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Understanding the Reasons Behind Concertina Wire in Nogales

A discussion with Nogales Patrol Agent in Charge Sabri Dikman.

Reactions to Stepped-Up Border Security in Nogales

Arizona 360 hears from community members and visitors in the city.

Nogales City Leader Reacts to Concertina Wire at Border

Deputy City Manager John Kissinger is also a former Nogales police officer.

Nogales Concertina Wire; Border Wall Fundraising; Immigrant Crime Rates

Plus, hearing from so-called "angel parents," whose children were killed by immigrants in the U.S. illegally.

BP: Apprehensions Down Overall Despite Recent Increase in Families

How the surge in families requesting asylum has strained resources in CBP's El Paso Sector.

Policing a Highway With No Immigration Checkpoint

The sheriff of Cochise County talks Highway 80, which straddles New Mexico and Arizona.

'A Little Bit of Everything' in New Mexico Border Community

Locals in Columbus say the peaceful town is a crossroads for people who find themselves in the Southwest.

Diverging Perspectives at Trump, O'Rourke Events in El Paso

Both the president and the former U.S. representative held events on the same night.

Former Tucson Sector BP Chief Talks Defining Border Security

Victor Manjarrez said he believes the ongoing surge in asylum claims reflects a humanitarian crisis at the border.

El Paso in the Spotlight

The president's SOTU address led many to dispute his claim that a border wall caused violent crime in the city to drop.

Understanding Border States' Reactions to Crisis Rhetoric

Lorraine Rivera interviews Texas-based USA Today reporter Rick Jervis.

Willcox Tourism Impacted by Perceptions About Border Crisis

Alan Baker, with the Willcox Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, says the city often receives calls from wary travelers.

Arizona 360 Border Special: Tucson to El Paso

Setting out to see if the president's description of a crisis at the border is shared by communities in the borderlands.

PCC Aviation Technology Program Could See Major Funding Boost

Aviation technicians are in high demand nationwide.

Oro Valley Police Chief Supports State Ban on Texting While Driving

How the town enforces its own hands-free ordinance.

ERA Odds of Passing Hurt After State Senator Pulls Sponsorship

Analysis from AZPM political correspondent Christopher Conover.

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