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Indian migrants crossing U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona continues to increase

New data show migrant apprehensions at the Southern Arizona border are slightly up in April, right before the end of Title 42, with the number of migrants from India continuing to increase.

Largest gun seizure of 2023 at U.S.-Mexico border in April, new data show

Border officials in Arizona seized more than 19,000 rounds of ammunition headed into Mexico in April, data released Wednesday show

"Home is Somewhere Else" animates the migrant experience.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet AZPM border affairs reporter Danyelle Khmara; and multi-faceted artist Rick Wamer discusses his poetry collection "Long Shadow Days: Grief Walking".

Pima, Tucson near capacity since end of policy to expel migrants

Migrant services have reached a record high since Title 42 ended last Thursday, though whether that will continue isn’t clear.

This tribe’s land was cut in two by US borders. Its fight for access could help dozens of others

The Pascua Yaqui Tribe has drafted regulations in an effort to formalize the border-crossing process for their relatives in Mexico coming to their reservation in Arizona.

Title 42 has ended. Here's what it did, and how US immigration policy is changing

The U.S. is putting new restrictions into place at its southern border to try to to stop migrants from crossing illegally.

Officials prepare for change in border policy

As Title 42 comes to an end, border officials prepare for a possible influx in migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border.

More people crossing border at Cochise County ports

Cross-border traffic rebounded after the pandemic.

Value of trade at Cochise ports drops

More than $1 billion dollars in goods still came across.

Governor Hobbs visits Tucson to share plans for end of Title 42

The press conference took place Tuesday afternoon where she discussed her five point approach to an expected increase in migrants.

US, Mexico agree on tighter immigration policies at border

Homeland Security adviser Liz Sherwood-Randall spent Tuesday meeting with Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

Biden sending 1,500 troops for Mexico border migrant surge

Military personnel will do data entry, warehouse support and other administrative tasks so that U.S. Customs and Border Protection can focus on fieldwork.

Map of border surveillance towers shows growing ‘virtual wall’ along US southern border

Arizona was an early adopter of surveillance towers when the CBP program was launched in the 2000s.

Airplane Crash from 1948 is Revisited and Researched

A professor and author is trying to find the families of all 32 victims.

Sinema, Southern Arizona mayors and county officials discuss impact of immigration on border communities.

The U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee comes weeks before Title 42 expires.

Don't Bring Guns to Mexico

As gun violence and smuggling in Mexico increases so does the number of Americans arrested for trafficking.

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