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Park Service Wants Grand Canyon Icon to Reflect Native American Heritage
The agency is proposing transforming the Desert View Watchtower into an inter-tribal heritage site.
Deportation of Man With Son Fighting Cancer Gets Postponed
Jesus Berrones had gone into sanctuary before ICE postponed his deportation for "humanitarian" reasons.
Pew: ICE Arrests Jump by a Third
Arizona's increase wasn't as strong as the national surge.
Increase in Migrants Found Dead Along the US-Mexico Border
The numbers come as border apprehensions drop.
US Trade Deficit With Mexico Increases 10 Percent
Some economists say it may be a sign of consumer confidence; Trump has vowed to reverse it.
Navajo Nation Amber Alert System Goes Live
The mass notification system, in test mode, can reach 11 counties in three states when a child goes missing.
Top U.S. Trade Official Wants Faster NAFTA Talks
In trade, negotiations can take years or even decades, one analyst says.
Refugee Resettlement Number Plunging in Arizona
The state is on track for an 87 percent decrease from two years ago.
Mexico Requests Extradition of Former Chihuahua Governor
Cesar Duarte is wanted on state and federal graft charges.
Audit Shows ICE Isn't Hitting its Mark in Screening for Terrorists
At least one violation of the agency's own process found in every case file examined.
New Travel Warning Puts Mexican States in Most Dangerous Ranking
The new U.S system classified certain states in Mexico with warnings comparable to Iraq and North Korea.
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.
Tougher Federal Rules Create Turmoil for Medical Marijuana Growers
Change to enforcement priorities has created turmoil in the state's $360 million medical pot industry.
Arizona and Sonora Look to Desert to Prepare for Space Missions
Researchers want to team up and return to the Sonoran Desert to mimic conditions on Mars.
Family of 4 Dies in Cabin from Possible Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
The Coconino County Sheriff's Department discovered the family Monday.
Mexico's Sonora Prepares for Seasonal Visitors from the US
State-federal program bolsters safety and travel assistance.
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