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Deportation of Man With Son Fighting Cancer Gets Postponed

Jesus Berrones had gone into sanctuary before ICE postponed his deportation for "humanitarian" reasons.

Pew: ICE Arrests Jump by a Third

Arizona's increase wasn't as strong as the national surge.

Texting While Driving Now A Primary Offense in Tucson

First time fine is $50, doubles for the second ciation.

Union Pres: Exhaustion, Understaffing Persist at Ports of Entry

Routine overtime and transfers take place to staff Arizona ports.

Texting While Driving Could Become Primary Offense in Tucson

City Council will vote to change the rule at a Tuesday meeting.

Audit Shows ICE Isn't Hitting its Mark in Screening for Terrorists

At least one violation of the agency's own process found in every case file examined.

Immigration Court Backlog Surging

Judges say system is broken

Tougher Federal Rules Create Turmoil for Medical Marijuana Growers

Change to enforcement priorities has created turmoil in the state's $360 million medical pot industry.

Family of 4 Dies in Cabin from Possible Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

The Coconino County Sheriff's Department discovered the family Monday.

Report Raises Red Flags Over Treatment of Immigrant Detainees

Families with loved ones at the Eloy Detention Center worry about their safety and health.

Grijalva, Lawmakers Urge Investigation of Sex Assault Claims at Detention Centers

About 2 percent of assault allegations investigated over 2-year period, data show.

New Agreement Between U.S. and Mexico to Fight Transnational Criminal Organizations

U.S. and Mexico forming the largest transnational law enforcement agreement in the world.

Border Arrests Down 24 Percent According To Yearly Report

Customs and Border Protection see increase in child arrests at the border in past year.

Tucson City Council Considers Joining Opioid Lawsuits

City attorney given authorization to explore options and gather data for potential counsel.

Arizona Supreme Court Censures Pima County Justice of the Peace

Paula Aboud stole assessment and answer key, claimed actions were a practical joke.

CBP: Agent Fatally Shot Man In Southern Arizona

The shooting allegedly happened after one of the agents was attacked.

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