Sonora reported its first cases of monkeypox this week as cases continue to rise across the country. Sonoran health officials announced Wednesday that the state had confirmed its first cases of monkeypox in two men, ages 21 and 54.
Northern Arizona has been besieged with almost daily flooding after a pair of devastating wildfires near Flagstaff this year. Officials say the price tag to prevent further damage from flooding will be steep: between $125 million and $145 million that will need to come from the U.S. government. → More news from the Fronteras Desk
Water and city managers held a joint town hall to discuss One Water, a master plan laid out by city in 2019 to address future water issues. The meeting was planned for this month, but ended up coming hours after the Bureau of Reclamation announced new cuts in Colorado River supply to Arizona, Nevada and Mexico.
An anti-immigration group has scored a legal victory in its federal lawsuit arguing the Biden administration violated environmental law when it halted construction of the U.S. southern border wall and sought to undo other immigration policies by former President Donald Trump.
The Leazier family has lived at the same Flagstaff property more than three decades. This past April, theirs was one of 30 homes that burned down in the Tunnel Fire. Their insurance coverage doesn't fully cover the cost of rebuilding — and an insurance consumer advocacy organization said the Leaziers aren't alone.
The future of DACA rests with three Louisiana judges. To learn about the legal twists and turns the proceedings have taken — and could — The Show spoke with Lynn Marcus of the University of Arizona's Immigration Law Clinic.
Three people died in Nogales, Sonora, this weekend as streets flooded amid heavy rains. Flooding has long been an issue in the city, and leaders say they are preparing to fund major infrastructure projects to address the situation.
Cartels unleashed mayhem in four Mexican states last week, burning cars, blocking roads and killing at least a dozen people. But on Monday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador downplayed the significance of the week’s events.
A Mexican national charged with bribing a Border Patrol agent to smuggle people across the U.S.-Mexico border has pleaded guilty. The case is connected to a larger, ongoing one centered on the Border Patrol agent’s actions.
Today marks the first anniversary of when Afghanistan's capital Kabul fell to Taliban control, and U.S. troops withdrew from the country. Tens of thousands of Afghans were evacuated from their country as a result. Many are still in limbo.
On Sunday, residents gathered in downtown Phoenix to celebrate National Navajo Code Talkers Day. The event honored the members of the U.S. Marine Corps who used the Navajo language to relay unbreakable coded messages during World War II.