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Mexico offers legal aid to migrants arrested in Mississippi raids

Mexican citizens who are deported will receive help in obtaining work, health care and schooling, the country's foreign relations secretary said.

TPD chief says sanctuary initiative threatens major investigations

One of the writers of the initiative says interagency cooperation will not be affected.

Mental illness not a factor in mass violence, group says

The mentally ill are far more likely to injure themselves than to harm others, says NAMI of Southern Arizona.

FBI warns of rising prevalence of cybercrimes

Special Agent Michael Foster explains how the agency investigates these crimes and emerging trends.

Head of CBP defends agency's response to migration 'crisis'

Mark Morgan says politicians and the news media are unfairly demonizing border agencies.

Enforcing fire restrictions in Arizona

People caught violating bans on federal lands face steep penalties.

Head of Border Patrol admits to membership in lewd Facebook group

Carla Provost told a committee that she joined the secret group only to search her own name.

Some controversial texts from accused border agent won't be shown to jury

Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen faces felony charges after allegedly ramming a man with his car and then lying about it.

Prosecutors in border agent trial trying to keep some testimony away from jury

They want Bowen to not be able to tell the jury his job is dangerous and that agents risk their lives.

Challenges with stopping the drug trade and treating addiction

A panel discussion with Sonoran Prevention Works and the Pima County Sheriff's Department.

A firsthand look at how the Pima County Sheriff's Department seizes drugs off the streets

Lorraine Rivera rides with the department's Border Interdiction Unit.

Tribes gain direct access to FBI sex offender registry

The U.S. attorney general said access to the FBI database will give tribal officials information to better prevent sex crimes.

Border numbers drop as temperatures rise and Mexico cracks down

The decline in border apprehension numbers comes amid renewed outcry over squalid conditions at facilities holding migrant children

Mexican Federal Police officers upset with new National Guard

Thousands of agents from are taking over their own headquarters while suing the government.

Border Patrol agent with long list of complaints heads to trial in Arizona

Prosecutors said they would introduce evidence Matthew Bowen had injured immigrants in custody on at least four different occasions.

Organizers submit petitions for Tucson 'sanctuary city' initiative

The group says it has more than twice the number of signatures needed to get initiative on city ballot.

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