Petitions against Ildefonso Green invalidated. Organizer plans to try again.
Nearly half estimated to be eligible for relief under Obama's executive orders.
Pasadera Behavioral Health Network hoped to provide adult residential treatment at site.
Four people still seeking sanctuary, one of them at a Tucson church.
Seat left open by the resignation of Mary Soltero.
Luis F. Carrasco / La Estrella de TucsónHerman Lopez, left, is sworn in as a South Tucson council member on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2014.
Volunteers from Mexico, U.S., help patients get prosthetics, rough-terrain wheelchairs.
Council also names an interim city manager and a new police chief.
President Barack Obama recently announced he was expanding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Surge of border crossers prompts country to open office to help them.
Government will help citizens with legal advice, information forums and waiving fees.
Immigration officials will have more discretion. Many cases will be low-priority.
The difference: One is the parent of U.S.-born children.
Regional temperatures expected to increase, experts say.
The Connected Walls project launches Thursday in Tucson.
Those who've taken sanctuary in Arizona churches are also anxious for resolution.
Findings based on 33 interviews with immigrants granted expedited release this summer.
Twice as many marriage licenses for a typical day issued in Pima County.
Mariposa positioned to challenge nation’s busiest truck crossings. Tucson could benefit.
The exhibit includes material from the UA library’s Borderlands collections.
But Pima County medical examiner is still busy trying to identify remains.
St. Francis in the Foothills joins a growing national sanctuary movement.
Still at Tucson church, Rosa Robles Loreto hopes for stay of deportation.
Agency paid $17 million for 41 houses and mobile homes.
The report on Tucson workers was prepared by the University of Arizona.
Rights groups claim the government is deporting those with valid asylum claims.
Salvadoran children in immigration custody must be allowed to meet with lawyers.
Expected bus of immigrant kids from Central America is a no-show.
New immigrant help center site not being disclosed to avoid protests.
Stalled immigration reform has limited opportunities.
Mexican officials deny the allegation.
The shooting occurred on the Tohono O'odham Indian Nation
Government continues to wrestle with influx of children crossing border alone.
A group of 23 youths, ages 12 to 18, spent the week at a National Geographic photo camp in Arivaca, documenting life along the U.S.-Mexico border.
An undocumented immigrant who has been living in sanctuary with his wife and son at Southside Presbyterian Church since May 13 has received a stay in his deportation case.
Gov. Jan Brewer urged President Obama Monday to end the policy that resulted in the release of hundreds of immigrants to bus stations in Tucson and Phoenix last week.
Supporters cheered and took pictures as the group of more than 50 participants in the Migrant Trail Walk filed into Kennedy Park Sunday morning, but the mood among the walkers was somber.
The Department of Homeland Security dropped off close to 200 immigrants — mostly women and children — at the Tucson Greyhound station this week, leaving them to find their own way to cities across the country to report to immigration offices there.
More than 100 people, mostly women and children, were left to their own devices at the Tucson Greyhound station over the last two days after Department of Homeland Security officials released them on their own recognizance.
Tucson attorney Rosemary Marquez was appointed a federal judge for Arizona Thursday, nearly three years after she was nominated for the post.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has riled south-side officials and business owners by recommending that a project to spruce up a dilapidated Latino commercial district be left off the 2015 Pima County bond ballot.
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz might not be fleeing the wars in Central America that led many to the doors of Southside Presbyterian Church more than 30 years ago — but to his family, the situation is no less desperate.
At Arlene Barth's place it's not unusual to see Jacqueline Kennedy sharing a smile with Princess Diana, to spot Shirley Temple watched over by G.I. Joe or to find Barbie at a Blues Brothers concert.
They're definitely an acquired taste.
Eighteen people are facing charges in a multimillion-dollar copper theft ring involving Asarco employees, state law-enforcement officials said Tuesday.
A new documentary premiering today on PBS is one of the latest efforts to shed light on an issue that has claimed the lives of almost 2,000 migrants in the last decade.