Congress set aside $125 million in the new farm bill to help beat back an attack on the nation's citrus trees.
February 06, 2014
An important freight train route linking Mexico's Pacific ports with markets in Texas and beyond was closed in 2006. Construction on a new rail bridge needed to reopen the route is expected to start next year. The economic implications for businesses and producers in both countries are significant.
January 30, 2014
Immigration reform, while not at the forefront of President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address, is believed by some members of the administration to take shape this year. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez said he believes an altered migration system could shape the country’s labor force for the better.
January 29, 2014
By some measures, Mexico might have some of the fastest Internet speeds in Latin America. But for Tijuana's ambitious tech entrepreneurs and aspiring professional gamers, it's still painfully slow.
January 29, 2014
A California utility has agreed to pay fines and upgrade its system following a power outage two years ago that affected millions of people in the Southwest.
January 23, 2014
The Secret Service is working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and McAllen Police Department to determine if there is any connection between the Target credit card breech and arrests made at the border over the weekend.
January 23, 2014
A Tijuana-San Diego design firm has won a contest to create a sustainable, smoke-filtering covering for outdoor cafes in Paris.
January 23, 2014
A university research team in Texas was one of six teams selected by the FAA recently to begin testing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles — otherwise known as drones. The main focus of the testing is to work out safety and communication issues, and huge chunks of Texas have been designated as potential testing sites. But some parts of the state are not keen on the idea.
January 17, 2014
A rare development proposed just south of downtown Phoenix would link a cultural and economic divide.
January 17, 2014
As shipments of the popular spicy Asian condiment Sriracha remain on hold following a partial shutdown of its factory in California, a state representative from Texas is trying to lure the maker of the sauce away from the West Cost and into the Lone Star State.
January 08, 2014


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