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A catholic procession takes place right along the U.S. Mexico Border.

Catholic Leaders Celebrate Mass Along Border, Pray for Reform

Several hundred people attended ceremony Tues. and a few dozen people peered through the border fence from Mexico.

Genaro Mendez's sons help him plant coffee seedlings in Chiapas that could end up sold in Tucson

From Chiapas, Mexico: More Than Just Coffee

Co-op selling coffee in Tucson helps Mexican families stay together and avoid dangerous illegal immigration.

This holiday shopping season, merchants expect to make about forty percent of their annual sales. Experts say visitors from Mexico will provide one third of those purchases.

NPR: New Poll Explores Diversity Among Latinos in U.S.

About 1,500 people from various backgrounds were surveyed on their finances, education, culture.

Lizbeth Mateo, 29, speaking from the Mexican side of the international border in Nogales.

Group Detained After Asking for Asylum at Border

Nine long-time undocumented U.S. residents want to 'come back home.'

Documenting "The Undocumented"

A conversation with filmmaker Marco Williams about creating an unflinching portrait of death on the U.S. - Mexico border

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Gabriel Sullivan and his collaborative music project Taraf de Tucson have started to make some noise around Tucson.

Taraf de Tucson Band Blends Sounds from Border, Peru, Balkans

Banleader says this music could only happen here

Border Crossing for an Education

Take a closer look at the issue of students who live in Mexico, but who cross the international border daily to attend U.S. schools in Douglas, Arizona.

Executive Director of BAN, Juanita Molina (left), and Human Rights Promoter, Ana Santoyo (right), tell us about the Border Action Network and how it has become one of the most active and vocal organizations that works based on behalf of immigrant and border communities.

Border Action Network Gets New Leadership

Long-time activist becomes interim executive director of immigrant-rights organization

The Flores Family is being honored by the University of Arizona Hispanic Alumni Association for their decades of work and support to the Tucson community. They have owned El Charro restaurants in Tucson since 1922.

Owners of Local Eatery Recognized for University Support

UA Hispanic Alumni Cites Dedication to Education

Ranching's Risky Business in Southern Arizona

Local ranchers say they want more resources and protection on the border to cope with illegal immigration.

US-Mexico border

Travelers Warned from Most of Mexico

New U.S. State Department travel warning includes new--and to many Tucsonans, familiar--parts of Mexico

The "Borderlandia: Cultural Topographies" exhibit at the Tucson Museum of Art explores some of the unique themes of U.S./Mexico interactions.

Artists Merge Cultures in Borderlandia

U.S./Mexico border deconstructed through glass and mixed media exhibit at Tucson Museum of Art

Drug Cartels Lure Border Teens

Drawn by the promise of fast money, a growing number of American teenagers are detouring into drug-running.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

Seeking Safety North of the Border

Wealthy Mexicans are investing time and money in Arizona, concerned about violence in their country.

A Gift of Angels: The Art of Mission San Xavier del Bac

New Book Reveals Hidden Details of Artistic Treasures

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