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Humans threaten health of San Pedro River

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Water swirls and gurgles at the foot of a towering cottonwood, its reflective leaves shimmering in the wind. The thirsty trees line the...

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Kilometers to miles: debate over changing highway signs

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Driving along I-19, you might have to remember your grade school days of learning the metric system. The highway signs along I-19 show...

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Revived sanctuary movement growing nationwide

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Churches across the country are opening their doors to illegal immigrants facing deportation as the newly revived sanctuary movement gains...

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Business owners in Nogales, Son., still hurting, doubting government’s ability to bring in more tourists

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The sidewalks lining Calle Alvaro Obregón were packed with families – men, women and children craning their necks to watch red, white and...

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Higher sales tax sends more Mexican shoppers across the border

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NOGALES, SONORA — Abuelitas hold crying children and chicle vendors make the rounds while a man serenades the gathered crowd with...

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In patrolling the border, ‘Any time a robot gets shot is good…’

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          Working with a SWAT team responding to an urgent call about a man with a gun, Pointman Tactical suddenly took four bullets...

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Bringing guns to a rock fight, an Update: Border Patrol tightens rules

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—-[Updated March 7 -- The Border Patrol today issued revised guidelines to address incidents of Border Patrol agents shooting to...

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Organizing the reunion

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Walking around the roughly five square blocks that make up the tourist district of Nogales, Sonora, one gets the feeling the town is dead....

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