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Border Patrol Gives Few Details of Agent Shooting

Morning news conference sheds no new light

Tropical Storm Bud Likely to End Area's Dry Streak of 100+ Days

The storm is traveling up the Gulf of California, and outer bands are expected to bring rain in the coming days.

Ryan Paints Rosy Scenario on Immigration; Details to Come

Potential legislation still has to make its way through difficult negotiations between conservatives and moderates.

Arizona Counties Want More Funds for Mexican Wolf Recovery

A counties organization official says federal funding covers a fraction of the actual costs of the program.

Pima County Supervisors OK TUSD Desegregation Tax Plan, Defying Legislature

County plans to leave tax as a part of its primary property tax, bucking recently passed law.

Arizona Democrats Call for Special Legislative Session

Four senators want another look at block grant money and gun laws.

Jeff Sessions Blocks Access to Asylum for Those Fleeing Domestic Violence

The attorney general overruled a 2016 case, saying people must also prove the government did not or could not protect them.

Tucsonans Look to Bar Ann Kirkpatrick From Primary Election

A legal challenge claims the 2nd Congressional District candidate lives in Phoenix, not Tucson.

Border Patrol: Agent Wounded in Shooting Near Arivaca

Rancher Jim Chilton says it happened on his cattle ranch in an area frequently used by smugglers.

Navajo Code Talker Samuel Tom Holiday Dies at Age 94

Holiday will be buried on the Navajo Reservation in Kayenta.

CBP Spending Millions to Keep Applicants Interested in Border Jobs

Following application, the hiring process is long and rigorous.

O'odham Governor: Cartels Pushing Out Nation's Members in Mexico

Some communities on the Mexican side of the border no longer have Tohono O'odham, says Jose Garcia.

State Launches Dust Storm Safety Campaign

The campaign asks drivers to "pull aside, stay alive."

City Distributing Sandbags as Monsoon Approaches

Tucson is also prepping barricades for streets prone to flash flooding.

Arizona Expands Electronic Search-Warrant System for DUI Cases

The system, which sends warrant requests electronically to judges, will be available to all law enforcement in the state.

Mexico's Retaliation for US Tariffs Hits Southern-Style Whiskey

The iconic American spirit's price might go up as a result of trade back-and-forth between Mexico and the U.S.

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