PHOENIX — Saying “dreamers” are here legally, a federal judge late Thursday permanently blocked Arizona from denying them licenses to drive.
Nearly half estimated to be eligible for relief under Obama's executive orders.
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Vehicle carrying illegal immigrants sped away from Border Patrol SUV, authorities said.
Four people still seeking sanctuary, one of them at a Tucson church.
Domestic violence victims here illegally blocked from getting driver's licenses.
Since 2008, Arpaio has raided 83 businesses, leading to more than 700 immigrants facing charges.
Brewer's last-minute attempt to keep dreamers from getting licenses is rejected.
Challengers given until noon to show why he should require AZ to give dreamers licenses.
Appeals court allows a Phoenix restaurant accused of hiring illegal immigrants to challenge legality of search warrants.
Maricopa County sheriff contends allowing illegal immigrants to remain and work in the U.S. is unconstitutional.
The lawsuit was filed before President Obama finished his speech.
ACLU asks Supreme Court to uphold an injunction against denying illegal immigrants bail.
She says 1996 Arizona law takes precedence over Obama administration's federal policy.
Voter-approved measure in 2006 violates constitutional rights, appellate judge says.
Defense attorney plans to appeal judge's ruling.
Incident involved 15-year-old illegal immigrant boy
Councilwoman Romero accuses the police chief of defying council orders.
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