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Tucson coronavirus test kit case wasn't a burglary
The perceived audacity of the presumed crime drew outrage and national coverage.
Immigration lawyers: New personal protective equipment rules endangering detainees
Lawyers and advocacy groups say the U.S. government is defying public health rules intended to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Sonora maquila industry hopes strong COVID-19 measures ward off closures
A spokesperson says the industry is hoping anti-coronavirus measures can help keep Nogales' export manufacturing plants running.
Financial impact to Arizona from border closure will be severe
The administration has said both countries will review whether or not to continue the closure in 30 days.
Coronavirus forces ICE to shift enforcement priorities
ICE says it is temporarily focusing on arresting unauthorized immigrants with criminal backgrounds and those considered dangerous.
1st coronavirus case confirmed in Sonora; prevention measures enacted
The patient is a 72-year-old Hermosillo resident who had recently returned from travel in the United States.
U.S. tries again to convince courts for military funds for border fences
At issue is $3.6 billion the Trump administration wants to divert from military construction projects to fund a border fence.
Conservationists attacked again in Sea of Cortez despite presence of Mexican authorities
The group working to protect the nearly extinct vaquita marina porpoise was confronted for the third time this year.
Feminists decry Mexican president's airplane raffle
Some said the raffle is a smoke screen to overshadow a women’s strike protesting an increase of hate crimes against women.
Accusations fly between Rocky Point neighborhood, local government
Tensions have been simmering between the government and the Las Conchas community, which counts affluent Arizonans among its members.
Conservationists: Oil drilling plan doesn't do enough to protect Chaco
The BLM projects as many as 3,000 new oil and gas wells in the area surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
Mexico prepares for the expected arrival of coronavirus
The president says the country is prepared for an outbreak and accused opponents of stoking fears to discredit him.
Final charge dismissed against humanitarian aid worker Scott Warren
Prosecutors declined to say why they dropped the case against Warren.
Consular IDs come up during visit by high-ranking Mexican official
Mexico's undersecretary for North America called into question a ban on accepting the identification cards in Arizona.
Conservation groups to UNESCO: Border wall puts Sonora's World Heritage sites 'in danger'
The groups are urging the agency to declare the cratered landscape known as El Pinacate "in danger" due to border wall construction.
Navajo Nation wants to provide power To LA
The deal is the latest attempt to make up for the lack of coal revenue and develop renewable energy projects.
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