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Tucson Church Shelters Central American Asylum Seekers

Plus, Tucson works with businesses; what local governments want from state lawmakers.

Tucson Church Opens Doors to Refugees Fleeing Violence

Church basement converted into living quarters for 50 Central American women, children.

As Shoppers Dwindle, Korean Merchants Depart Nogales

There were once more than 150 Korean families; now less than 40 remain.

Mexico Proposes Legislation To Counter Border Wall Expansion

Bill would lead to review of fundamental treaties between the countries.

US-Mexico Study of San Pedro River a Binational First

The San Pedro River Aquifer provides water to people on both sides of the border.

Nogales Food Bank Gleans Mexican Produce

Anyone can buy 60 pounds for $10 in Tucson, elsewhere.

Year-End: Trump's 'Build a Wall' Top Border Story in Arizona

Immigrant rights groups mobilize after election; surge of Central Americans.

Assaults Against US Border Officers Rise Threefold

159 in October and November this year, compared with 51 a year ago.

Tucson 'Immigrant Friendly,' But Not 'Sanctuary,' Mayor Says

City Council votes 7-0 to reaffirm city's status, offers forum for where people can get help.

Storm Drain Under Port of Entry in Nogales Needs $10 Million Fix

City officials fear the 650-foot tunnel could collapse in the next few years.

Celebrating Lalo Guerrero

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US, Mexico Start Jointly Inspecting Southbound Trucks

Already in place for northbound traffic, it speeds cargo at the border.

Lower Mexican Peso Sends US Deal-Seekers Over the Border

At 20 to 1, shoppers are getting more bang for their buck.

Can Trump Keep Promise to Deport Criminal Migrants?

Some possible scenarios regarding the infrastructure and execution.

Border Rights Group: Apprehension Methods Contribute to Migrant Deaths

The first of three investigative reports released by No More Deaths.

Jaguar Photographed in Huachuca Mountains, a First

Preliminary indications are that the animal has not been spotted before.

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