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Congress Considers Legislation to Help Tribes Solve Cases of Missing People

Laws under consideration could improve tracking databases and increase funding for services like domestic violence shelters.

Jon Kyl to Leave Senate at the End of the Year

The announcement forces another appointment from Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.

Mexico to Pump $30B Into Central America to Slow Migration

The development plan would benefit Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

Arizona Congressional Members Flake, McSally Say Goodbye

Sen. Jeff Flake and Rep. Martha McSally delivered farewell addresses Thursday.

TPD Chief Magnus Testifies Before Senate Committee

Tucson's police chief talked about community policing near the border.

Incoming Rep Kirkpatrick Promises a 'No' to Trump's Border Wall

The incoming Democrat says she'll oppose any immigration bill that includes a border wall.

US States to Meet at Deadline on Colorado River Drought Plan

Arizona has been the holdout as the clock ticks on striking a deal for a contingency plan.

Report: Impact Of Deportee Reintegration Efforts Is Unclear

Successful reintegration is a key part of a broader goal to cut illegal immigration by improving conditions there.

Understanding the Approach of Mexico's New President

A discussion about early stances on issues of trade and immigration.

Mexico City Swears In its First Elected Female Mayor

Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo is an environmental engineer and former head of a Mexico City borough.

National Forest Offices Closed, Recreation Sites Open on Wednesday

All federal offices will be closed on Dec. 5th for a national day of mourning.

Arizona, Phoenix Leadership to Join Mexican Presidential Inauguration

Delegations from the state and capital are heading to Mexico City for the inauguration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Saturday.

House Passes Bill to Boost Cross-Border Academic Collaboration

The legislation encourages U.S.-Mexico academics and business.

Mexico Requests US Investigation Into Use of Tear Gas at Border

The diplomatic note expressed concerns after U.S. agents launched tear gas at the border in the San Diego-Tijuana region.

Asylum-Seeking Women Targeted by Smugglers

Single women with children are often forced to take in an unkown male to get into the U.S.

Arizona's Future Secretary of State Vows to be Nonpartisan

Democrat Katie Hobbs claimed victory over Republican Steve Gaynor in close race.

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