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Judge overseeing Border Patrol trial may order tents for Tucson Sector
Government attorneys said the number of families seeking asylum in the sector is already far higher than the last fiscal year.
Mexican presidential plane back from U.S. after a year
The plane has been for sale in California as part of the government's austerity plan.
Binational team of female brewers to debut IPA in Tucson
The effort brought together brewers from Tucson's Borderlands Brewing and Monterrey, Mexico's Turulata Brewing.
Mexican consulates to reinforce legal protections for workers
The country has asked its consulates to partner with nonprofits to strengthen protections for Mexican workers ahead of the USMCA.
New super PAC wants Arizona Latino voters to help beat Trump in November
American Latinos United aims to chip away at the percentage of Latino support that Trump got in 2016.
Trial over treatment of migrants in Border Patrol custody begins
Advocates are alleging inhumane treatment at many of the agency's short-term detention centers in Arizona.
Number of Mexicans granted work visas in the U.S. increases
Mexico praised the rise in migrants taking part in U.S. work visa programs, calling it a sign of the countries' strong economic partnership.
Trump administration wins appeal, pushes border fence projects forward
A lower court had stopped construction on 175 miles of the southwest border in areas along all four border states.
Man gets life in prison for 2010 killing of US border agent Brian Terry
Heraclio Osorio Arellanes was a member of a "rip crew" that fired on Terry's unit in 2010, killing the Border Patrol agent.
Mexican asylum seekers might be forced to apply in Guatemala
The Mexican government has condemned the measure, which is an extension of an agreement signed between the U.S. and Guatemala.
Report: More than 60,000 people missing in Mexico
Sonora, the Mexican state to Arizona's south, accounted for nearly 2,200 missing people in that number.
Navajo request federal funding to hire coroners
If successful, the tribe will be the first in the country with such a department.
DOJ, immigration judges head to hearing on future of labor union
A labor union for immigration judges is headed for a showdown with the Department of Justice.
Conservationists: Mexican government failing to protect vaquita
They say Mexico has not been able to curb illegal fishing in the Sea of Cortez that threatens the nearly extinct porpoise.
First migrants returned to Nogales, Sonora, under ‘Remain In Mexico’
The agency said it expanded the program because it believes migrants were crossing into Arizona to avoid being sent back to Mexico.
4 Navajo Code Talkers die in 2019, 5 remain
The four men who died last year were known for more than their military service, which helped end World War II.
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