Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora are divided by an international border. But they're united by the Santa Cruz river. Now government agencies and citizens groups on both sides are struggling to preserve this precious waterway. Lorne Matalon reports.
Mexico's President Felipe Calderon has declared war on the drug cartels, and has deployed army troops in the fight. But critics say the military effort has only made things worse. Steven Dudley reports from Juarez.
There's a new wave of disappearances in Juarez, largely unnoticed because of all the drug violence. The victims are all young women, police have no clue what happened to them. Mónica Ortiz Uribe reports.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Fred Burton of the security company Stratfor, about how drug-related violence affects Mexico's beach resorts. Stratfor has just issued a security report for Mexico during Spring Break season.