Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador account for more
than four-fifths of the deportees yearly; Traffic offenses on the
rise among deported "criminal" illegal immigrants.
Border fences, roads and lighting are not only expensive to
build, they are costly to repair and maintain.
In his written testimony submitted to a Senate committee,
Cochise County Sheriff
Larry Dever didn't mention anything about his allegation that
Border Patrol agents are
being instructed not to arrest all illegal border crossers to
keep apprehension numbers down.
Cochise County Larry Dever cancels an appearance at a D.C.
border security hearing, leaving the spot to his fellow "border
sheriff," Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu.
Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever has stepped down from a post
representing Arizona sheriffs in a collaborative border security
initiative with federal officials following comments made last week
by a high-ranking government official.
A new report based on U.S. Census data estimates that 100,000
Latinos have left Arizona since the beginning of the year, probably
because of SB 1070. But there are reasons to question the
There's been no shortage of opposition to the buildup of border
fences over the past few years and now there's website devoted to
It's official: the recently-completed fiscal year 2010 set a
record for the number of illegal border crossers recovered in
The Pinal County Sheriff's Office has released an audio
recording of deputy Louie Puroll describing the April 30 shootout
with suspected drug smugglers.
Rev. Robin Hoover, the
founder of Humane
Borders, is headed to Washington D.C. along with other
humanitarian officials to lobby the federal government to do more
to keep illegal immigrants from dying.
The Center for Immigration Studies is set to debut its third
installment of its much-watched "Hidden Cameras on the Arizona
Border" documentary series next week.
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu says he had nothing to do with a
controversial billboard up in Oracle with his name on it.
I've seen a variety of people listed as witnesses in upcoming
immigration and border security related hearings in Senate and
House committees. But I've never seen this name: Stephen Colbert of
Pima Community College will
receive $100,000 from a
federal grant program to expand its citizenship classes for
legal permanent residents.
Mistreatment of Central and South American migrants has long been common in Mexico, as tragically highlighted by last week's discovery of 72 people found dead in Tamaulipas who Mexican authorities believe were killed by drug cartel operatives.
The U.S. State Department renews the travel warning for Mexico due to a shooting in front of an American school in Monterrey. The warning still mentions Nogales.
Here’s the full story behind how the Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office identified Case No. 10-1227 as Manuel Vargas Saldivar, of Honduras, and what led to his death in Arizona’s desert. . . And the full story, which first appeared as a print exclusive in Sunday's paper, is now up online.
A roundup of coverage of Thursday's hearings regarding arguments to block the implementation of Arizona’s controversial immigration enforcement law.
The Department of Homeland Security should use its resources dedicated to stemming illegal immigrant more wisely and measure its initiatives more closely, including the binational Mexican Interior Repatriation Program, found the government’s investigative arm.