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Mexican Protests Causing Slowdown at the Border

Runaway train rolls into US; protesters suspected of setting train on autopilot.

Growing Bat Population Good for Tequila Drinkers

The once endangered long-nosed bat may come off the federal protection list.

Wish List for State Business Leaders: Education, Roads

Also: Less regulation, expanded Arizona-Mexico trade, ballot initiative reform.

Mexico Proposes Legislation To Counter Border Wall Expansion

Bill would lead to review of fundamental treaties between the countries.

Mexico Mulls Options Should US Withdraw From NAFTA

Analysts fear an investment slowdown due to uncertainty over the agreement.

US-Mexico Study of San Pedro River a Binational First

The San Pedro River Aquifer provides water to people on both sides of the border.

Nogales Food Bank Gleans Mexican Produce

Anyone can buy 60 pounds for $10 in Tucson, elsewhere.

Suns Mexico Games Light Up Fans, Political Leadership

Arizona Gov. Ducey and Phoenix Mayor Stanton expected to attend the basketball games.

Mexico Preps Financial Advice for Returning Immigrants

Officials will offer services to Mexican citizens who return - by choice or force.

Assaults Against US Border Officers Rise Threefold

159 in October and November this year, compared with 51 a year ago.

Tucson 'Immigrant Friendly,' But Not 'Sanctuary,' Mayor Says

City Council votes 7-0 to reaffirm city's status, offers forum for where people can get help.

Mexican Poinsettias: Tradition, Commerce and Diplomacy

Market for the winter-blooming flower another tie between Mexico and US.

More Choose Bus over Driving to Go from Arizona to Mexico

Riders say it is safer, cheaper and more comfortable than driving.

Storm Drain Under Port of Entry in Nogales Needs $10 Million Fix

City officials fear the 650-foot tunnel could collapse in the next few years.

Economists Predict Strong Year Ahead for Tucson, Nation

Tucson poised for growth behind increased federal spending, population growth.

Tucson's DeGrazia Gallery Hosts Fiesta de Guadalupe

Festival is free and open to the public this Sunday, with music, dance, performance.

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