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Border Agent Dies After Being Injured In The Line Of Duty In TexasThe 36-year-old agent was killed and his partner is hospitalized in serious condition.
Aeromexico Returns To DIAAeromexico is bringing back a seasonal flight to Denver International Airport.
US, Mexico Expand Pact On Managing Overused Colorado RiverThe United States and Mexico have agreed to renew and expand a far-reaching conservation agreement that governs how they manage the overused Colorado River.
Coloradans Respond To Deadly Mexico EarthquakeColoradans are once again answering the call in the wake of tragedy.
Frantic Search Underway At School Hit By Mexico QuakeRescuers are searching a school looking for survivors from Tuesday's deadly earthquake.
Mexico Earthquake Monitored By USGS In GoldenWhen the earth started to rumble in Mexico, the National Earthquake Information Center in Golden started pinpointing information.
Massive Quake Hits Mexico City On Anniversary Of AnotherA powerful earthquake hit Mexico Tuesday, destroying buildings and scattering rubble into the streets.
Vicente Fox Assails Trump's Policies In Denver VisitMexico's former president brought his stinging criticism for President Donald Trump to Denver on Tuesday.
Giant Marijuana Bundle Launched Over US-Mexico Border FenceBorder Patrol agents in southern Arizona have seized a nearly 100-pound (45 kilogram) bundle of marijuana after spotting it flying over the border fence.
Teen Charged After Buying Tiger Cub In Mexico For $300A California teenager charged with smuggling a Bengal tiger into the United States told a judge Thursday that he bought the animal on the streets of Tijuana, Mexico, where several of the endangered animals have been spotted this year.
Warning About Drinking While Visiting MexicoThe U.S. State Department is telling tourists to be careful what they drink while in Mexico.
Report Accuses Five-Star Resorts In Mexico Of Drugging TouristsA report has alleged that five-star resorts in Mexico use illegal, dangerous alcohol that's led to blackouts and deaths.

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