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Mexican Foreign Minister: Trump Demeans Her People

Challenges politicians to build bridges, not walls, between two countries.

Tohono O'odham Find Common Ground with Border Patrol

Partnership has brought increased security and new technology to the nhation.

The Catedral de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is located in the historic center of downtown Ciudad Juárez.

Ciudad Juárez Residents Seek Consolation from Pope's Visit

City has deep wounds from Mexican Revolution, modern brutal drug war.

Lawmakers, Sheriffs Weigh $30M Border Security Plan

Arizona Week takes a deeper look at Gov. Ducey's Border Strike Force.

The Department of Public Safety released these details on a strike force operation last week in Pinal County.

Legislative Pushback to $30M Border Strike Force Plan

Democrats and some Republicans are said to be resisting the governor’s plan.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

Obama, Rights Group Want Body Cameras on Border Patrol

Groups: Cameras would bring more transparency to disputed cases of rights violations.

Ex-Gov. Castro's Home Will Be UA Border Studies Center

Family donates historic Nogales residence after his death last year.

Mexican Consulate Opens 24/7 Helpline in Tucson

Center for Information and Assistance to Mexicans has dozens of operators.

Border Security: New Attempt at Building 'Virtual Fence'

Customs and Border Protection scales back previous plan 'plagued with troubles.'

AZ WEEK: Borderlands Stories - Security, Refuge, Agriculture

Guest host Nancy Montoya goes beyond the campaign cries to 'Secure the border'

Tucson Church Restarting Sanctuary Movement of 1980s

Tucson church is organizing to give refuge to Central Americans seeking asylum

Will Capture of 'El Chapo' Change Arizona Drug Traffic?

DEA officials say Sinaloa drug cartel responsible for nearly all heroin import from Mexico

New Surge of Central American Immigrants Crossing Border

A rare look inside Casa Alitas, a Tucson safe house for Guatemalans.

A Central American family at the Casa Alitas safe house in December 2015.

Number of Central Americans Crossing Border Rises Anew

December saw largest increase since 2014, Tucson social service group says.

Customs and Border Protection Services Now in Spanish

Agency aims to make it easier for Spanish speakers to inquire, get information.

Border Patrol officials say the warehouse has 40 phones available to the kids.

Central American Immigrant Deportations Planned

Homeland Security says it will begin sending home families not granted asylum.

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