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Tohono O'odham Police Officer Bryan Brown.

A Tohono O'odham Police Department officer died Thursday after a man armed with a broken bottle stole his patrol car and ran the officer down, leading to a chase involving two Border Patrol agents. Read more»

Officer Bryan Brown of the Tohono O'odham Police Department died after he was shot during an altercation Thursday morning near a casino 100 miles west of Tucson, officials said. Read more»

A Border Patrol vehicle near the San Miguel Gate, on the Tohono O'odham Nation.

Video uploaded to Facebook on Thursday allegedly shows a Border Patrol vehicle hitting a Tohono O'odham man on the nation near the village of Topawa. Read more»

Pack horses found carrying more than $123,000 in marijuana and methamphetamine on the Tohono O'odham Nation on Wednesday.

A Tohono O'odham Police officer arrested a man Wednesday afternoon near the village of Santa Rosa, about 63 miles northwest of Tucson, when he discovered him leading two horses carrying burlap sacks stuffed with narcotics worth more than $123,000. Read more»

Tohono O'odham police are investigating a dead body spotted hanging from a tree Wednesday evening by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents near the village of Santa Cruz, about 81 miles southwest of Tucson, authorities said. Read more»

BORSTAR agents carry a wounded Honduran man to a waiting Blackhawk helicopter for transport to a Tucson hospital. The man said he was shot in Mexico, but managed to drag himself beneath the fence southwest of Sells, Arizona.

Suffering from a gunshot wound to his left leg, a Honduran man was airlifted to a Tucson hospital after Border Patrol agents found him near the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday morning southwest of Sells, authorities said. Read more»

A Blackhawk helicopter with Air and Marine Operations, a part of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, hoists an injured Honduran man from a ravine near Baboquivari Peak, approximately 45 miles southwest of Tucson.

A Honduran man was rescued from a steep cliff near Baboquivari Peak on Tuesday by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, backed by a helicopter crew and a paramedic from Arizona Department of Public Safety, authorities said. Read more»