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Military Buildup in Nogales as Army, CBP Cite Worries Over Migrant Caravan

Last week saw the largest domestic deployment of active duty military to the border in decades.

Troops Installing Razor Wire Along Arizona Border

The soldiers arrived as part of the domestic military deployment announced by the U.S. government last week.

Tucson Police Focusing on Opioids

The department wants other law enforcement agencies to join their efforts.

Prosecutor: Border Agent Tired of Rock Throwers Killed Teen

Swartz, who has pleaded not guilty, is being retried after the previous jury deadlocked on a manslaughter verdict.

More Time Sought to Find Victims of Arpaio Detentions

Advocates want to find more people detained illegally when Arpaio defied a court order in a racial profiling case.

Border Patrol Agent's New Trial in Teen's Killing to Start

It's the second trial for Lonnie Swartz, who killed 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez through a border fence.

Group Calls for Judge to Toss Border Case

Lawyers for a man working with the No More Deaths humanitarian aid group say the charges are U.S. government retaliation.

FBI May Help Identify Migrant Remains Found Along US-Mexico Border

The Forensic Border Coalition says the FBI has the most extensive DNA database in the world.

Attorney General Wants More Funding to Prosecute Border Cases

Officials say the caseload in Southern Arizona has gone up significantly.

Police Chiefs Aim to Build Trust in Community Policing

From underage drinking to investigating homicides, both Tucson Police and UA Police stay busy.

Watchdog: US Unprepared for Consequences of 'Zero Tolerance' Immigration

Homeland Security officials say the report illustrates how difficult it is to enforce broken and poorly written immigration laws.

Audit: CBP Not Protecting Information Gleaned From its Drones

The audit found the agency's drone program is vulnerable to losing confidential information the aircraft gather.

Officials Credit Southern Arizona Drug Seizures to Stonegarden Funding

Law enforcement officials point to the governor's Border Strike Force and Operation Stonegarden grants as factors in their success.

Man Charged With Murder of Two Missing Tucson Girls

Isabel Celis went missing in 2012, Maribel Gonzales disappeared in 2014. Their remains were found years apart in a remote area.

Pima County Supes Explain Opposing Votes on Stonegarden

A discussion with Supervisors Ramón Valadez and Steve Christy on the funding tied to border enforcement.

Sheriff Criticizes Stonegarden Vote, Says Department to Continue Enforcement

Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier says that despite the funding loss Pima County will continue "almost identical" enforcement.

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