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Mexican Elections Sunday, With Implications for US

Unmotivated public, corruption allegations and violence on voters' minds for midterms.

The border wall between Mexico and Arizona runs through rolling desert hills, separating a bustling Mexican city from the Arizona desert.

Ducey Names Director of Arizona-Mexico Commission

Former UA Assistant VP Kim Sabow will head nonprofit trade group.

The U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Arizona Law Denying Bail to Some Immigrants Rejected

US Supreme Court declines to hear Maricopa County appeal to keep voter-approved measure.

Protesters at the Arivaca Border Patrol checkpoint, May 27, 2015.

Demonstrators Protest Arivaca Border Patrol Checkpoint

Inland traffic stops lead to profiling, deaths, they say; Patrol chief says they provide security.

Rosa Robles Loreto

Woman in Sanctuary at Tucson Church for 9 Months

Immigrant sought refuge to avoid deportation, says she will stay until her case is closed.

Nicoll Hernandez Polanco

Transgender Guatemalan Woman Granted Asylum

Nicol Hernandez-Polanco says she is looking forward to working in Tucson.

Business Report: The Local Role of the Export-Import Bank

Who helps facilitate international trade?

U.S. Rep. Raúl Grijalva during an interview December 2014 for Metro Week.

Grijalva Asks DHS to Explain Detention, Deportation Policies

40 members of Congress write to federal government with list of questions, recommendations.

Oral Arguments Set for Case Involving Fatal Border Patrol Shooting

Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez died in Nogales, Sonora, in 2012 with multiple gunshot wounds.

The international border fence in the Arizona desert.

Southern Arizona Residents Will Advise Homeland Security

Two Tucson-area people named to a group advising the Secretary of Homeland Security

22-year-old Ana Rodriguez asked the Arizona Board of Regents to grant in-state tuition to DACA recipients like herself.

More Than 20,000 'Dreamers' in Arizona Deemed Eligible for In-State Tuition

Policy reversal will cut the cost of studying by about two-thirds.

Hundreds supported in-state tuition for students who receive Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival status.

'Dreamers' to Get In-State Tuition at State Universities

Board of Regents decides immigrants with deferred deportation status will pay lower rate.

Border wall in Arizona separating the United States and Mexico.

Senate Committee Wants Border Patrol Access Expanded

Agency would no longer need permits to reach wildlife refuges, parks and military property.

Raul H. Castro, Arizona governor from 1975 to 1977.

Bill Would Rename Douglas Port of Entry For Late Gov. Raúl Castro

The U.S. House voted to name the port after Arizona's first and only Hispanic governor

Border wall in Arizona separating the United States and Mexico.

DHS: Border Apprehensions Drop In 2015

Fewer apprehensions so far this year than in 2013 or 2012, Secretary Johnson says

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio: Lawyer Hired Private Eye to Probe Judge in Sheriff's Case

Revelation comes at hearing on charge lawman violated same judge's order against racial profiling.

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