May 27, 2020
MEXICO CITY – New regulations introduced by the government favor the fossil fuel industry and may stifle the renewable energy market in Mexico, critics say.
Feb. 13, 2020
PHOENIX – Advocates continue struggling to keep qualified Hispanic families enrolled in public programs like food stamps and cash assistance amid changes to the so-called public charge rule. The U.S. Supreme Court last month decided to let the rule take effect, and that happens on Feb. 24. It allows immigration officers to consider applicants’ use of public benefits, including Medicaid, in deciding to grant green cards, visas and changes in residency.
By Rodrigo Cervantes | Dec. 27, 2019
MEXICO CITY – Five hundred years after the Spanish arrived in Mexico, the nation still is coming to terms with the conquistadors, who slaughtered millions as they brought benefits to the New World.
By Rodrigo Cervantes | Dec. 26, 2019
MEXICO CITY – In Mexico City, indigenous musicians find common ground with rock and hip-hop artists as they tell stories of oppression and dispossession.
By Rodrigo Cervantes | Aug. 5, 2019
MEXICO CITY – The Mexican Employers Confederation expressed alarm at rising rates of violent crime since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office in December, and it blames some of the situation on weapons smuggled in from the U.S.
By Rodrigo Cervantes | April 22, 2019
MEXICO CITY – Like in metro Phoenix, electric shared scooters arrived in Mexico City with disruptive technologies and concerns. While some see in them innovation and an opportunity to fight urban problems such as air pollution or traffic, others think that these vehicles need to be regulated — or even eradicated.
By Daniel Perle | Nov. 7, 2018
WASHINGTON - A recent study estimated that as many as 212,170 Arizonans were not able to cast a ballot in this year's elections because of a felony conviction in their past. Former felons can regain the right to vote in Arizona, if they pay their debts, but many are not aware of the process.
Nov. 6, 2018
By Tyler Fingert | April 26, 2018
More than six million people visited Grand Canyon National Park in 2016 but only a small percentage were minorities. Representatives are working on ways to draw more diverse visitors.
By Andrea Estrada | Feb. 8, 2018
Vegan couple, Jose and Leticia Gamiz, own a Mexican vegan food truck in the metro Phoenix area.
By Mersedes Cervantes | Jan. 25, 2018
One year after being elected, MCSO Sheriff Paul Penzone talks about efforts to improve relations with the Hispanic community.
By Mersedes Cervantes and Olivia Richard | Jan. 16, 2018
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced Saturday night they would continue accepting requests to renew DACA.