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City adopts broader rules on abandoned properties

The City of Nogales has a new set of legal tools for dealing with dilapidated structures that pose risks to public safety. An ordinance passed by the Nogales City Council last week will allow the city to take quicker action against owners of properties that violate an expanded set of rules pertainin


AmeriCorps team lends a hand in Nogales

The group of 12 young adults arrived in Nogales on Jan. 6 to serve the community as part of the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps. While in town, the AmeriCorps NCCC team will work with Nogales Community Development to develop two elements of its Innovating Nogales Main Street project.


Consulate offers seven-week citizenship class

The Mexican Consulate in Nogales is set to launch a new series of U.S. citizenship workshops. Beginning Thursday, Jan. 17, the consulate will offer a seven-week program of classes in U.S. civics. Instruction is in Spanish with test review in English.


WATCH: Smuggling tunnel discovered crossing into Nogales, Arizona

NOGALES, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) − According to the Mexican Federal Police, a tunnel nearly 32 feet long running from Mexico to Nogales, Arizona was discovered over the weekend. Authorities released video of the smuggling tunnel that they say is used for drugs and human trafficking.


New microloan program helps local women

About 15 minutes before the Nogales Mercado farmers market opened last Friday afternoon, local vendor Lourdes Campos stood behind one of her tables, already greeting customers who had arrived early.


Holy Cross CEO receives a national recognition

Debra Knapheide of Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital was included in the Becker’s Hospital Review list of “Women Hospital and Healthcare Leaders to Know” for 2018. Knapheide is CEO, chief nursing officer and chief operating officer of the Nogales-based hospital, where she is responsible for operations,


Bellinger becomes Buena’s all-time leading scorer; Colts drop heartbreaker

NOGALES, Ariz. — The Buena High School boys basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Nogales on Tuesday night on the road, as the Apaches defeated the Colts 71-70. Nogales jumped out to an early 11-3 lead with 6:20 on the clock, but Buena didn’t back down. The Colts trimmed the Apaches lead to three a


Lady Colts take down visiting Apaches

The Lady Colts defeated Nogales 60-42 in Sierra Vista on Tuesday night. “This night was big as we have not lost back to back games all season,” Buena head coach Cole Colvin wrote in a statement to the Herald/Review. “Our girls really struggled against Marana last game. I think we hesitated on offens


#ABArare – White-throated Thrush – Arizona

On January 9, Linda Grant discovered an ABA Code 4 White-throated Thrush at Madera Canyon, in Pima County, Arizona. The bird has been seen by many birders since its discovery and is still present as ove yesterday (1/14). in addition to being a noteworthy bird in the ABA Area, this is a 1st state rec


Arizona couple killed on U.S. Hwy. 54

A man and woman, both from Arizona, died in a crash Monday morning in Meade between a semi and a passenger van. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported around 10:40 a.m. Monday, a 2014 Toyota Sienna was westbound in the outside lane of U.S. Highway 54 in Meade near the intersection with Kansas Highway 23