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Asylum-Seeking Mexican Journalist Freed

Emilio Gutiérrez Soto was detained almost a year by U.S. officials.

Grijalva: 'No Confidence' in Homeland Secretary Nielsen

The Hispanic Caucus met with the Homeland Security secretary regarding separated immigrant families.

14 From Tucson Area Fined for Not Showing Up for Jury Duty

The 14 were fined $300 each after being asked to explain their failure to comply.

Top Judge: Arizona Courts Step Up Efforts Against Sexual Harassment

Arizona's chief justice ordered a set of policies regarding sexual misconduct, also prompting a review of county-level policies.

Ducey: Troopers Must Cite Lawmakers Who Break Traffic Laws

The move comes after a state lawmaker was filmed telling a sheriff's deputy he had been driving 120 mph.

Attorney General Warns of International Dating Scam Targeting Arizonans

Mark Brnovich's staff returned $14,000 wired to likely fraud artists in Ghana.

Marijuana Smugglers Now Facing Border-Crossing Charge in Arizona

The policy shift impacts the hundreds in Southern Arizona arrested each year who smuggle pot instead of of paying to be smuggled themselves.

Suit Paves Way for Arizonans to Text 911

A settlement set up funding for the service, which is expected to benefit the hearing-impaired, among others.

Arizona Lawmaker Apologizes After Video Shows 140 Mph Brag

A sheriff's deputy later said Rep. Paul Mosley claimed to have legislative immunity

Poll: Arizona Voters Oppose ICE Shutdown

Even in heavily Democratic Pima County, less than a quarter of the people questioned agreed with abolishing ICE.

Supreme Court to Open 2018 Term with Arizona Case

Two former Mount Lemmon firefighters claim age discrimination.

Government to Reunite Some Migrant Kids With Parents

The Justice Department said 54 children under the age of 5 — less than half of those identified — will be reunited.

Separated & Reunited on the Border

Also on Arizona Spotlight: An update on the poaching of a male jaguar sighted in the Huachuca Mountains; meet Ciara Peterson, a Tucson girl who is a national champion at using braille.

How Some Pima County Minors End Up In Adult Court

A discussion with the probation director of the Pima County Juvenile Court.

Cochise County's Crackdown on Young Drug Smugglers

The county attorney is prosecuting more minors as adults for smuggling charges.

Arizona's Prisons Boss Found in Contempt Over Inmate Care

The decision stems from state's failure to make improvements promised in 2014.

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