Bring Rosa Robles Loreto and others out from the 'shadows.'
Accepting the challenge of his daughter and others, former president George W. Bush became the latest famous figure to have ice water dumped on his head to raise money for ALS research. Bush challenged former president Bill Clinton to follow suit.
The political stalemate over the United States’ clearly broken and nonsensical immigration policy in Washington, D.C., has trapped a Tucson family inside the welcoming walls of a south-side church where they have taken sanctuary from a federal deportation order.
Two men are in custody after turning themselves in at the port of entry in Nogales, asking the government to grant them humanitarian parole and to re-open their immigration cases.
Members of the U.S. 1948 Winter Olympic speed skating team limber up during a practice session in preparation for the forthcoming Olympics, Jan. 21, 1948, St. Moritz, Switzerland. Left to right are Art Seaman, of South Minneapolis, Minn., Ken Henry, Chicago, Ill., Richard Solem, of Minn.; So…
A completed drug tunnel was found Tuesday night in the backyard shed of a Nogales house, border officials say.
Even though we make ice in our freezers at home, there is still a demand for blocks and bags of ice that are made in plants in Tucson and around the country. Here, Reddy Ice employees load up pallets of 10 lb. block ice at the Reddy Ice plant in Tucson June 19, 2001. During the summer months…
NOGALES, Ariz. - You can imagine how this story might have ended.
A serious civil-rights crisis is taking place in Tucson under the watch of Police Chief Robert Villaseñor. What will City Manager Richard Miranda, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and the Tucson City Council do to remedy this monumental civil-rights standoff?
Arizona is home to the facility where the largest number of immigration detainees are initially held in the nation, new data show.
A detainee found guilty of felony second-degree robbery and countless convictions for prostitution and solicitation for lewd conduct was among more than 300 people Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in Phoenix released in February as part of a nationwide operation to save money.
More than 60 percent of those released from immigration detention centers in Arizona were classified as non-criminal, officials confirmed Friday.
WASHINGTON — The White House worked Wednesday to distance itself from the recent release of illegal immigrants from federal custody, a move officials at the Department of Homeland Security suggested was necessary given looming budget cuts.
About 300 people have been released from immigration detention centers in Arizona since Thursday, when the federal government started to review each case in anticipation of widespread budget cuts.
WASHINGTON — Concerned about falling short of congressional deportation targets, federal immigration officials last year beefed up efforts to remove thousands more illegal immigrants convicted of crimes.
Lance Robert Fries was arrested by federal agents in a child pornography case after a tip from the community.
Media coverage of a man wanted for questioning in an unsolved case of child pornography led to an arrest in Tucson Friday.
Motorcyclist dies in west-side collision
HELSINKI, Finland — It's five times larger than the Titanic, has
seven "neighborhoods," an ice rink, a golf course and a 750-seat
outdoor amphitheater. The world's largest cruise ship is finally
finished, and Friday it began gliding toward its home port in