The Flagstaff City Council plans to vote on a resolution against the hauling of uranium ore through the city, even though it doesn’t have the legal authority to stop it.
A former attorney in Texas sentenced earlier this month of a money laundering scheme on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border is appealing his conviction.
According to data, Mexico City has about 70,000 inhabitants suffering dementia, but the number could increase to 3.7 million by 2050.
Arizona’s immigrant population -- both legal and illegal -- grew by about 10 percent between 2010 and 2016, according to a new analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies.
Authorities in Mexico have arrested the last man wanted for the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona.
The Phoenix Police Department’s recently revised immigration enforcement policy does not violate state law, the Arizona attorney general has concluded.
The Arizona Attorney General is expected to reveal findings of a review of the Phoenix Police Department’s recently revised immigration enforcement policy on Monday.
Thirty-eight percent of National Park Service employees experienced harassment or discrimination on the job over the last year preceding an agency-wide survey, according to results released Oct. 13 at the Grand Canyon.
Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, will deliver a keynote speech Saturday at the third annual Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo in downtown Phoenix.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is visiting Mexico City, where he plans to meet with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and other top officials for two days.
Almost 50 years ago, Mexico City celebrated its Olympic games. A group of citizens decided to recover an important part of its cultural legacy: a forgotten sculpture trail from prominent world artists, like Alexander Calder.
For the 2018 elections in Arizona, a non-partisan coalition is looking to build on what it calls a historic Latino turnout in last years election.
The Navajo Nation is reviewing potential buyers of the West’s largest coal-fired power plant. The tribe is under a tight deadline to keep the plant from shutting down.
Shootings, earthquakes, hurricanes, fires - all of these catastrophic experiences affect many in the world. In Mexico City, where a massive quake killed hundreds, plenty of people are learning to cope emotionally with tragedies.
Building a new Latino Cultural Center in Phoenix will cost more than what the city has set aside, according to a recently released feasibility study.