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Montana-Based Company Wins Arizona Border Wall Replacement Contract

The contract is for a portion of the expected 32 miles of replacement walls in the Border Patrol’s Tucson and Yuma sectors.

Sonoran Leadership Welcomes Ducey’s Re-election

The governor of the Mexican state highlighted Ducey's support for the so-called Arizona-Sonora Megaregion.

First Part of Migrant Caravan Passes Through Sonora to Tijuana

A small contingent of the caravan arrived in Tijuana Tuesday morning.

Military Buildup in Nogales as Army, CBP Cite Worries Over Migrant Caravan

Last week saw the largest domestic deployment of active duty military to the border in decades.

Migrant Caravan Arrives in Mexico City

Hundreds rest on their way to the U.S. border. Thousands more are expected to arrive throughout the week.

Trump Promises Migrant Tent Cities; Family Releases Continue in Arizona

The president said he will order massive tent cities to hold migrants, while authorities continue to release families.

Mexico City's New Airport Canceled After Controversial Referendum

Nearly 70 percent voted against, though it was discovered that it was possible to vote several times.

Court Changes Mind on Grand Canyon Mine Claim

Some say the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision may be too late.

Releases of Migrant Families Expands Along Southwest Border

The government has been releasing hundreds of undocumented immigrant families in Arizona.

Sonoran Zika Case Spike Prompts Maricopa County Warning

The county is warning pregnant women about travel to the Mexican state of Sonora.

Southwest Key to Pay $73K Fine, Give Up Licenses for 2 Shelters

The operator of immigrant children shelters will also stop taking in children in Arizona until the state OKs it.

Grand Canyon Superintendent Under Investigation

The National Park Service has not said what led to the investigation involving Superintendent Christine Lehnertz.

Mexico Underlines Sovereignty Amid Tweets on Migrant Caravan

Officials from both countries denied Trump had any influence on Mexico's immigration policy.

Group Calls for Judge to Toss Border Case

Lawyers for a man working with the No More Deaths humanitarian aid group say the charges are U.S. government retaliation.

Tech Weekend Brings Together Entrepreneurs From Arizona, Sonora

The three-day, 54-hour Techstar Startup Weekend in Tucson is focused on Latinx in tech.

One Arizona Makes Final Push Ahead of Voter Registration Deadline

The group aims to register Latinos, young people and single women.

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