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Arizona Republicans move forward controversial immigration bill

Senate Republicans passed a ballot measure that could empower local law enforcement to arrest people who they believe entered the country illegally.

Family of Tohono O'odham man killed by Border Patrol last year files wrongful death suit

Raymond Mattia was killed in the Tohono O’odham community of Menagers Dam the night of May 18, 2023.

As fentanyl seizures increase, Arizona among the worst

A new government-funded study shows that seizures of illicit fentanyl nationwide increased dramatically from 2017 to last year, with Arizona among the top states leading the increase.

US border arrests fall in April, bucking usual spring increase as Mexico steps up enforcement

U.S. officials have largely attributed the decline to more enforcement in Mexico.

Border officials launch cross-border campaign to find wanted individuals

Border officials are teaming with the State of Sonora on a new initiative asking the public for help to catch wanted people associated with transnational criminal organizations.

Ecologists and artists in Nogales to celebrate new jaguar

To celebrate the discovery of a new jaguar roaming the Arizona borderlands, conservationists will host a public discussion in Nogales on Saturday followed by a procession to the border wall to view a wildlife-themed art installation on the wall itself.

Congressman Ciscomani on the border, 1864 abortion ban, effort to oust House speaker

Congressman Juan Ciscomani spoke with AZPM senior reporter Danyelle Khmara on some of the most salient topics of the day

Prosecutors say they will not retry an Arizona rancher accused of murder near the US-Mexico border

The jurors in the trial of George Alan Kelly were unable to reach a unanimous decision on a verdict after more than two days of deliberation.

New report shows that migration worldwide has rebounded since the pandemic

The report says the world is entering an age of disruption for human mobility, with impacts that are hard to predict.

Family of slain migrant still seeks justice after mistrial

The Mexican consul in Nogales says the family of a Mexican man killed on the property of Nogales rancher George Alan Kelly is still hoping for justice, after the case ended in a mistrial.

Judge declares mistrial in case of rancher accused of killing migrant

The judge declared a mistrial yesterday in the murder trial of rancher George Alan Kelly after a jury could not agree on a verdict.

Jury starts deliberation in border rancher murder trial

George Alan Kelly has pled not guilty in the murder of a Mexican citizen.

New data shows families continue crossing the border in large numbers in the Tucson Sector

Tucson Sector continues to have the highest number of migrants crossing, and by far the highest number of families and children, even as the total number of migrant apprehensions at the southern border dropped slightly from the previous month.

Pima County receives nearly $22 million for asylum seekers

Pima County is receiving nearly $22 million in federal funding to continue services to asylum seekers, who come to Tucson and smaller border communities after being released by Border Patrol.

Jury visits a ranch near US-Mexico border where an Arizona man is charged with killing a migrant

The case in Nogales, Arizona, has attracted national attention as border security becomes an increasingly important issue in this year’s presidential contest.

Coronado National Forest launches Cochran Fellowship Program

Cross-border collaborative training in southeastern Arizona

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