A wildfire that broke out near Prescott, Ariz. on Tuesday morning has forced officials to evacuate people in the area.
The new app is part of the group's latest effort to challenge what's left of Arizona's controversial immigration law.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.
The U.S. Department of Justice has indicated interest in joining negotiations with attorneys on both sides of a racial profiling suit against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his office.
Lawyers for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the plaintiffs who successfully sued his office for discriminating against Latinos will meet with the Judge on Friday.
The effort behind the new sign represents the most public pushback Republican Sen. Jeff Flake has received on the immigration bill he helped to draft.
Immigrants are facing a greater risk of dying as they try to cross into the United States illegally, researchers said Wednesday.
The House appropriations bill for the Department of Homeland Security allocates $39 billion and maintains an immigration enforcement program the Obama administration wants to phase out.
The FBI and several other agencies arrested 29 people for trafficking meth and marijuana on the Yavapai-Apache Nation. It was the biggest drug sweep on the reservation in nearly two decades.
Mineral experts say the land surrounding the Grand Canyon contains some of the richest uranium ore deposits in the country. Countries like India and China are clamoring for the ore, as they expand their nuclear energy industries. Back in March Fronteras brought you a story about uranium mining from the industry’s perspective. But environmentalists and Indian tribes oppose mining near the canyon.
Though an Arizona woman passing through Sonora wound up spending more than a week in a Mexican jail after the military accused her of transporting drugs she says weren't hers, the governor of the Mexican border state says visitors should feel safe visiting his state.
The judge who ruled against Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a racial profiling suit last week also found flaws in a federal immigration enforcement training given to Maricopa County deputies.
The bodies of five people were found Tuesday morning in the southern Arizona desert and are now being investigated as possible homicides.
An Arizona law that criminalizes abortions based on sex or gender preference is the target of a new lawsuit. Civil rights groups say it discriminates against black and Asian women.
A hearing opened Tuesday in a Mexican court in Nogales in the case of an Arizona woman accused of smuggling 13 pounds of marijuana through a Mexican Army checkpoint.