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Gaming for dollars: ASU esports community expands reach, raises money for charity

TEMPE – ASU Esports Association and other local gamers raise money through gaming to support local hospitals through Extra Life


ASU Esports Call of Duty squad seeks success in first competitive tournament

TEMPE – ASU Esports Call of Duty team is playing in its first competitive tournament.


Despite ICE detainer ruling, business as usual for Arizona sheriffs

WASHINGTON - Two weeks after a federal court halted some detainer requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Arizona law enforcement agencies say they are still doing business with the agency as usual.



Lawmakers, business leaders wary of Trump threat to close Mexico border

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump repeated his threat to deal with a surge of migrants by closing the U.S.- Mexico border, a move that has been called a potential "economic catastrophe" for Arizona, which did $16.7 billion in trade with Mexico in fiscal 2018.


Border communities refine tactics to deal with onslaught of fentanyl overdoses

NOGALES – Law enforcement in border communities are taking a proactive stance against fentanyl overdose deaths through community engagement and naloxone training.


Produce rescue: Nogales group feeds vulnerable communities as it fights food waste

TEMPE – A nonprofit organization in Nogales assists elderly, low-income, undocumented and disabled people in Arizona by giving them affordable fruits and vegetables.


Pentagon more than doubles active-duty troops deployed to border

WASHINGTON - The Defense Department will send an additional 3,750 active-duty troops to the southern border to string razor wire help with surveillance, bringing the number of soldiers supporting Customs and Border Protection officers to 4,350.


Estrada says border wall alone is not the best way to stem drug trafficking

WASHINGTON - Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada said a border wall would do "very little" to stop the flow of drugs, most of which come in to the U.S. through ports of entry, which require more personnel and better technology.


CBP chief looks to expand vehicle-scanning technology at Nogales port

WASHINGTON - "Non-invasive inspection" technology at the port of Nogales - essentially a drive-through X-ray to scan vehicles - has worked so well that the head of Customs and Border Protection said this week he wants to expand its used there on passenger and commercial vehicles..


Facing fear: Silence often hides domestic violence in Hispanic community

De Colores is a Chicanos Por La Causa based shelter that caters to Spanish-speaking victims of domestic violence.


Immigrant and women’s rights activist to be freed on bond from Eloy Detention Center

Immigrant and reproductive rights activist Alejandra Pablos was set to be released through a bond decided by an immigration judge in Eloy.