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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.

Sandra Cisneros on being an "extroverted introvert."

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the Prison Education Project offers inmates a chance to learn about the universe.

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.

"Everyone has a coming-of-gender story." - Jacob Tobia

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Work beginning on new border wall in Cochise County

Police chiefs in Douglas and Agua Prieta share how current infrastructure impacts public safety in their cities.

Mexican National Guard steps up presence at country’s northern border

The Arizona Republic's Rafael Carranza explains the impact of the deployment.

Unpunished crime costs Mexico $21 billion, study says

The study looked at unresolved homicides, abductions and forced displacement.

Arizona Chamber President: USMCA will pass regardless of possible impeachment

The business group leader expects the new North American trade agreement to be ratified despite an inquiry into the president.

Mexico’s president pushes for controversial amnesty law project

The law is meant to forgive certain offenses, though critics say the government is allowing the imprisonment of innocent people.

In Mexico, thousands commemorate 5th anniversary of disappeared students

Outrage continues over the unsolved crime that led to the disappearance of 43 college students from Guerrero.

Border crossers near yuma can be sent west for 'Remain in Mexico' program

The program isn't set up south of Yuma, but asylum seekers crossing there can be processed and sent to another sector.

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