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Binational Effort to Protect Environment Along the Border
Border 2020 members will meet Thursday, March 31 in Nogales, Sonora
Report: Border Strike Force Statistics Not Adding Up
Public records released to UA Journalism School news service don't back Gov. Ducey's claims.
Panel Finds Border Patrol Corruption Is Security Risk
New report by 'Independent Use of Force Committee'
Presidential Candidates Rally Across State, Talk Immigration
Four of the five candidates draw big crowds in Phoenix, Tucson, elsewhere; primary Tuesday.
Tucson Border Patrol Sets Up Missing Migrant Team
Families may be reluctant to reach out to agency if their loves ones are here illegally.
15th Anniversary of Water Tanks in Desert for Migrants
Founder of effort to save lives by preventing dehydration says immigration fixes still needed
Crossing the Line Tells of Love, Culture Across Borders
Author Linda Valdez discusses memoir about her marriage, life
'Common Ground on the Border' Celebrates Region's Culture
Community group wants to defuse tension about U.S.-Mexico border
New Surge of Central American Youth Expected at US Border
Border Protection official tells congressional committee numbers rising, could hit 75,000.
Nogales Crime Falls with Fewer Undocumented Immigrants
Police report aggravated assaults decline 44%, burglaries off 33% from previous year.
Tohono O'odham Find Common Ground with Border Patrol
Partnership has brought increased security and new technology to the nation.
Ciudad Juárez Residents Seek Consolation from Pope's Visit
City has deep wounds from Mexican Revolution, modern brutal drug war.
Lawmakers, Sheriffs Weigh $30M Border Security Plan
Arizona Week takes a deeper look at Gov. Ducey's Border Strike Force.
Legislative Pushback to $30M Border Strike Force Plan
Democrats and some Republicans are said to be resisting the governor’s plan.
Obama, Rights Group Want Body Cameras on Border Patrol
Groups: Cameras would bring more transparency to disputed cases of rights violations.
Ex-Gov. Castro's Home Will Be UA Border Studies Center
Family donates historic Nogales residence after his death last year.
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