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'Falling on deaf ears': Tohono O'odham Nation reacts to use of force at Indigenous protest

Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris Jr. says tribal needs along the border are being ignored.

Appeals court rules against Trump administration on border wall funds

The 9th Circuit ruled that just because the country’s military deems the border wall is necessary, that doesn’t mean it is.

Border Patrol agents to be equipped with body cameras

The cameras will be distributed to agents stationed along the Mexico border starting next spring.

Border Patrol storms humanitarian aid camp in Southern Arizona; no criminal charges filed

The raid is part of escalating tension between the federal agency and nonprofit No More Deaths.

Arizona voters to consider another recreational marijuana bill

The new bill has criminal justice elements not present in a similar bill that was narrowly defeated in 2016.

Ingram-Lopez family seeks grand jury, criminal charges for TPD in-custody death

This week Pima County prosecutors opted against charging officers involved in Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez's April death.

Arizona 360 presents the debate for Pima County Sheriff

Republican incumbent Mark Napier and Democratic challenger Chris Nanos face off.

Stand off with Border Patrol, National Park Service ends in scuffle with Indigenous-led demonstrators

O'odham organizers and their supporters stopped construction for over five hours at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

Review of deaths in Tucson police custody leads to 53 recommendations for department

A panel reviewed the deaths of Damien Alvarado, 29, and Carlos Ingram-Lopez, 27, earlier this year.

Races for Pima County recorder and Santa Cruz County sheriff

Longtime public servants are leaving the roles, leaving those races wide open.

'We are not animals': Letter details how Tucson prison became COVID-19 hot spot

In a 22-page letter, a military veteran incarcerated at ASPC-Tucson describes a chaotic pandemic behind bars.

Navajo Nation president asks for leniency for federal death row inmate

Lezmond Mitchell is the sole Native American under a federal death sentence in the United States.

Crimes in Tucson, Phoenix fell in second quarter, as COVID-19 took hold

While property crimes fell, both cities saw an increase in aggravated assaults.

Family of man who died in Tucson police custody seeking $19M in damages

The family is seeking $10 million from the city of Tucson and $3 million from each of the responding officers.

Multiple arrests in Border Patrol raid on migrant aid camp, second this week

Agency entered a medical aid camp run by the humanitarian group No More Deaths on Friday, executing a federal warrant.

Border Patrol agents raid No More Deaths migrant aid camp

The group says the event is the first of its kind in over a year.

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