"She didn’t care about social justice from a distance. She showed up to do the work where it was needed," Leslie Carlson, a volunteer with the End Streamline Coalition, said of Lois Martin.
The rising deaths is blamed on border security policies that have pushed migrants toward riskier routes into the U.S., this year’s harsh weather and COVID-19-related health restrictions.
The protest near Quitobaquito Springs was the first attempt to physically stop border wall construction in Arizona, and the first time protesters were arrested.
Where sections of the new border wall are in place, wildlife advocates already have seen javelina, bobcats, and other animals spend hours struggling fruitlessly to find a way through the wall.
A storm caused the river to swell to about 10 feet deep this weekend near the U.S.-Mexico border, leaving behind obvious signs of damage on Monday.
During a July 13 stop in Douglas, agents say they found 6 immigrants hidden in an SUV — then they discovered a body bag containing a human corpse.
Monsoon rains can swell the river to depths ranging from 6 feet to 17 feet.
The design for a section of the border wall that will span Southern Arizona’s San Pedro River is coming to light, more than a year after a con…
Sierra Club acknowledged that the wall construction can continue while the Trump administration appeals.
The seizure at the Port of Nogales included 211,000 fentanyl pills, the CBP said.
“We’re taking a look at perhaps does painting the wall provide a prolonged life of the wall,” Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf told reporters during a visit to Tucson.
Drug cartels have infiltrated several online marketplace groups to conduct their business in plain sight, court documents show.
The coronavirus pandemic ended the daily bustle at ports along the Arizona-Mexico border, and apparently some of the cover it provided to drug…
The rising number of coronavirus cases at immigration detention centers has led to protests and lawsuits across the country.
El creciente número de casos de coronavirus en los centros de detención de inmigrantes ha llevado a protestas y demandas en todo el país.
Border Patrol agents tracked down two F-250 pickup trucks bearing logos of the contractor building the border wall that they say were used to smuggle people.
Border agents are fast-tracking migrants back into Mexico out of fear of coronavirus infection.
One contractor is emerging as the clear winner in the multi-billion dollar effort to build a border wall near Tucson.
These projects are in addition to 63 miles of wall being built in Cochise and Pima counties.
Most days a line of families and men who were traveling alone forms outside the port of entry.
Critics of Oprah book club title put new novel on trial.
The cases against volunteers with Tucson-based No More Deaths ended with an acquittal, four overturned convictions and a dismissal requested by prosecutors. There were four civil fines too.
Scott Warren, a teacher with a doctorate in geography and a No More Deaths border aid worker, was among people charged with misdemeanors related to their humanitarian aid efforts along the border.