Plant commonly used for 'Dia de Los Muertos' altars will not be allowed across U.S.-Mexico border
Story by 13 On Your Side Newsroom
YUMA, Ariz. (13 On Your Side) – Customs and
Border Protection officials want to remind those of you traveling across the
border about several Day of the Dead plant decorations that will not be allowed
into the country.
celebrate Dia de Los Muertos—or Day of the Dead—by decorating altars with
Murraya or orange jasmine, to commemorate the lives of those who have died.
agents say Murraya is a host plant for insects that can carry diseases so it is
banned from coming into the United
Email Alert Sign Up
Sign up here to receive breaking news stories from KSWT.com and morning updates to your email inbox.
The state Supreme Court has ruled that the presence of non-impairing marijuana compounds detected in a person's body does not give authorities the right to prosecute under Arizona's driving under the...More >>
The state Supreme Court has ruled that the presence of non-impairing marijuana compounds detected in a person's body does not give authorities the right to prosecute under Arizona's driving under the influence laws.More >>
Daisy Cortes was in court earlier this week through her attorney asked for her bond to be reduced. According to published reports her attorney reported to the court that Ms. Cortes was unaware of her fathersMore >>
Daughter of suspected gunman has day in courtMore >>
The most haunted island on earth is a small island right off the coast of Venice, Italy called ‘The Island Of Poveglia. It's beautiful and deserted but it was also a body dumping ground a few hundred yearsMore >>
Spacious Island for sale; includes hotel. May need exorcism. More >>
Jesus Hernandez-Carlon stood before a judge to be formally charged; Carlon was arrested Monday night after a witness identified him as the man who robbed him at gun point outside a Yuma restaurant. AccordingMore >>
Man suspected of robbing someone at gun-point outside a Yuma restaurant was in court. More >>