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In Pima County, local prosecutors took up 85 cases last year that originated with U.S. law enforcement.

  • Max Becherer / Arizona Daily Star
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An abandoned car, which was originally left on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and then pushed to this position on the border fence, s…

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In 1967, Egypt closed the Straits of Tiran to Israeli ships, an action which precipitated war between Israel and its Arab neighbors the follow…

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Better strategies needed to address security, residents and lawmakers said.

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  • By Kendal Blust For the Arizona Daily Star

The Border Patrol has helped identify the bodies of more than 100 migrants since June.

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A news conference Wednesday centered on gunfire incident southwest of Tucson.

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CBP also seeks input on $5-million body- and vehicle-cameras initiative.

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With no government recycling system, they fill the gap.

Individuals who have died attempting to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

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More than 2,500 border-crosser remains have been recovered in this region since 2001.

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  • By Kendal Blust For the Arizona Daily Star

200-foot set-back is used by Border Patrol at Arivaca checkpoint.

Agent knew of threat on Arivaca family before two members were killed in 2009.

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Inspector general's report also finds security lapses at other CPB bases.

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  • By Kendal Blust For The Arizona Daily Star

Hundreds celebrate binational Mass in Douglas-Agua Prieta.

  • Kendal Blust For the Arizona Daily Star

Bishops from both sides of the border highlight unity of the Church.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Former port officer Johnny G. Acosta was sentenced to eight years in prison three months after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to smuggle mari…

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  • By Kendal Blust For the Arizona Daily Star

“The reality is that we’ve become accustomed to a certain amount of vandalism happening every day. But this time it was different.”

  • By Perla Trevizo Arizona Daily Star

Even with growing border frustration, Arivaca residents say they respect each other. 

  • By Perla Trevizo Arizona Daily Star

Even with growing border frustration, Arivaca residents say they respect each other. 

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While apprehensions and marijuana seizures are down, chief says there's still work to be done.