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Hundreds of Tucsonans Gather to Recall Orlando Victims

Clergy, families, others join LGBTQ community to mourn and protest gun violence.

Cochise County Ranchers Use Radios to Get Help on Border

Ranchers in remote areas near the border can now communicate with law enforcement.

Pima County Jail Inmates Go Digital, Get Tablet Computers

Devices can be used for phone calls, games, videos, or revoked for discipline.

Pima County Goal: Reduce Jail Population in 3 Years

MacArthur Foundation grants $1.5M for strategies to keep people out of county jail

Judge: Shooting near Douglas by Border Patrol Justified

19-year-old Carlos LaMadrid was shot in 2011; agents called it accidental.

Arizona Border Sheriffs Say No to Governor's Drug Strike Force

3 of 4 Arizona border sheriffs say they won't participate in strike force

Emergency Responders Practice for 'Very Bad Day' in County

Largest ever multi-agency training exercise involves 30 agencies in metro area.

$1.5M Grant to Help Pima County Reduce Jail Population

County spends $66M a year on jail, aims for 18% fewer inmates through various programs.

TPD Staffing, Budget Cuts Could Affect Investigations

Police Union: No short-term public safety impact expected, recruiting challenges possible.

Union: Border Fence Breach Raises Terrorist Worries

National Border Patrol Council head testifies before Congress.

Report: Border Strike Force Statistics Not Adding Up

Public records released to UA Journalism School news service don't back Gov. Ducey's claims.

Lawmakers, Sheriffs Weigh $30M Border Security Plan

Arizona Week takes a deeper look at Gov. Ducey's Border Strike Force.

Border Security: New Attempt at Building 'Virtual Fence'

Customs and Border Protection scales back previous plan 'plagued with troubles.'

AZ WEEK: Borderlands Stories - Security, Refuge, Agriculture

Guest host Nancy Montoya goes beyond the campaign cries to 'Secure the border'

Will Capture of 'El Chapo' Change Arizona Drug Traffic?

DEA officials say Sinaloa drug cartel responsible for nearly all heroin import from Mexico

No Terror Threat Seen in Tucson, But FBI Is Monitoring

Agency watches those suspected of having been radicalized, asks public's assistance.

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