The Trump administration announced plans Tuesday morning to lift environmental restrictions for land along a section of the U.S.-Mexico border in order to begin building a new segment of wall.
The Navajo Nation has allocated $3 million to build homes in a portion of the reservation frozen in a state of poverty.
Two members of the Zetas drug cartel have been convicted of murdering an American federal law enforcement agent in Mexico.
Uber says it will invest more than $360 million in Mexico with the goal of more than doubling its number of drivers in the country.
The Navajo Nation is moving forward with plans to purchase a $23 million ranch in Colorado. A committee vote on July 25 was the final approval needed.
The House of Representatives voted largely along party lines to fund a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday. It’s the first step to shoring up a cornerstone of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign pledge.
Volunteers from around the state are coming to Mayer this weekend to help clean up a flash flood area that destroyed two mobile home parks last week. But many of those homes are now uninhabitable.
The U.S. State Department is advising travelers to Mexico that it has received reports of tourists that have fallen ill or blacked out after consuming tainted or substandard alcohol.
Homeland Security is rolling out a series of digital towers along the U.S.-Mexico border. It’s part of a plan to secure the border that started in Arizona. Now the effectiveness of the towers is being questioned.
Eight students from Northern Arizona University and the National Autonomous University of Mexico are studying volcanoes in central Mexico to better understand the "plumbing" of monogenetic volcanoes.
The Navajo Nation is considering buying Colorado ranchland that contains two mountains the tribe believes to be sacred.
Arizona health care providers are concerned that Congress is considering health care reform that would have devastating impacts on the state’s most vulnerable populations.
Emergency service agencies are constantly looking for new technologies to get the word out about major events affecting residents. But when it comes to the monsoons in Arizona, old technology is still the most trusted.
The U.S. and Mexico are getting ready for the first round of discussions of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The U.S. Border Patrol is about to begin a hiring surge for thousands of agents and it’s planning to spend millions of dollars to bring them on board.