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Henry Koffler, Former UA President, Dies at 95

Austrian-born academic was the first UA alumnus to head the university

Vegetable Harvest Brings Wave of Guest Workers to Arizona

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

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.

CBP Agents at a 'Breaking Point,' Union Official Says

A critical workforce shortage means agents are working longer hours with little relief in sight.

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.

Forum to Explore Challenges, Misconceptions in Refugee Resettlement

Program looks at concerns and issues for newcomers in Pima County.

Operation Stonegarden; Oro Valley Development; DACA Limbo

Also, a new center for LGBTQ youth in Tucson.

Resolution Sought Between Border Patrol and Humanitarian Group

Aid workers say policies allowing volunteers to leave food and water for migrants have changed.

Mexico Launches Ad Campaign to Stop Immigrant Bullying in the US

Consulate reports an increase in people being bullied over immigration status.

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

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

Pima Board Reverses Course, Accepts Operation Stonegarden Funds

The program provides funding to bolster collaboration between local and federal law enforcement.

Lawyer: Courts Make DACA Deadline More 'Soft and Fuzzy'

The Supreme Court could change the DACA debate, but for now the program continues.

Supervisors to Reconsider Federal Law Enforcement Grant

Valadez asks for a vote to re-examine $1.4 million grant the board previously turned down

Look Beyond Words to Facts in Immigration Debate, Lawyer Says

Tucson immigration expert advises a closer look at terms that are politically charged.

Deportation of Man With Son Fighting Cancer Gets Postponed

Jesus Berrones had gone into sanctuary before ICE postponed his deportation for "humanitarian" reasons.

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