Readers discuss preliminary research reporting, TUSD desegregation order, Constitution Week, Operation Streamline.
Letters on McCain and refugee photo, downtown safety, Oro Valley leadership.
The protestors had chained themselves to the parking lot entrance at the Evo A. DeConcini Federal Courthouse and blocked buses transporting detainees.
McCain, Flake should stop championing Operation Streamline, expensive program with negative impact.
U.S. Office of Inspector General wants more complete Border Patrol data.
OIG recommends measuring effectiveness and cost of prosecution program.
Views on Operation Streamline protests, campus cult churches, Common Core testing.
The defendants were arrested in 2013 while protesting Operation Streamline.
Readers express views on Jon McLane, Broadway widening, streetcar, immigration activists trial.
Group was protesting Operation Streamline.
Case will highlight stories of those facing Streamline’s brand of everyday violence.
Federal deportation program left Norlan Flores with a criminal record.
Defense attorney plans to appeal judge's ruling.
Six people who chained themselves to the fence of the federal courthouse in Tucson in an effort to shut down a deportation process known as Operation Streamline for a day face misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and failure to follow the direction of federal police officers.
After a packed two-day schedule, members of an advisory board for border issues left Tucson with a lot of ideas for economic development and the role the Mexican Consulate can play in a community.
Activists who stymied a day’s immigration proceedings in Tucson earlier this month by chaining themselves to a detainee transport bus have announced the first step in their legal defense: a pair of hotline numbers.
PHOENIX — A federal appeals court has rejected a procedure used by some judges in Arizona to process groups of people charged with entering the country illegally.
Courts in the Southwest are pushed to their limits to handle all the immigration cases that come their way now — and that could get a lot worse with plans to add Border Patrol agents as part of immigration reform.