Auto manufacturers in Mexico are balking at the Trump administration’s proposed changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, but they’re not the only industry group resisting.
The federal government will soon decide whether to extend or cancel Temporary Protected Status for roughly 1,100 El Salvadorans, Hondurans and Haitians living in Arizona, according to a new report by the Center for American Progress.
The Flagstaff City Council plans to vote on a resolution against the hauling of uranium ore through the city, even though it doesn’t have the legal authority to stop it.
Vicente Fox, former president of Mexico, will deliver a keynote speech Saturday at the third annual Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo in downtown Phoenix.
Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is visiting Mexico City, where he plans to meet with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto and other top officials for two days.
Navajo leaders say the tribe has a potential buyer for its coal-fired power plant in northern Arizona. It’s set to retire in two years unless a new owner can be found by Oct. 1.
After the devastating earthquake in Mexico, the trade offices of Arizona and Phoenix in Mexico City are trying to help the affected communities.
Officials expect a temporary disruption in business at Phoenix’s trade office in Mexico City following Tuesday’s 7.1 magnitude earthquake.
Mexican shoppers have for decades traveled up to the border to buy what was otherwise unavailable in their country. But those habits are changing and businesses on the border are struggling to find a way to evolve with them.
A Sierra Vista construction company is among four firms federal authorities have chosen to build models of a border wall made from materials other than concrete.