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Pentagon Sending 'Several Thousand' More Troops To US-Mexico Border

It comes weeks from a deadline from the White House over funding for a border wall.

Honduras Is Top Country Of Origin For Migrants Traveling By Land To US, Mexico Says

The numbers come from migrants requesting a visa to transit through Mexico in January.

Developer Temporarily Opens Doors of Benedictine Monastery to Migrants

Ross Rulney eventually plans to build apartments around the iconic building, but for now is opening the property to asylum seekers.

US Sending Asylum Seekers to Mexico

Officials want to expand the practice to all ports, a major immigration policy shift in both countries.

ADOT: Work Authorization Card Means Eligibility for Driver's License

The revision comes as the result of the settlement of a federal lawsuit.

Consultant To Gauge Inner Workings Of Southwest Key Programs

The outside health care consultation is part of a legal settlement with the nonprofit, which houses unaccompanied migrant children.

Nearly 400 Migrants Detained Near Yuma

The group is said to have crossed through tunnels under a stretch of border fence.

As New Caravan Reaches Its Southern Border, Mexico Mulls Long-Term Immigration Plan

Mexico is caught between the harsh realities pushing people out of northern Central America and divisive political drama in the U.S.

Rep Kirkpatrick Wants to Help 'Dreamers' Work for Congress

The Arizona representative's first bill would allow DACA recipients to work on Capitol Hill.

Southwest Key Takes Step to Have Freeze on Arizona Admissions Lifted

The migrant children's shelter operator has a months-long statewide freeze on placements of unaccompanied, undocumented children.

Becoming a Goat?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Trials begin for "No More Deaths" volunteers; How photographing Bears Ears National Monument became a passion for a retired astronomer; and remembering when Martin Luther King, Jr. visited Tucson.

Trial of Border Humanitarian Aid Workers Begins in Tucson

Misdemeanor charges against No More Deaths volunteers could set a precedent for migrant humanitarian work in the Arizona desert.

Government Shutdown Adds to Immigration Court Backlog

A discussion with Arizona Republic reporter Daniel González.

Exploring "Zero Hour", and the Rebellion of Zero Mostel

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A family separated for 6 years by the U.S. / Mexico border; Gary Paul Nabhan on "Food from the Radical Center"; and the Zoppè Family Circus legacy.

Tucson Developer Offers Migrants Temporary Housing in Tucson

The Benedictine Monastery will soon house Central American asylum-seekers waiting for claims to be processed.

Border Groups Fear Nogales Parking Lot Sale Means Continued Militarization

The federal government has purchased one of the largest public parking lots at the Nogales border.

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