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JUST IN:  19 Firefighters Perish in Arizona Fighting Wildfires

JUST IN:  19 Firefighters Perish in Arizona Fighting Wildfires

Arizona authorities are reporting that 19 firefighters have died fighting the fast-moving wildfire in central Arizona. continue reading »

More Arizona Residents Registering to Vote Thanks to Supreme Court Ruling

More Arizona Residents Registering to Vote Thanks to Supreme Court Ruling

Motivated by the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision permitting Arizona residents to register to vote without presenting proof of citizenship, local organizations are hitting the streets to register Latino voters. continue reading »

U.S. Assesses Success of Border Security in Arizona

U.S. Assesses Success of Border Security in Arizona

The Arizona border is one of the main immigration corridors and the place where the success of measures taken by the U.S. government to halt the flow of migrants and enhance security is assessed. continue reading »

AZ Proof of Citizenship Requirement Struck down by Supreme Court

AZ Proof of Citizenship Requirement Struck down by Supreme Court

In a vote of 7-2 the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote. continue reading »

Arizona Seeing More Undocumented Central Americans Illegally Crossing Border

Arizona Seeing More Undocumented Central Americans Illegally Crossing Border

Undocumented Central American immigrants, especially Guatemalans, crossing the Arizona border during fiscal year 2013 increased considerably, according to Border Patrol records. continue reading »

Early Morning Release for Mormon Mom Cleared of Drug Charges in Mexico

Early Morning Release for Mormon Mom Cleared of Drug Charges in Mexico

Yanira Maldonado walked out of a Nogales, Mexico prison late Thursday night after Mexican authorities cleared her of drug smuggling charges. continue reading »

Arizona Hispanics Demand Sheriff Joe Arpaio Resign After Racial Profiling

Arizona Hispanics Demand Sheriff Joe Arpaio Resign After Racial Profiling

Activists and members of the Arizona Hispanic community on Tuesday came to the offices of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to call for his resignation after a federal judge determined he discriminated against Hispanics. continue reading »

AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio: GUILTY of Profiling Latinos and Violating Their Civil Rights

AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio: GUILTY of Profiling Latinos and Violating Their Civil Rights

America’s self-titled “Toughest Sheriff” calls its immigration enforcement an Arizona federal judge calls its racial profiling and a violation of Latino’s civil rights. continue reading »

Customs Uncovers Stashed Marijuana Worth $1 Million at Arizona Border

Customs Uncovers Stashed Marijuana Worth $1 Million at Arizona Border

More than one ton of marijuana hidden in a truck entering the United States from Mexico was seized at the port of entry in Nogales, Arizona, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, or CBP, said. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Arizona Woman Tries to Give Away Baby at Convenience Store

LATINO BLOTTER: Arizona Woman Tries to Give Away Baby at Convenience Store

An Arizona woman has been charged with one count of child abuse for attempting to give her baby away. Police arrived at a Phoenix convenience store after Rozenna Luna, continue reading »

3 Mexicans Charged with Human Trafficking, Kidnapping in Phoenix

3 Mexicans Charged with Human Trafficking, Kidnapping in Phoenix

Three Mexican men face federal hostage-taking charges following their arrest Tuesday at a West Valley human smuggling drop house discovered by U.S. Immig continue reading »

Arizona Immigrants Not Giving Up After Court Setback on Licenses

Arizona Immigrants Not Giving Up After Court Setback on Licenses

Young undocumented immigrants in Arizona said Friday that they will fight on in the courts despite a federal judge throwing out their plea to be given the immediate possibility of obtaining driver's licenses. continue reading »

Immigrants Dying on Arizona Border Down 36 Percent Says Border Patrol

Immigrants Dying on Arizona Border Down 36 Percent Says Border Patrol

Deaths of undocumented immigrants in the Arizona desert are down 36 percent in the 2013 fiscal year, the U.S. Border Patrol said. From Oct. 1 through May 1, 64 migrants died while trying to sneak across the border into the United States, down from 101 during the same period of fiscal 2012, according to official figures. continue reading »

Corporations Make Millions by Detaining Undocumented Immigrants

Corporations Make Millions by Detaining Undocumented Immigrants

The detention of undocumented immigrants has become a multimillion dollar business for corporations devoted to the administration of prisons and detention centers in states like Arizona, activists say. continue reading »

Immigrants Represent Integral Part of Arizona Economy

Immigrants Represent Integral Part of Arizona Economy

The state of Arizona would lose $48.8 billion in economic activity and 581,000 jobs if all the undocumented immigrants left the state, according to figures released Thursday. continue reading »