Navajo Nation

Fronteras Desk
12:26 pm
Thu December 20, 2012

Record Year For Maritime Smuggling Into California From Mexico

This fishing boat was being pounded by waves in a cove near Ocean Beach when coastal law enforcement authorities found it in the early morning.
Katie Euphrat Fronteras

Authorities in Southern California are confronting the rise in maritime smuggling of illegal immigrants and drugs. If the nation plunges over the fiscal cliff, it would have an immeasurable impact on the border. Navajos have been especially vulnerable to questionable car sales tactics and Arizona school districts are grappling with a federal mandate to improve English language instruction.

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Fronteras Desk
12:48 pm
Thu November 8, 2012

Latino Vote Wakes Up, TB In Tijuana, Dinosaur Tracks, And A Cross-Border Soccer Team

Supporters of President Barack Obama showed their enthusiasm for his reelection at the Nevada Democratic Party's celebration. The event took place at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Veronica Zaragovia Fronteras

Everyone was wondering what effect the Latino vote would have on this election, and now we know.  A look at efforts to fight tuberculosis in the border city of Tijuana. The Navajo Nation is taking steps to preserve dinosaur tracks, and how a soccer team has become part of a culture spanning both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

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