The new secretary of homeland security stressed alertness along the U.S.-Mexico border, but during his first official visit to Southern Arizona he did not address recent cartel-related violence in Sonora.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series about Dr. James Douglas, namesake of the Cochise County border city.
Zarela Martínez con el escritor mexicano Carlos Fuentes a finales de la década pasada, en una cena de la que ella estuvo a cargo en la residencia del entonces Cónsul General de México en Nueva York, Rubén Beltrán.
Uno de los pasos clave en la trayectoria de Zarela fue ganar el respaldo de Craig Claiborne, reconocido crítico gastronómico. Foto de 1992.
The Cochise County Attorney’s Office will not file charges against a Border Patrol agent who shot and killed a Douglas teenager more than two years ago, officials said.
En el rancho aprendió a hacer quesos, mantequilla, chorizo. En Guadalajara estudió Comunicación. En El Paso, Texas, hizo trabajo social. Pero cuando llegó a Nueva York después de diseñar un menú presidencial, comprendió que no había nada en la vida que no pudiera lograr.
For Josue Saldivar, holding his work permit for the first time felt like opening a long-awaited gift.
A Mexican man is in custody for allegedly trying to smuggle nearly $236,000 in undeclared cash out of southern Arizona, federal authorities say.
A 24-year-old woman was arrested Friday after border officers found 144 packages of marijuana hidden in the Dodge sedan she was driving into Douglas from Mexico, officials say.
In the late 1990s, residents of a coffee-growing town in southern Mexico began noticing something unusual.
Elvia Carrillo dumps a bucket of arabica beans into a grinder while preparing orders at Café Justo in Agua Prieta, across from Douglas. The cooperative's exports to the U.S. are helping to stabilize small towns in Mexico, heading off immigration pressures.
A man between 25 and 30 years old who showed signs of torture was found hanging from a bridge in Agua Prieta, Sonora Saturday night, according to Mexican media reports.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party's presidential election win in Mexico has also reverberated in local elections in two cities along Arizona's southern border, along with a beach town just south of the line.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party’s apparent presidential election win in Mexico has also reverberated in local elections in two cities along Arizona’s southern border.
When a border-city mayor doesn't cross the line even for municipal ceremonies, it raises eyebrows in the sister cities. That's what's happened with Vicente Terán, the political powerhouse in Agua Prieta, Sonora.
AGUA PRIETA, Sonora - As Mexico's election day approaches, the word is on the lips of many in this border city - from political insiders to humble street vendors: cacique.
SAFFORD — A Mexican man is in custody after a high-speed chase in southeastern Arizona and authorities finding almost 1,200 pounds of marijuana in his pickup truck.
Marana police search for man who tried to lure boys into