Gov. Doug Ducey sent 225 National Guard troops to the border on Monday five days after President Trump’s request.
The Arizona Supreme Court decided on Monday that DACA recipients will no longer receive in-state tuition nearly a year after the Arizona Board of Regents announced it would continue to offer in-state tuition for DACA students.
Arizona Diamondbacks relievers Fernando Salas and Jorge De La Rosa represent the franchise's first pair of Mexican teammates since 2004.
Undocumented LGBTQ protesters clash with Phoenix police at Pride parade, vow to hold own event next year
Leaders of Trans Queer Pueblo said 2018 Pride Festival organizers and Phoenix Police made it clear the group was not welcome. Next year, they’ll launch their own event.
The Department of Homeland Security has expedited construction of the reinforced border wall in New Mexico by waiving 20 environmental laws.
With the Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade now just one day away, organizers and members of Trans Queer Pueblo, a community organization providing political, economic, and social services to undocumented LGBT people of color, have wrapped up a week of action leading up to Sunday’s events.
WASHINGTON - As Arizona prepare s to send 150 National Guardsmen to the border as part of President Donald Trump's plan to support border agencies, government audits of Guard deployments by previous administrations said were inefficient despite some success in slowing border crime.
Gov. Doug Ducey plans to deploy 150 National Guard members to the Mexico-U.S border.
Leaders in the Latino community believe that Arizona can become a swing state if more Latinos get involved in the political process and vote.
WASHINGTON - The secretary of Homeland Security said her agency is working with border governors to send National Guard troops to the southern border as quickly as possible to support Customs and Border Protection, a move welcomed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey.
The White House announced President Trump’s plan to sign a proclamation deploying National Guards troops to the southern border.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's announcement that he plans to send U.S. troops to patrol the border left southern Arizona sheriffs looking for details before committing to the "big step" that Trump said is needed until a border wall can be built.