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Judge permanently blocks Trump move to withhold funds from 'sanctuary cities'

A federal judge has ruled that the Trump administration's order forcing cities to comply with immigration officials or lose funding is “unconstitutional on its face” and blocked the White House from enforcing the policy nationwide. ... Read more»

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Census estimates show sharp drop in Arizona’s population growth

Population growth in Arizona has slowed dramatically since the housing downturn and recession hit, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released Tuesday.... Read more»

Election 2010

Martin, Mills lead Goddard in Az governor's race poll

Terry Goddard trails two potential Republican opponents in a survey of Arizona's gubernatorial race.... Read more»

Border & immigration

Who's in charge of Customs & Border Protection?

When high-ranking officials travel to Mexico on Tuesday to discuss that country's role in combating border violence, one key member of the team will be missing: the commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection... Read more»

Ban on texting while driving passes Az Senate

A ban on texting behind the wheel came a step closer to becoming law Monday when the state Senate approved the bill, sending it over to the House.... Read more»

Border crime

Mexico's drug war spills over border

Lawmakers from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border were in Mexico City last week discussing plans to combat growing border drug violence (Audio report).... Read more»

Health care debate

Giffords office vandalized after health care vote

Hours after a key vote on health care legislation, the Tucson office of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was vandalized.... Read more»4

Arizona health care roll call

Arizona's U.S. House delegation split along party lines on Sunday night's health insurance reform vote.... Read more»

Manuel Ramos-Garate

Man charged with murder, child abuse after baby daughter dies

The father of a baby girl has been charged with first degree murder in her death, said a Tucson police spokeswoman.... Read more»1

Eli R. Kaleak

Pedestrian killed in downtown collision

A pedestrian was killed Saturday when he was struck by a vehicle downtown, said a Tucson police spokeswoman.... Read more»

Health care reform

Giffords will vote for health insurance reform bill

Rep. Gabrielle Giffords will vote for the health insurance reform bill, the congresswoman announced Saturday.... Read more»11


Mexico not living up to water treaty

Steeped in the annals of America's symbiotic relationship with Mexico is the two countries’ long-standing and sometimes tense agreement over an issue more far-reaching than border security and immigration: water.... Read more»

Brewer in 3-way primary poll tie

Governor Jan Brewer is in a three-way tie in the race for the GOP gubernatorial primary, says Rasmussen Reports. Treasurer Dean Martin and political rookie Buz Mills are in the running.... Read more»2

Celania-Fagen leaving TUSD superintendent job

Elizabeth Celania-Fagen is leaving her post as superintendent of TUSD after two years on the job.... Read more»

Live blog

4th Avenue Street Fair reappears this weekend

This Friday at 10 a.m. the 4th Avenue Street fair kicks off for families, spring breakers and downtown denizens. We at the Sentinel are filled with the usual excitement, anticipatory queasiness and parking anxiety as the rest of you, and have decided that this spring's fair merits a liveblog preview. ... Read more»3

59% say build 'virtual fence' on border

Despite this week's halt to funding for the project, 59% of Americans say the government should continue to build a "virtual fence" on the U.S.-Mexico border. 72% say the military should be stationed at the border.... Read more»1

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