CBP officers, canines had a busy Tuesday stopping drug smuggling attempts at AZ ports of entry

Tuesday, Sept. 18 turned out to be a busy day for U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers and their canines at both the Port of Nogales and the Port of San Luis. According to several recent news releases more than 78 pounds of drugs were seized, worth an estimated $669,500.

  Resettled refugee numbers dropping in Tucson

Several social service agencies in Tucson who assimilate immigrants, say the number being resettled in Tucson has dropped nearly 80 percent.The Lutheran Social Services has resettled as many as 200 immigrants in one year. This year, it will barely top 50.

$2.5M bond for Border Patrol agent in killings of 4 in Texas

10-year veteran of US Border Patrol being held on $2.5 million bond, accused of killing at least four women and injuring a fifth who escaped

Border Patrol agents encounter another large group of immigrants in the desert

Ajo Station Border Patrol agents had 121 immigrants turn themselves in on Saturday, Sept. 8 near the Senita Basin north of Lukeville, about two hours southwest of Tucson.

Mexican prosecutors find 166 skulls in mass graves

Mexican investigators have found 166 skulls in clandestine burial pits in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, one of the biggest mass graves discovered so far in Mexico

Trump administration moves to detain migrant families longer

The Trump administration says it is withdrawing from a court settlement that governs how long and under what conditions immigrant children can be kept locked up

Passport issues: Texas veteran born at home faces citizenship scrutiny

More than two months after Daniel Jimenez applied for a passport, the State Department sent him a letter saying it cannot accept his birth certificate.

BP agents stop human smuggling attempt near Benson on Labor Day

A Sierra Vista woman is now facing human smuggling charges after six people were discovered in her vehicle.

Pima County Board of Supervisors rejects Stonegarden grant

The Pima County Board of Supervisors has rejected a $1.4 million federal grant, claiming it can't justify taking the money under current immigration policies.