Changes to NAFTA could affect business on both sides of border
APASEO EL GRANDE, Mexico — Angelica Cervantes has big dreams for her small family-owned business that makes specialized hand-crafted tools used by giant automakers like Ford, Volkswagen, Nissan, Mazda and Honda.
El Concilio celebrates 25 years of uniting Latino, Chicano, Hispanic students at ASU
For 25 years, one coalition has worked to unite Latino, Chicano and Hispanic student organizations at Arizona State University.
Arizona programs prioritize education for refugee children
PHOENIX - Former refugee Boo Htoo came to the United States with his two children in 2007 after spending more than 20 years as a Burmese refugee in Thailand.
Refugee students gain freedom, then learn English in AZ
PHOENIX- Jolie Zuza came to Arizona as a child in 2005, fleeing war and death.
Does election shift DREAMers to mass deportation? AZ immigrants fear future
PHOENIX – Arizona immigrants at a prayer vigil said they fear President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on his pledge to deport millions of Muslim and Mexican immigrants.
Arizona Muslims pay tribute to Muhammad Ali
TEMPE – Three verses from the Quran are melodically recited in traditional Arabic as more than 100 people pay tribute to Muhammad Ali in a Tempe mosque.
Charrería, Mexico’s oldest sport, is young and alive in the United States
Mexico’s oldest sport is young and alive in the United States.
Artists portray border issues using sculpture and painting
Artists are using their craft to contribute to the conversation about immigration and the border, hot topics on the presidential campaign trail.
CBP uses biometrics to track border crossers leaving the country
San Diego — U.S Customs and Border Protection officers are testing new biometric technology at a busy border crossing to track people leaving the country.
Low Mexican Peso is generating more travel interest among Americans
With spring break just two weeks away, college students are taking a second look at Mexico as an ideal destination, thanks to its weak peso and despite travel alerts.
Migrating muralists converge street art culture between Phoenix, LA
LOS ANGELES — When Los Angeles street art photographer Eriberto Oriol and his wife, Angelica Gonzalez-Oriol, traveled through Arizona, they’ve noticed a trend: Street art in Arizona feels more progressive and meaningful than much of the work they see in LA.
Graham’s recruiting class gives ASU four-way battle at QB
TEMPE - Let the competition begin. And the celebration.