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ADOT Conducts First Industry-Requested Training for Mexican Truckers

The trainings have dramatically reduced how often trucks are taken out of service at the border, ADOT says.

128 Migrants 'Abandoned' Along US-Mexico Border

All facing deportation after being found Friday.

Mexican Politics On the Agenda for Binational Meeting in Phoenix

Leaders from both sides of the border will discuss cross-border economic development.

Sonoran Highway Construction Won't Be Done In August After All

An official said the real goal of the deadline was simply to speed up the construction process.

In Mexico, an App to Search for Missing Loved Ones

A Mexico City artist is searching for a way to help mothers in Mexico searching for their children taken by force, turned into criminals or killed.

Border Groups Close Temporary Shelters for Asylum Seekers, Citing Less Need

Asylum-seeking families are no longer waiting weeks to be processed, a volunteer says.

Mexico Opens Second Stock Exchange

The Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA) has been years in the making.

Modernizing Mexican Moonshine: The Future Of Bacanora In Sonora And Beyond

Producers of the Sonoran spirit look to tradition, economic viability and sustainability amid the hope of a growing market for the agave drink.

UA and Mexico Launch Legal Training for Diplomats

The new project aims to give U.S. laws an international perspective.

US State Department Prohibits Staff Travel to San Carlos, Guaymas

Recent violent crimes in the state of Sonora triggered the travel prohibition by the agency.

Mexican President-Elect Wants Fewer Migrants to US

López Obrador has spoken of mitigating the factors that push people to immigrate from Central America and Mexico.

Mexico And Canada React to Trump’s NAFTA Letter

The U.S. president urged speed, while Canadian and Mexican officials said it will take as long as is necessary.

Arpaio Calls Off Mexico Visit After Alleged Cartel Threats

A press release said he had a $10,000 price on his head, though Nogales officials said they'd heard of no threat and that the campaign hadn't contacted city government.

Tucson, Hermosillo Beer Makers Work Together to Brew Up Business

An international "collabrew" crosses the border, expanding brewing community and tapping into a growing market for artisanal beers in the border region.

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Receives Highest Civilian Award in Mexico

Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada has worked in border law enforcement for more than 50 years

Texas Company Opens Gas Stations in Northern Mexico

Mexico’s controversial energy reform act opened the door for U.S. companies to sell gas south of the border in recent years.

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