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Indigenous woman arrested for blocking wall construction found not guilty

Amber Ortega's defense argued her actions should be protected by the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

Indigenous woman arrested for blocking wall construction back in court

Amber Ortega is asking a federal judge to reconsider whether she can use a religious freedom law as her defense.

Arizona data shows another deadly year for migrants along the border

More than 220 sets of remains were recovered in counties around the state last year, according to a count by the Arizona advocacy group Humane Borders.

DHS wants public input over border wall remediation

The federal government released an interactive document showing how rugged border wilderness has been impacted by the border wall.

Mexico charges 7 in 'Fast and Furious' weapons trafficking

Federal agents allowed criminals to buy guns with the intention of tracking the weapons. But they lost most of the guns.

Arizona Trail's southernmost point is open again after long border wall closure

After more than a year of closures, it’s opened to hikers again on Dec. 31, 2021.

A record number of migrants died along the U.S.-Mexico border in 2021

The grim milestone comes as border officers continue to use the pandemic-era protocol Title 42, which sends most migrants and asylum seekers quickly back to Mexico.

Some ICE officers will begin wearing body cameras

The first phase of the program will roll out in a handful of U.S. cities.

Biden administration drops out of talks with separated migrant families

Lawyers representing some of those who have been reunited have been in talks for months with the administration.

DHS explores COVID-19 vaccine services at the border

DHS says it’s looking to award a short-term contract to provide vaccine services to non-U.S. citizens at points along the Southwest border.

Yuma mayor: US responding to border, emergency easing

Asylum seekers picked up sooner in Yuma.

Sewage crisis hits Mexico beach community

Sonora's governor promises aid

Senate confirms Tucson police chief to lead Customs and Border Protection

Deputy Chief Chad Kasmar will take the top job at the Tucson Police Department.

Revamped 'Remain in Mexico' policy now includes Haitians

The new policy expands to include countries across entire Western Hemisphere.

Asylum officers union: 'Remain in Mexico' revamp is a 'source of shame'

Union official says reinstating the policy will also strain resources and exacerbate an already years-long backlog for asylum cases.

Biden canceled the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, but an Indigenous protester is still on trial

A trial continues for one Indigenous protester facing federal charges for blocking construction machinery at a wall site in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

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