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Last-minute deal struck in Mexican tomato standoff

The deal could settle a long period of uncertainty over the importation of tomatoes from Mexico.

Promised inauguration of Sonoran highway called off

Three dates have been set and missed for completion of the highway that runs from Sinaloa to the Arizona border.

Deportee flight cancellation to Mexico brings new challenges to migrants

Migrants being obliged to use border crossings is making them more vulnerable, a nonprofit agency says.

Mexico offers legal aid to migrants arrested in Mississippi raids

Mexican citizens who are deported will receive help in obtaining work, health care and schooling, the country's foreign relations secretary said.

Mexico prepares legal, diplomatic actions after El Paso shooting

At least six Mexican citizens were killed in the shooting over the weekend.

Sonoran marriage equality measure begins legislative journey

The reform measure would change Sonora's family code to allow same-sex couples to marry.

Term extended for Mexican elected governor with US ties

A researcher says the rules change signals Mexican political institutions are being tested.

Geoff Notkin on the past - and future - of space exploration.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Mexican rock stars sing out about immigration; and a party to celebrate the "The Queen of the Night" at Tohono Chul.

Florida 'appreciates' new tomato proposal; Nogales growers concerned

A produce distributor based in Nogales says proposed changes are "logistically impossible."

Secretary of State Pompeo plans travel to Latin America

Pompeo is expected to talk about issues like free trade and immigration with counterparts in Mexico and other countries.

Sulfuric acid leak in Mexico’s Sea of Cortez a ‘wake-up call’

A researcher says the impact was minimal, but that it shows the need to consider the potential for a spill on a much larger scale.

Border numbers drop as temperatures rise and Mexico cracks down

The decline in border apprehension numbers comes amid renewed outcry over squalid conditions at facilities holding migrant children

Mexican president responds to US steel, tomato tariffs

The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced tariffs on steel products after finding exporters benefit from state subsidies, a claim rejected by an industry group.

Arizona-based organization brings migrant guide project to Sonora

The guide is aimed at increasing the security and safety of migrants traveling through Mexico and to the U.S.

Mexican Federal Police officers upset with new National Guard

Thousands of agents from are taking over their own headquarters while suing the government.

Some US asylum seekers find work in northern Mexico

A Mexican official says hundreds have found work and factories have offered thousands of jobs.

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