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People or Barriers? Border Agents Diverge Over Where to Put Resources

One side wants money to fill openings; the other says more fences are needed.

Salvadorans In Arizona To Lose Temporary Protected Status

One group estimates about 1,000 Salvadorans in Arizona have the status; some fear the possibility of violence if they return.

Tucson Author Hopes to Impact Immigration Debate With Book

Denise Holley focuses on the story of Rosa Robles Loreto, who spurred the "We stand with Rosa" movement.

Immigration Court Backlog Surging

Judges say system is broken

Survey: Nearly 70% of Arizonans Say 'No' to a Border Wall

A statewide survey by the North American Research Partnership found support for NAFTA.

2017: The Border in Review

Border apprehensions the lowest they've been in 17 years.

Arizona Sen. Flake Promised Chance To Bring DACA Bill To Senate Floor

Congress has 75 days to enact permanent protections for 'Dreamers.'

Report Raises Red Flags Over Treatment of Immigrant Detainees

Families with loved ones at the Eloy Detention Center worry about their safety and health.

Grijalva, Lawmakers Urge Investigation of Sex Assault Claims at Detention Centers

About 2 percent of assault allegations investigated over 2-year period, data show.

The Biggest Higher Education Stories of 2017 - And What to Watch for in 2018

New Leadership at the University of Arizona and In-State Tuition for DACA Students.

Surge In Arizona Part Of National Wave Of Citizenship Applications

The U.S. government gets a flood of citizenship applications in the months before a presidential election, and activists said the 2016 spike has carried over into this year.

Episode 345: The News That Impacted Arizonans in 2017

A look back at what we covered and what it will mean in 2018.

Older Dreamers: "We are invested in the U.S."

Older DACA recipients say deportation may cost them their children.

Border Arrests Down 24 Percent According To Yearly Report

Customs and Border Protection see increase in child arrests at the border in past year.

Race To Pass Budget Puts DACA Recipients' Lives On Hold

Party-line agendas are complicating efforts to meet the deadline at the end of this week.

CBP: Agent Fatally Shot Man In Southern Arizona

The shooting allegedly happened after one of the agents was attacked.

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