For Star subscribers: Customs officers seized more than 2,000 pounds of fentanyl at Arizona ports of entry in November, according to federal data released Dec. 23.
Arizona's secretary of state, attorney general, schools chief and treasurer outline their priorities in inaugural speeches.
Ramon Antonio Monreal-Rodriguez, 36, of Vail admitted to smuggling drugs and accepting bribes.
The agreement comes in the lawsuit the Biden administration had filed earlier this month asking a federal judge to force removal of the hundreds of double-stacked containers.
The number of people coming through Casa Alitas in Tucson has gone up in recent months. It could get much more chaotic after Dec. 21, when a major border policy is set to expire.
Protests have nearly brought Arizona's placement of shipping containers on the border in Cochise County to a standstill.
Authorities said he kidnapped girl as she walked to school in Douglas.
Óscar Andrade, a Pentecostal pastor in Tucson who takes volunteers on grueling desert hikes to find traces of missing migrants for their relatives has found nearly 50 remains since last year.
For Star subscribers: The number of migrants showing up at the entire U.S. border with Mexico continues to break records, as does the number who pass through Pima County needing assistance. Arizona's May numbers were also higher than previous months, though not a record.
The justices said it was "improvident'' for the court to have even entertained Mark Brnovich's bid to restore the Public Charge Rule that would have imposed new hurdles on those seeking permanent legal status.
A “choose-your-own-adventure” theatrical event June 17-18 in Nogales is looking to reshape the narrative of border towns by telling the stories of people who have lived there for generations.
Customs and Border Protection's Tucson Sector will have agents carry a new heat stress kit, to determine whether the effort will be expanded to all sectors across the U.S.-Mexico border.
Authorities said he tried to choke agent with lanyard during struggle near border.
For Star subscribers: It's billed as "a social gathering to bring awareness to the exploitation of trafficked immigrant children." The vigilantes collect phone numbers of migrant kids; some aid workers worry how the info will be used.
No details about what led to the migrant's death have been released.
For Star subscribers: Hundreds of migrants in Nogales, Sonora awaiting a chance to ask for asylum rallied this week against Title 42, a public health policy that has been used keep migrants from being able to ask to stay in the U.S.
Arizona has started paying to bus asylum-seekers from the border to Washington, D.C., even though the U.S. already pays to transport them.
The Cochise County Attorney’s Office says a review of the shooting of a migrant in a remote canyon by a Border Patrol agent in February is justified.
For Star subscribers: Border Patrol personnel will no longer respond to critical incidents for scene processing or evidence collection, according to a memo released Friday.
For Star subscribers: Chris Magnus, Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, says the agency will still have an efficient law to deal with immigration after controversial Title 42 ends.
For Star subscribers: Up to 45,000 children and teens have left the U.S. for Sonora, Mexico, since 2008, according to research from the Seminario Niñez Migrante. Most of them were from Arizona.
March broke records for the number of times officials apprehended migrants crossing the U.S. southern border, heightening the discussion and preparations around the approaching end to Title 42.
A Mexican woman died Monday after getting stuck hanging upside down while attempting to climb over the border wall into Arizona, officials say.
Public discourse about the border is often polarized into right and left political viewpoints, but people who live and work in the border region have perspectives that don’t conform to cookie-cutter stereotypes.
For Star subscribers: Tucson-based Center for Biological Diversity and other groups win settlement that reinforces the U.S. government's obligation to address environmental damage done by the border wall.
Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly say an abrupt end to Title 42 would increase strain on Arizona border communities. Meanwhile, migrants marched this week in Nogales, Sonora, asking for the policy to end.
Casa Mariposa recently received an anonymous $14,000 donation.
Hotel occupancy, one indicator, has improved so much in Tucson that “we're blown away, to be honest,” says the CEO of Visit Tucson.
A man killed by a Border Patrol agent was about to hurl a rock when the agent, fearing for his life, shot him “an unknown number of times,” the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release late Thursday, citing the agent's account.