Mexican baseball teams begin to arrive in the region in late February.
Until now, Mexico has required citizens to get birth certificates at government offices in Mexico.
Soldiers from separate detachments will split the 90-day mission
But environmentalists and ranchers aren't happy with the new federal guidelines.
Traffickers will use any means to smuggle heroin and other drugs into the United States.
Massacres and scandals have stoked public anger over deep-seated dirty-dealing.
Patricia Espinosa Artiles leaves today to visit family on the island.
Grassroots organization in Nogales, Sonora seeks to empower local community.
President Barack Obama recently announced he was expanding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Only 5 percent of nearly 21,000 agents are female.
They're now allowed to roam only in Eastern Arizona, southwest New Mexico.
Government will help citizens with legal advice, information forums and waiving fees.
The difference: One is the parent of U.S.-born children.
Judge says agent's concern for his safety outweighed by public's right to know.
The Connected Walls project launches Thursday in Tucson.
An ultralight aircraft dropped the load near Sunsites, Arizona.
Edgar Amaro López was shot in the head.
BIEN, or Building an International Economic Network, connects companies in Arizona, Mexico and Canada
Dolores A. Flores knew and shared the powers of herbs, roots and plants.
Opening of expanded Mariposa Port of Entry a crucial start.