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WASHINGTON — A group of House Republicans say Border Patrol agents should be granted direct control over U.S. borders, even on federal lands managed by other agencies.
Southern Arizona ranchers say families are being terrorized by smugglers on the border and more cell phone towers could be the difference between life and death.
SIERRA VISTA — After one of their own was killed while riding the range, many ranchers in southeastern Arizona say they will be more cautious.
A law enforcement official said Monday a man suspected of fatally shooting a cattle rancher near the Arizona-Mexico border was a Mexican who was recently in the United States.
TUCSON – Despite improvements in security along the border, rising violence on the Mexican side calls for even stronger measures, U.S. Sen. John McCain said Thursday.
DOUGLAS — Touring an area where a rancher was killed, a crime investigators suspect was committed by someone in the country illegally, Gov. Jan Brewer and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson called Wednesday for the Obama administration to do more to secure the border.
April 25, 2005
LA MESA, N.M. — Rancher Chip Johns calls a spacious, hacienda-style house in southwestern Dona Ana County home. He's lived there about 25 years, ever since selling the food processing plant he used to own in Santa Teresa and jumping into the ranching business.
The recent murder of a Cochise County rancher may provide the best chance in years to get the federal government to provide additional border security, the county sheriff said Monday.
The nation's border czar told city officials Thursday that their concerns about security and violence are overblown.
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas is quitting to run for attorney general.
The March 27th murder of Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz has renewed calls for increased efforts to secure the border and stop illegal aliens from coming into Arizona.
As the days tick down until the Arizona immigration law takes effect, the state stands as a monument to the anger over illegal immigration that is present in so many places.
Arizona should see its first National Guard soldiers next month.
Two federal court hearings in Phoenix ended Thursday without a ruling on whether the state's new immigration law should take effect amid a flurry of legal challenges against the crackdown.
The Obama administration is going to put 1,200 National Guard troops along the U.S. border with Mexico.
Once, the barren mesas and shrub-covered canyons that extend east of the Pacific Ocean held the most popular routes for illegal immigrants heading into the U.S. Dozens at a time sprinted to waiting cars or a trolley stop in San Diego, passing border agents who were too busy herding others to give pause.