Tens of thousands of migrant families have passed through Phoenix this year on their way to destinations in other parts of the country. Area churches and nonprofits have offered these people aid, and just last month aid groups opened a 24/7 shelter. It's one stop on the migrant journey we've been covering over the past two weeks.
Special Series: Tracing The Migrant Journey
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Effects Of Trade War On Arizona
The trade war between the U.S. and China continued to negatively affect the markets Friday as the DOW closed down over 600 points. One Arizona business expert weighs in.
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Computer experts say hackers are targeting smaller businesses and organizations due to a lack of security or awareness. Steve Woods explains what these companies can do to help protect their systems.
After Mexican Tomato Deal, Farm Bureau Wants Same For Other Crops
With the ink barely dry on the draft of a Mexican tomato import deal, some farmers are saying they’d like to see similar agreements for other crops. The American Farm Bureau praised the deal reached by the U.S. Department of Commerce and Mexican growers.
Mexicos Economy Registers No Growth In Second Quarter
Mexico’s economic activity was flat in the second quarter of the year, as Arizona’s leading trading partner narrowly dodged a recession.
Douglas-Agua Prieta Host Annual Concert Without Borders
Artists and performers from Arizona and Sonora, Mexico will put on a free concert Saturday on both sides of the border in Douglas, Arizona and Agua Prieta, Sonora. It’s called the Concert Without Borders.

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As U.S. Jews Cool To Israel, Evangelicals Flock There As Tourists
Evangelicals are emerging as the most reliable U.S. supporters of the Israeli government and the fastest growing segment of the Israeli tourism market.
Iranian Oil Tanker Leaves Gibraltar, Despite U.S. Efforts To Keep It Detained
The U.S. alleged that the tanker, which was seized in July, was carrying 2.1 million barrels of crude oil to Syria in violation of an international embargo.
Iran Under Sanctions: A Scramble For Cancer Care And Blame To Go Around
Shortages affecting hospitals and clinics are a perilous example of an economic crisis that has worsened since the U.S. imposed economic and financial penalties on the country.
Violence Returns To Hong Kong As Police Fire Tear Gas And Protesters Fight Back
Pro-democracy demonstrators barricaded roads with bamboo and hurled bricks at authorities. They also tore down "smart lampposts" they fear are being used for surveillance by authorities in China.
Trade And Economic Tensions Loom Over G-7 Summit In France
Just before leaving Washington, D.C., Friday, President Trump hiked tariffs on Chinese imports and threatened to force American companies to leave China.