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Sahuarita residents urged to boil water

E. coli bacteria were detected in some samples of the drinking water.

A new effort to deal with a leaky cross-border sewage pipe

For years, Nogales residents have suffered from water contamination that stems from the wastewater line.

Grijalva co-sponsors bill protecting workers from heat stress

Workers would be entitled to shade, water and work breaks.

Legislation could send federal judges to Yuma and Flagstaff

A bill in Congress allows federal court hearings in two more Arizona cities.

Republicans crowding race to unseat Democratic Rep Ann Kirkpatrick

The 2020 election is Kirkpatrick’s first defense of her seat in Congress.

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.

Nogales pedestrian tunnel at the border now open around the clock

The tunnel keeps pedestrians safe from oncoming commercial vehicle traffic.

Arizona business welcomes possible completion of Sonoran highway

Mexico's president has announced a date for the highway's completion three times.

Catholic Community Services finds possible new shelter for asylum seekers

The religious charity asked to lease a part of Pima County's juvenile detention center.

Tucson investigating 911 outage

The emergency system went down briefly Tuesday morning.

Green Party gets back on the Tucson ballot

The party's leader blames a clerical error for the decision to disqualify the party.

Santa Cruz River project means coordination between water infrastructure managers

New water released into the Santa Cruz River means the city and county are working together on issues like flooding and wastewater.

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