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Research finds higher risks for Hispanic and Indigenous patients in Arizona with kidney cancer
According to the research, a higher risk of mortality and advanced-staged kidney cancer in these racial groups are more common.
Migrants, asylum seekers march in Nogales, Sonora
They say they want to hold President Biden accountable for his promise undertake immigration reform
New border apprehension numbers need context, advocates say
CBP data shows more than 170,000 total apprehensions at the border in March, including record number of children.
Border officials report a record number of apprehensions, but most are still being turned away
The Biden administration is still employing a Trump-era policy that allows agents to send almost all migrants back to Mexico.
Economic impacts felt in Arizona from border travel restrictions
Visitors from Mexico pay sales taxes in retail hubs like the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.
In Douglas visit, Gov. Doug Ducey calls rising apprehensions a 'man-made crisis' by Biden administriaton
Ducey toured the U.S.-Mexico border with Florida Senator Rick Scott and local law officers, aid groups say they were left out.
Migrants in Mexico under Trump-era protocols await changes from Biden
We get an update from the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora.
New lawsuit challenges legality of 'Remain in Mexico' program's migrant child removals
U.S. law requires unaccompanied minors at the border get special protection, but lawyers say that hasn't been happening
Hermosillo among hardest hit Mexican capitals economically during pandemic
Among capital cities, Hermosillo had the fourth-largest loss of formal jobs and businesses, one group said.
As pandemic worsens, Sonora again sheds jobs
After a few months of growth, job losses have returned to neighboring Sonora.
Travel restrictions at the US-Mexico border extended through the holidays
Restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border are now set to remain in place until at least Jan. 21.
Mexico’s Senate approves marijuana legalization measure
Mexico’s lower house still needs to debate and pass the legislation for it to become law.
US-Mexico border closure extended through late December
Mexico's foreign ministry announced nonessential travel restrictions would stay in place through at least Dec. 21.
News roundup: Napier concedes in Pima sheriff's race, Ducey issues COVID-19 video, virus testing at PCC
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, November 16
Joe Biden inherits Trump's border wall — and its lawsuits
Candidate Biden said he would stop construction but never said he would tear down the new border wall.
Sonora moves from yellow to orange on Mexico's coronavirus 'traffic light' system
After weeks at yellow, or medium pandemic risk, Sonora has moved back to orange, or high risk.
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