A new image of Baja California has emerged: The state has evolved from being best known for dismembered bodies to being hailed as a culinary epicenter with a vibrant art and music scene.
A beauty pageant held at Tijuana's La Mesa penitentiary offered participants an opportunity to rebuild self-esteem lost in prison.
For one glorious moment, real world geopolitics was forgotten. Paso Lajitas, Mexico and Lajitas, Texas were again united — not cut off from one another as they’ve been in a post-Sept. 11 world.
Meeting members of one family who live on both sides of the border, when their own relatives can't visit.
In the last decade Mexico’s tech industry has flourished, growing three times faster than the global average. Most of that growth is fueled by demand from the United States. But without certain reforms Mexico’s progress can only go so far.
A long-awaited border crossing has re-opened at Big Bend National Park. Across the Rio Grande, the tiny village of Boquillas is hoping for an influx of American tourists.
The Walt Disney Company told Fronteras Desk it will withdraw trademark applications related to the Day of the Dead holiday after an avalanche of social media backlash.
On May 1, Disney filed trademark applications to secure ‘Dia de los Muertos’ across multiple platforms for an upcoming Pixar film.
President Barack Obama travels south Thursday to meet with Mexico's president, Enrique Peña Nieto. Under this new administration, Mexico wants to shift focus away from fighting drug traffickers to strengthening the economy.
The father-in-law of "El Chapo" is one of the highest profile crime figures arrested since Peña Nieto took office.
When President Barack Obama travels to Mexico on Thursday to meet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto there will be a laundry list of issues to tackle. Texas is asking the leaders to not forget water.
Earlier this month, Phoenix leaders fielded questions about SB 1070 while on a trade mission in Mexico City. How did they talk about Arizona's immigration bill abroad?
Testing is underway for further evidence of salmonella in cucumbers imported to Arizona from a Sinaloa company.
To the dismay of the Sinaloa cartel, homicides in Tijuana are spiking.
For many Mexicans, an anticipated part of a potential immigration reform is the chance to reunite with family members living in the U.S. without papers who they haven’t seen for years.