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Two Army Corps of Engineers officers look down the U.S.-Mexico border near Lukeville. President Donald Trump said Thursday, during a visit to the wall in Yuma that the 300th mile of wall would be completed soon.

President Donald Trump was in Yuma Tuesday for the second time in as many months to inspect construction of the border wall that he said has “closed up the border,” reducing the flow of drugs and migrants. Read more»

A Border Patrol agent in the desert near Arivaca, Ariz.

A 33-year-old Mexican woman died in a hospital in southern Arizona Saturday morning after sustaining injuries near Tubac, Ariz., two weeks ago. Read more»

A federal judge ruled last month that Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s policy of issuing 'detainers' – requests for local police agencies to hold people on suspicion of immigration violations – based solely on information from a federal database was unconstitutional.

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. Read more»

A Phoenix man will face trial in federal court in Tucson for attempting to smuggle thousands of rounds and parts for machine guns into Mexico; a scheme that was uncovered when the ammo, stashed in the engine compartment, began to cook off, igniting his vehicle. Read more»