The murky rules regarding marijuana enforcement that emerged last week from the Trump administration created uncertainty in a fast growing legal industry that emerged on the U.S. market less than a decade ago.
Customs officials from Mexico and the U.S. will do simultaneous inspections to shipments at the Mesa airport. The main goal is to facilitate trade between both countries.
The federal government has finalized plans to swap land with a southern Arizona copper mine to protect a historic site near Superior. Twelve tribes worked with the Forest Service and a mining company to save Apache Leap.
The Trump Administration walked back a hands-off policy to marijuana laws that, until now, allowed states like Arizona to license it for medical use.
Starting in 2018 Amtrak will no longer stop in Williams. The junction existed to shuttle people to the Grand Canyon Railway and its hotel.
An Arizona family of four staying in a northern Arizona cabin was found dead on New Year’s Day. The Coconino County Sheriff’s Department believes the family died of possible carbon monoxide poisoning.
Universities across the Southwest are stepping up the work they do with counterparts in Mexico. They’re looking for ways to send more exchange students and to do more scientific research together.
The state of Sonora is about to celebrate the 34th edition of its largest music festival, expecting more than 120,000 attendants. This year, Scottsdale is among the guest cities.
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake (Rep.) backed the tax reform bill partly in exchange for a chance to work on legislation that permanently protects DACA recipients, and now he says Republican leadership has promised to let him bring a bill to the Senate floor in January.
Sonora, like the rest of the Mexican states, is implementing a special program to protect road travelers throughout this holiday season.