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Mental illness not a factor in mass violence, group says

The mentally ill are far more likely to injure themselves than to harm others, says NAMI of Southern Arizona.

Two men arrested in Tucson on Islamic State charges

The Somali refugees allegedly wanted to join the terror group in Egypt.

Documents detail probe of man charged with aiding migrants

The documents show the timeline for the investigation that led to Scott Warren's arrest.

Some controversial texts from accused border agent won't be shown to jury

Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen faces felony charges after allegedly ramming a man with his car and then lying about it.

Mexico and US dispute the assets of cartel leader 'El Chapo'

The countries are debating what to do with Joaquín Guzmán's $12 billion fortune.

Group hopes juvenile detention center can be welcoming space for migrants

The Board of Supervisors will vote next week on whether to approve the empty center as temporary migrant housing.

US to retry Arizona No More Deaths border activist Scott Warren

This is the government’s second attempt after the case last month ended in a mistrial.

Pima Schools Superintendent Dustin Williams awarded for approach to motivating students

Out-of-the box thinking earns him statewide award for helping incarcerated students.

Why executions in Arizona are in a holding pattern

A discussion with criminal justice reporter Michael Kiefer.

Sister of murder victim describes emotional toll of suspects' trials

Robert Curry was one of three victims killed during an armed robber at a Pizza Hut in 1999.

Pima County prosecutor's new book describes capital punishment as arbitrary

Rick Unklesbay has successfully argued murder cases that resulted in 16 death sentences.

Migrant activists accused of human smuggling released in Mexico

Upon release, Irineo Mujica accused the Mexican president of being a tool of the Trump administration to stop migrants.

Jury deadlocks on charges against Arizona border aid worker Scott Warren

The jury returned Tuesday after days of deliberation on the case of No More Deaths volunteer Scott Warren.

Jury begins deliberations in border humanitarian aid worker trial

Federal prosecutors sought to make the case about the entire group, No More Deaths.

Arizona churches sue Patriot Movement AZ, AZ Patriots

The suit says the far-right groups conspired to violate people's civil rights, invasion of privacy and defamation.

Arizona prisons urged to end ban on book about black men

The book "Chokehold: Policing Black Men," examines law enforcement and mass incarceration through its treatment of African American men.

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