More Border Civil Rights Stories

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades - Now Revealed in Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Should honorably discharged veterans be able to get their citizenship and military benefits restored after trouble with the law? And, a local artist's adventures canoeing with alligators in a Florida river.

Arizona Trend: Seniors Becoming Senior Citizens

87-year-old Nogales woman helps others with paperwork, study.

Rare Meeting Between Tucson Rights Groups, Border Patrol

Interim Border Patrol Sector Chief seeks common ground, promises more meetings.

Immigration Courts Drowning in Deportation Cases

10,000 immigration cases backlogged in Arizona, 500,000 nationwide.

Mexican Consulates Offer Free Legal Help to Their Citizens in US

Many Mexicans in country legally fear deportation and other problems.

Lawyers Help Immigrants Facing Deportation

Only U.S. citizens have a right to free legal representation at public expense.

Border Patrol Names New Boss, Former FBI Agent Mark Morgan

New commander is an outsider; human rights activists claim a victory.

Thousands of Children Seek Asylum, Many Without Lawyers

10,000 Central American children facing 'removal' went to court without lawyers.

Immigrant Advocates Want End to Operation Streamline

Protesters say record shows it doesn't work; McCain, Flake want it expanded.

Ducey's Drug Strike Force Poses Unanswered Questions

DPS commander says force is a plan in search of resources; one officer assigned so far.

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