WASHINGTON - Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeated criticisms of sanctuary cities Tuesday, calling them a threat to U.S. safety that "dangerously undermine" efforts to stop transnational criminal gangs.
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said that apprehensions at the Southwestern border have fallen sharply during his first 90 days in office, but there is still security work to be done in the United States and abroad.
In Arizona, there are 2,166 vacant teacher positions open statewide, according to the Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association.
PHOENIX - When Edward Escobar put in his application to work for Arizona State University in 1993, he was charged with the task of creating a Chicano Studies course, the first of its kind on campus.
WASHINGTON - It's been more than six years since Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed in a shootout with drug smugglers near Rio Rico, and his family was beginning to lose hope that the suspects would be caught.
WASHINGTON - Customs and Border Protection officials are considering ways to waive polygraph exams for some job applicants as the agency works to meet President Donald Trump's push to hire thousands more border agents.
WASHINGTON - Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Tucson, and the Center for Biological Diversity challenged President Donald Trump's proposed border wall on environmental grounds Wednesday, going to court to force the administration to follow environmental protection laws before starting construction.
ELOY – Sandra Ojeda is familiar with search procedures and the visitor registration process at the Eloy Detention Center.
For 25 years, one coalition has worked to unite Latino, Chicano and Hispanic student organizations at Arizona State University.
PHOENIX - When 13 states recently filed a brief in support of President Trump’s travel ban, they used Arizona’s rocky history of immigration enforcement at the core of their legal argument.
PHOENIX- Ntimpa Ngabire Bright cuts a striking figure in slim pants, shiny black lace-up oxford shoes, and a colorful blazer festooned with swirls of red, black and gray.
TUCSON - Wielding paint scrapers and a power washer, Alex Jimenez and Johanna Martinez approached the exterior wall of an ice cream shop in the heat of a late March afternoon, preparing the canvas where they’ll document some of the history of Tucson’s south side.