COVID-19 Health Disparities At Heart Of 2020 Elections For Some Voters
New voters headed to the polls this election year will have to consider a shifting political landscape not experienced in the U.S. in generations. For young Latino voters like Adela Diaz, the coronavirus pandemic brought her biggest political concerns to the forefront for the entire country to consider.
June 3, 2020
ICE Frees Puente Member Arrested By Phoenix Police
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released a high-ranking member of a local activist group who was arrested by Phoenix police over the weekend, but the government may still try to deport her.
Jun. 1, 2020
As COVID-19 Cases Mount, Thousands Of Sonorans Return To Work
Tens of thousands of Sonorans are heading back to work this week, after a gradual reopening for some industries started Monday. Some state officials are worried the reopening could worsen the state's outbreak.
Jun. 1, 2020
For Fishermen Near Vaquita Habitat, Government Assistance Falls Short
The Mexican government is distributing financial assistance to fishermen living on the coasts of the Sea of Cortez. But in areas where fishing has been banned to protect the critically endangered vaqutia marina porpoise, fishermen say the small payment falls far short of the community’s needs.
June 3, 2020
Border Patrol Turns to Private Industry For Ideas To Stop Border Wall Breaches
The Border Patrol has a problem: It’s built about 200 miles of new border wall along the Mexican boundary but it hasn’t figured out how to keep people from breaching it. So it’s asking for help.
June 3, 2020
Navajo Nation Lifts Weekend Curfew
The Navajo president announced Wednesday that it will be lifting the weekend curfews put in place two months ago to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
June 3, 2020
USCIS Field Office In Phoenix Set For Limited Reopening Thursday
The Phoenix field office for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is on track for a limited reopening Thursday, but coronavirus safety means waiting at least a couple more weeks to completely restart.
June 3, 2020
Thousands Rally In Mexico From Their Cars Against Their President
While protests continued throughout the United States last weekend after the death of George Floyd, thousands of people in Mexico rallied against their president — riding their vehicles.
June 1, 2020