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Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday called on four social media giants to stop allowing posts on their sites that entice people to pick up undocumented migrants at the border and ferry them to their destinations in exchange for cash.

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SIERRA VISTA — The death of an undocumented migrant from Mexico at the hands of a Border Patrol agent near Douglas occurred almost three months ago, but still no determination has been made by county officials on whether the shooting was justified.

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BISBEE — The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office will receive a total of $446,552 from two Operation Stonegarden grants which allow for the continuation of assistance to the U.S. Border Patrol in apprehending drug and human smugglers.

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COCHISE COUNTY — Ukrainians fleeing the ravages of war in their homeland have started seeking asylum in the United States through the Douglas Port of Entry, an advocate for migrants said this week.

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BISBEE — An agreement to begin remediations of the border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border has been reached between three environmental groups and various federal government agencies, resulting in addressing environmental impacts of construction and $800,000 earmarked for a study.

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COCHISE COUNTY — A newly-formed task force focused on putting an end to load car drivers who are blowing through Cochise County daily attempting to spirit undocumented migrants to Tucson or Phoenix is starting to expand its emphasis to target the source of the drivers being recruited— social media.

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Located a little over a mile from the Mexican border, the Douglas campus of Cochise College has become a way station of sorts for undocumented migrants who successfully slip into the country illegally.

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SONOITA — Winery owners and business people whose industries depend on trade with Mexico at the Port of Nogales met with state Sen. Kyrsten Sinema to express their concerns and ask the Tucson native for help navigating the challenges presented by local, state and federal officials.

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BISBEE — Four grants from the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs awarded to the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office totaling $14.9 million will be used to recover county costs incurred while aiding in border security.

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PHOENIX — The actions of drug cartels and smugglers on the border constitute an “invasion’’ that allows Gov. Doug Ducey to use the National Guard to “engage in war,’’ according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

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HUACHUCA CITY — State Route 90 only runs about 2 miles through the heart of this town, but it’s just enough to keep Police Chief Jim Thies on high alert when it comes to drivers who have been paid top dollar to transport illegal migrants through Cochise County.

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BISBEE — The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office will receive a total of $446,552 from two Operation Stonegarden grants which allow for the continuation of assistance to the U.S. Border Patrol in apprehending drug and human smugglers.

  • Updated

COCHISE COUNTY — Ukrainians fleeing the ravages of war in their homeland have started seeking asylum in the United States through the Douglas Port of Entry, an advocate for migrants said this week.

  • Updated

BISBEE — An agreement to begin remediations of the border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border has been reached between three environmental groups and various federal government agencies, resulting in addressing environmental impacts of construction and $800,000 earmarked for a study.

  • Updated

COCHISE COUNTY — A newly-formed task force focused on putting an end to load car drivers who are blowing through Cochise County daily attempting to spirit undocumented migrants to Tucson or Phoenix is starting to expand its emphasis to target the source of the drivers being recruited— social media.

  • Updated

Located a little over a mile from the Mexican border, the Douglas campus of Cochise College has become a way station of sorts for undocumented migrants who successfully slip into the country illegally.

  • Updated

SONOITA — Winery owners and business people whose industries depend on trade with Mexico at the Port of Nogales met with state Sen. Kyrsten Sinema to express their concerns and ask the Tucson native for help navigating the challenges presented by local, state and federal officials.

  • Updated

BISBEE — Four grants from the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs awarded to the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office totaling $14.9 million will be used to recover county costs incurred while aiding in border security.

  • Updated

PHOENIX — The actions of drug cartels and smugglers on the border constitute an “invasion’’ that allows Gov. Doug Ducey to use the National Guard to “engage in war,’’ according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

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HUACHUCA CITY — State Route 90 only runs about 2 miles through the heart of this town, but it’s just enough to keep Police Chief Jim Thies on high alert when it comes to drivers who have been paid top dollar to transport illegal migrants through Cochise County.