Grassroots organization in Nogales, Sonora seeks to empower local community.
Organization highlights impact of being deported without money, identification and other items.
Fidel Diaz, 33, picks out clothes at the Aid Center for Deported Migrants in Nogales, Sonora. He was deported Dec. 8 after serving a one-year sentence for smuggling. He arrived in Nogales without identification cards and other documents he had with him when he was arrested at a Border Patrol…
Sara Camarillos, 41, picks out clothes at the Aid Center for Deported Migrants in Nogales, Sonora. She was deported more than a week ago after being caught by the Tucson sector Border Patrol. Camarillos arrived at the center without her backpack which had her official Mexican identification …
President Barack Obama recently announced he was expanding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Police shouldn't call in most long-term undocumented residents, Steve Kozachik says.
Only 5 percent of nearly 21,000 agents are female.
Man refused to leave Nogales port of entry last May.
With more agents, fewer crossers, agency ramps up efforts to catch scouts.
Drug and human smuggling had forced closures for more than a decade.
Government now considers recent entrants the second-highest priority for deportations.
Frontera de Cristo, a Presbyterian group in Douglas-Agua Prieta, serves immigrants.
Delons Knapp and Carol Olson, from Oro Valley, try to answer a game quiz about Frontera de Cristo during the binational ministry’s 30th anniversary celebration Saturday in Agua Prieta.
Children carried a clothes line with homemade banners with encouraging messages about love and peace during a church service Saturday celebrating the 30th anniversary of Frontera de Cristo, a binational ministry in Douglas and Agua Prieta.
Delons Knapp and Carol Olson, from Oro Valley, try to answer a game quiz about Frontera de Cristo during the binational ministry's 30th anniversary celebration in Agua Prieta.
Miriam Maldonado, with Frontera de Cristo, helps children hold banners containing messages of love and peace that adorn a church service celebrating the 30th anniversary of the binational ministry in Douglas and Agua Prieta.
More than 150 protesters gathered in front of the Tucson Mexican Consulate.
The difference: One is the parent of U.S.-born children.
Judge says agent's concern for his safety outweighed by public's right to know.
José Antonio Elena Rodríguez, 16, was fatally shot in 2012, in Nogales, Son.
U.S. District Judge Raner Collins will hear arguments Thursday.
Issue was allocating resources where needed, not understaffing, Border Patrol says.
Edgar Amaro López was shot in the head.
Edgar Amaro López was shot in the head.
Man shot was armed with gun, said attorney for agent.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at the scene of a agent-involved shooting Friday south of West Valencia Road near Arizona 86.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection units and Drexel Heights Fire District at the scene of a shooting involving a Border Patrol agent on Friday south of Ryan Airfield west of Tucson.
A search continues for additional suspects, federal officials say.
Latinos more likely to face long stops and ID checks, report says.
In stark contrast, most kids five years ago traveled with a parent.
Official with Mexican environmental agency explains why authorities couldn't stop spill and how they'll hold the company accountable.
This was the last week of the Nogales Station Border Patrol community ambassadors program and since we had missed a class when heavy rains were projected due to Hurricane Odile last month, the instructors had to cram a lot into it -- but it was all very interesting.
Border Patrol Agent Henry Lopez shows the truck-mounted camera with long-range thermal imaging sensor systems.
Agent Chris Dudding leans over Ice as Agent Bill Akins watches during the service dog demonstration.
It’s been nearly two years since José Antonio Elena Rodríguez was shot by a Border Patrol agent.
Bacanuchi residents worry they've been forgotten in recovery plan.
More than 60 tons of water delivered in month.
Crops, cattle, jobs all at risk after mining accident in northern Mexico.
But Pima County medical examiner is still busy trying to identify remains.
The Border Patrol recorded that more people got away or turned back in fiscal year 2013 than in 2012.
Vicente Sanz helps the residents of Nogales, Sonora, deal with severe weather.
By Thursday, much of the water had receded from the major roads.
Immigration court system tries to speed up cases of youths and families.
The Nogales Station Border Patrol Ambassador classes started last week, unfortunately I wasn’t able to attend the initial session because I was in New Mexico visiting the detention center in Artesia. During the first class, attendees learned about the agency’s history and immigration law. Th…
The challenges of holding immigrant families in detention are starting to show.
Two Central American women are the first to prevail after court decision.
Investigators suspect the boy was smuggled through the Southern Arizona border.
Jesus Millan-Rodriguez, 31, charged with kidnapping and drug possession related to a Honduran boy being held in a Phoenix apartment.
Frances Salas, 27, charged with kidnapping and drug possession related to a Honduran boy being held in a Phoenix apartment.