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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.

Tribes gain direct access to FBI sex offender registry

The U.S. attorney general said access to the FBI database will give tribal officials information to better prevent sex crimes.

County animal shelter takes in 43 animals in case resulting in animal cruelty charges

The group of cats, dogs and turtles is mostly healthy. PACC is looking for foster homes for the animals.

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

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

After burst of border violence, Arizona DPS sends help to border

The agency declined to provide details beyond what it wrote in three tweets Wednesday.

2 Sonoran border shootouts claim 9 lives

Violence rocked the Mexican border towns of Agua Prieta and Naco on Monday.

New park safety program being piloted in Tucson

The Police Department and Parks and Recreation have teamed up to add safety patrols in city parks.

Data on missing or murdered Tohono O'odham females could help guide prevention efforts

New Arizona law requires law enforcement to collect this data in an effort to prevent violence.

Border Patrol agent in Tucson is accused of sexual assaults

Police say Steven Charles Holmes was booked Tuesday into the Pima County Jail on suspicion of three counts each of sexual assault and aggravated assault.

Ducey Signs Plan to Track Data on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The law requires local, state, tribal and federal agencies to collect and share information on these cases.

Arizona Man Convicted In Kidnapping-for-Weed Plot Denied New Trial

The 9th Circuit said errors in the trial were not enough to warrant a do-over.

Attorney General Brnovich Gets Heat for Nunchucks Stunt

The Arizona attorney general posted a video of himself displaying his nunchuck abilities.

On Somber Mother’s Day, Sonorans March For Disappeared Loved Ones

More than 2,000 people are missing in Sonora, according to 2018 data.

Training Simulates What It's Like to Re-enter Society After Prison

The program was aimed at community members who work with people recently released from prison.

Arizona Man Gets Prison in Cacti Smuggling, Theft, Drug Case

Authorities said the man sold the cacti online and illegally shipped them to more than 20 countries.

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