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Arizona Supreme Court Hears DACA Tuition Case

The case is a challenge to Maricopa Community College's offer of in-state tuition to DACA recipients.

Testing On Border Wall Prototypes Coming to an End

Expected to complete evaluation of prototypes this week.

Hiring Needs Dire, Border Patrol Focuses on Arizona's Appeal

The agency is going to public relations firms to help sell the Southwest to skeptical candidates.

US Tells Employees to Stay Away From Parts of Mexico’s Caribbean Coast

The State Department cited an unspecified security threat for areas of Playa del Carmen.

Vegetable Harvest Brings Wave of Guest Workers to Arizona

Migrant farmworkers on the H-2A visa help complete massive harvest starting in November.

Northern Arizona Leaders to Discuss Hopi Land Swap

The exchange would settle a long-standing federal commitment to the tribe.

Lawyers Working to Free Jailed Mexican Journalist Who Sought Asylum

Emilio Gutierrez fled Mexico after reporting on corruption in the country's military.

Fewer Visitors From Mexico Coming to Arizona

The state's No. 1 source of international tourists has seen a 10 percent drop in visitors in one year.

Audit: ICE Improperly Changed Eloy Deal to Get Detention Facility In Texas

ICE responded to the Inspector General audit by saying it has the unique authority to change agreements.

SCOTUS Reverses Appeals Court Decision on Immigrant Bond Hearings

The decision deals with the right to bond hearings for immigrants undergoing prolonged detainment.

Phoenix DACA Recipient Sees SCOTUS Decision As Partial Victory

The court's decision is a relief to many DACA recipients, though they remain in limbo.

Navajos Settle Voting Rights Lawsuit

Settlement requires accessible polling places and language assistance.

Border Water Summit To Be Held In El Paso

The conference will focus on municipal water issues and technologies, including desalination and the Colorado River.

Arizona, Sonora Organize Cross-Border Business Forum

Mining will be one of 10 industries present at the conference.

Looking North, Looking South: 'Dreamers' Not Waiting on Congress

Frequent bargaining chips in political agendas, many are looking to opportunities elsewhere.

Ducey to Talk NAFTA in International State of State

He'll meet with diplomats from Mexico and Canada at a private event.

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