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US consul general discusses Americans’ safety in Sonora

Lorraine Rivera's exclusive interview with U.S. Consul General Virginia Staab.

Tribal officials press for more, and more predictable, federal funding

Most who spoke to the appropriations subcommittee were thankful for federal help, but also forceful about federal shortcomings.

Defense tries to move more money for border wall construction

The move has some in Congress calling constitutional foul.

Arizona officials keep an eye out, as Defense budget again targets A-10

The fighter jets have been a mainstay at Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

Commission head hopes to bring peace to families of missing people in Sonora

The commission aims to aid groups searching for missing loved ones and to ensure identification of remains.

DOJ sanctuary city crackdown won't impact Arizona cities, US attorney's office says

The state doesn't have sanctuary cities or policies that fit that definition, an assistant U.S. attorney in Arizona said.

Tohono O'odham Nation denounces border wall construction and blasting of cultural sites

The blasting project reportedly went through Monument Hill, an Indigenous burial site on ancestral Tohono O'odham land.

Ducey funding plan for low-performing schools gets first legislative approval

Project Rocket determines per-pupil funding at schools given lower grades by the Education Department.

Arizona House votes to let landowners build border walls with no permits

Private landowners wouldn't need to ask the city or county for a permit under the legislation, which is heading to the Arizona Senate.

Arizona's senators split vote on Trump acquittal

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema and Republican Martha McSally voted along party lines.

Arizona Education Department release unwittingly reveals student data

The release revealed personal info of ESA students, but also drew attention to some account balances raising eyebrows among critics of the program.

Supreme Court says ‘public charge’ rule can take effect — for now

The policy will require migrants to demonstrate that they will not need public assistance before they can gain admission to the U.S.

Arizona Senate committee advances bill to bolster firefighter cancer claims

The unanimously passed bill targets a loophole some firefighters say is used to deny cancer compensation claims.

Gov. Ducey on his 2020 priorities

His one-on-one interview with Arizona 360 host Lorraine Rivera.

Worker morale at Homeland Security climbs, but not everywhere

A nonprofit found falling worker satisfaction in sub-agencies that deal with immigration.

Amid impeachment din, Senate approves USMCA by wide margin

Both of Arizona's senators supported the revised North American trade deal.

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