a topic.

Episode 337: Honorably Discharged from the Military, and Deported

Custom wheelchairs made for bumpy roads, and a system of math education developed south of the border.

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades - Now Revealed in Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Should honorably discharged veterans be able to get their citizenship and military benefits restored after trouble with the law? And, a local artist's adventures canoeing with alligators in a Florida river.

Fixes to Nogales Pipeline First in Long List of Repairs, Official Says

The 42-year-old sewer line has Nogales and a water commission arguing over responsibility.

Nogales Sewage Leak Repair Could Slow Movement of Mexican Produce

The clock is ticking to repair a 50-foot break in a sewage line so produce trucks can reach their destinations quickly.

Mexican Government to Send Aid to Puerto Rico

The aid is aimed at recovery efforts from Hurricane Maria, despite Mexico dealing with the aftermath of recent earthquakes.

Cross-Border Nonprofit Designs Custom Wheelchairs for Children

ARSOBO celebrates it's 8th year. The nonprofit has made hundreds of chairs for Mexican children.

Rescuers Return to U.S. After Earthquake in Mexico

The death toll from the Sept. 19 quake has risen to more than 360.

US, Mexico Sign On to Boost Conservation of Colorado River

'Minute 323' calls for the U.S. to invest $31.5M to modernize Mexico's infrastructure.

Barrio Hollywood Collects Supplies for Mexico Earthquake Survivors

In two days volunteers filled the semi truck. Supplies are now in Mexico.

Arizona Town Losing Landmark Business As Border Shopping Habits Change

The announcement that one Nogales department store is closing reverberated across two countries.

Earthquake Jolts Mexico, Sways Buildings In Mexico City

At least 139 people were reported dead as of Tuesday evening.

Survey: Mexico's Opinion of US Drops

Mexico's favorability rating toward the U.S. was the lowest out of the almost 40 countries surveyed.

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