As parents prepare to send their children off to college in the fall, many are concerned about their kids' safety. One in four female college seniors has experienced sexual assault on campus. That’s according to a recent survey by the Association of American Universities.
July 21, 2016
A woman who sued U.S. Customs and Border Protection after being subjected to a series of body cavity searches has reached a settlement with the agency worth nearly half a million dollars.
July 21, 2016
While Mexico has said it would never agree to pay for the border wall proposed by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, analysts say a Mexican company could profit from its construction.
The detention center reopened Tuesday. Arizona had 22 reported cases of measles, all stemming from the facility.
The General Services Administration plans to investigate the drainage tunnel running beneath the downtown Nogales port of entry in early August.
The National Park Service turns 100 in August. The centennial should be an occasion to celebrate, but the milestone comes at a time when parks are understaffed and are struggling with a $12 billion maintenance backlog. So park superintendents are worried about the next century and who’s going to visit and pay to maintain the nation’s crown jewels.
The tree is known in government reports as Cottonwood W. It’s somewhere between 100 and 150 years old— and it's dying.
Federal prosecutors have asked a major Mexican drug trafficker pay a $10 billion fine and serve a life sentence for his crimes.
The Navajo Nation is creating its own Amber Alert plan to respond to kidnappings like the one that resulted in a young girl’s death in May. It would be the first of its kind in the country.
ICE's internal review were released last month.
The Navajo Nation announced Wednesday it has finally hired a police chief. The Navajo Police Department has gone eight years with the top position unfilled.
Health officials say Immigration and Customs Enforcement employees are refusing measles vaccines and workers may be spreading the virus among their own familymembers in Arizona.
New Mexico was one of 16 states that didn't require worker's compensation for farm and ranch laborers. State Supreme Court justices ruled 4-1 that denying those workers such protection was unconstitutional.
It's the first time the agency has released its findings into internal investigations on agents' weapon use.
Pinal County health officials said 40 percent of detention center staff have refused to show they were vaccinated and refused vaccinations for the measles virus.