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A Taste of Tucson History

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An update on Central American asylum seekers at the U.S. / Mexico border; using music to build community for America's homeless; learn about the traditions of Ramadan from a Tucson Muslim family

Federal Documents: Wall Likely to Adversely Impact Endangered Species

A FOIA request resulted in documents that appear to substantiate concerns of environmentalists and border communities.

Migration Analyst: Year-Over-Year Apprehension Numbers Misleading

Numbers of border apprehensions jumped up compared to last year, but are on a historically low trend, analyst says.

Border Patrol Highlights Search and Rescue in Safety Initiative

Human rights groups say while there is an uneasy relationship with Border Patrol, saving lives is what matters.

Influx of Families From Central America Seek Shelter in Tucson

Local refugee shelters say they are now at capacity.

US Border Agency Tests Body Cam Use by Agents in 9 Locations

A Tucson unit of Customs and Border Protection will be part of the trial.

US Says Border Crossing Doesn't Have Room for Asylum Seekers

Around 200 Central Americans in a caravan were told they may need to wait after arriving at the border in Tijuana.

Border Agent Acquitted of 2nd-Degree Murder, What’s Next?

Journalists Perla Trevizo and Paul Ingram reflect on the federal trial of Lonnie Swartz.

Historic Walkout; #RedforEd and Charters; Border Agent Acquitted

And former state treasurer Dean Martin explains the sustainability of the governor's teacher pay raise plan.

ACLU Ad Campaign on ICE Interactions Won't Air in Arizona

Ads will air in 11 states across three different digital platforms.

Understanding Autism From the Inside Out

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Are National Guard troops really needed at the US-Mexico border? And, remembering radio legend Carl Kasell.

Gov. Ducey to Tour US-Mexico Border With Homeland Secretary

They plan to hold an afternoon press briefing on the deployment of the National Guard at the border.

Jury Deliberates Fate of Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder

The judge tells jurors they may consider lesser charges than 2nd-degree murder.

Former Border Patrol Deputy Chief Discusses National Guard Deployment

Ron Colburn says troops increase deterrence and help the agency address staffing issues.

Pima County Sheriff's Deputies Contact Border Patrol 101 Times in March

The department is tracking interactions following approval of Operation Stonegarden funding.

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