Border officers found more than 30 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in the rear bumper of a car been driven across the Nogales border crossing Sunday, officials said.
Whether two Border Patrol agents went from protectors to perpetrators, as prosecutors say, or were simply following orders will be determined by the jury in a trial that is expected to last a couple of weeks.
WASHINGTON - Only 36 percent of Mexican immigrants who are eligible to become U.S. citizens are taking steps to do so, a much lower rate than immigrants from other countries, according to a new study.
DOUGLAS - Guadalupe Guerrero walked slowly, clutching to her chest a picture of her son, fatally shot by a Border Patrol agent two years ago.
Lawmakers need to move from generalizations to specifics in defining what a secured border must look like, Arizona's former attorney general said.
PHOENIX - Arizona Game and Fish officials are trying to bolster two herds of pronghorn antelopes whose numbers have seen dramatic declines in an area of Southeastern Arizona along the U.S.-Mexico border.
A man between 25 and 30 years old who showed signs of torture was found hanging from a bridge in Agua Prieta, Sonora Saturday night, according to Mexican media reports.
When will the U.S. border be secure? No politician has dared to give a specific answer. And, as two new reports conclude, the people in charge of border security haven't defined success, either.
The Americas Trade and Commerce Center, a new office complex in Nogales, Ariz., caters to owners, operators and investors in Sonora's maquiladora industry.
Owners, operators and investors in Sonora's maquiladora industry now have designated meeting space north of the border.
Investigators searching a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border for clues into the fatal shooting of a Border Patrol agent face a treacherous territory that is heavily used by drug smugglers, offers many hiding places and is close enough to Mexico for traffickers to make a quick getaway.
Ex-coach in custody; girl found in Mexico
Mexico's army has uncovered a 755-foot (230-meter) tunnel running under the Sonora-Arizona border that was used to smuggle drugs into the United States.
A Southern Arizona contractor who pleaded guilty to knowingly hiring illegal immigrants was sentenced to probation Thursday in the first case in the state in which authorities pursued criminal charges instead of just fines against an employer in an illegal hiring case.
The Star editorial board met with Arizona Republican Sen. John
McCain on April 1. Excerpts of the conversation were published
April 11 in the Star print edition, and we've collected segments,
organized by topic, of the wide-ranging interview online: