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- Migrant smuggling in trailers a booming business in Texas
- Federal border prosecutions rise as Biden admin officials consider ending Title 42
- Mexican man dies in ICE custody in Arizona
- Texas gov empowers state authorities to return migrants to border crossings
- 3 charged with transporting & harboring 86 migrants
- Grijalva urges 'transparency' from CBP after surveillance blimp is lofted over Nogales
- Supreme Court opens Pandora’s box in Borderlands
- Border Patrol blindsides Nogales with 24-hour surveillance blimp
- Gov. Ducey signs $500M border security, Az wall construction bill
- Supreme Court sends Biden admin's push to end 'remain in Mexico' back to Texas judge
- Pima County, Tucson open 'respite centers' for relief from daytime heat
- At least 50 people found dead in abandoned 18-wheeler in San Antonio
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