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Local migrant shelter reaching capacity after influx of migrants in Tucson

Last year, Casa Alitas received 100 to 175 people a day. Now, they receive 400 to 450 people a day.

Migrant deaths declined as encounters rose

Advocates warn against relaxing.

Tale of two borders

Mexicans not seen at busy Arizona crossings

Tribe: Arizona built border barrier against its wishes

The Cocophah Indian Tribe has a number of concerns.

Kevin Hines shares stories of survival and hope in "Suicide: The Ripple Effect".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Invisible Theatre's "The Lifespan of a Fact" explores where truth begins and ends; and The Migrant Quilt Project commemorates those who have lost their lives trying to cross the U.S. / Mexico border.

Containers are no hindrance for migrants on Arizona border

So far there has been no drop off in the number of people crossing the border.

The Buzz: USMCA turns 2

How are Arizona's importers & exporters doing under the new trade deal?

GSA hosts public meeting expanding Douglas’ Port of Entry

The new port is a project that many has been in the works for years.

Housing options limited for migrants forced to wait in southern Mexico

Sleeping outside for some is seen as better than staying in a shelter.

Ducey orders crews to fill gaps in border wall

State contractors began moving and stacking 60-foot-long, 9-foot-tall shipping containers early Friday.

US to fill border wall gaps at open area near Yuma

Biden had pledged during the campaign to stop all border wall construction

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Where's the new money in the state budget going?

We look at a handful of areas that will see a notable increase in funds this fiscal year

Ducey signs bill directing $335M to build border fence

The fencing legislation does not say where, when or how the barriers and technology will be installed and no planning document was available.

Providing a future for sea turtles in Kino Bay.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A roundtable with Young Muslims about maintaining their faith in a secular culture; and the difficult reality of living with aphasia.

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