Federal Judge Gives Sonoran Congress Until December To Enact Marriage Equality Reforms
An attorney involved in the case called the ruling historic. While there is a short period for appeals, he said he doesn't expect one.
Aug. 3, 2021
San Carlos, Guaymas Pandemic Closures Contrast With Previous Measures
While enforcement appears to be more lax, one San Carlos business owner says his establishment and others will voluntarily comply with the stricter rules.
Jul. 30, 2021
Mexican Tomato Importers Worry Rule Interpretation Could Raise Prices
One industry representative in Nogales, Arizona, says it could increase sale prices by as much as 20% to 25%.
Jul. 30, 2021
Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers Over Trafficked Weapons
Mexico filed a civil lawsuit against 11 U.S.-based gun manufacturers Wednesday, alleging that negligent practices have allowed the illegal flow of weapons across the border to drug cartels. It’s the first time the country has filed such a suit.
Aug. 4, 2021
COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Continue To Climb In Sonora
The third wave of the coronavirus is in full swing in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, where cases and hospitalizations are once again soaring to peak levels. This week, a second Sonoran municipality moved into what the state considers maximum risk for COVID-19 spread.
Aug. 4, 2021
COVID-19 Top Cause Of Death In Sonora In 2020
New data out Thursday shows that COVID-19 was the top cause of death in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, last year.
July 29, 2021
Mexico To Release Incarcerated People Who Were Tortured, Seniors
Mexico is preparing to release thousands of incarcerated people from federal prisons, including those who have been tortured.
July 29, 2021
Sonora Community Faces COVID-19 Outbreak Amid Water Shortage
A town of the Indigenous Comcaac Nation in neighboring Sonora, Mexico, is experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 cases in the midst of a water shortage.
July 29, 2021