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Thousands in Arizona to Participate in Earthquake Drill

Participants in the Great Arizona ShakeOut will learn how to protect themselves in the event of an earthquake.

City Court Receives Grant to Continue Domestic Violence Program

A federal funds will allow the court to continue connecting victims with services.

Dozens Remain Displaced as Tohono O'odham Nation Continues Flood Recovery

Damage assessments continue days after a tropical storm came close to breaching an earthen dam.

Sinaloan Grenade Smuggler Sentenced

It started with Homeland Security Investigations agents watching a sporting goods store in Nogales, Arizona.

Multiple Deaths, Including Undocumented Migrants, in Crash Near Florence

Eight fatalities occurred as the result of a two-vehicle, head-on collision about 60 miles southeast of Phoenix, officials say.

Sadness, Anger On Anniversary Of Mexico City Earthquake

An independent investigation has found many collapsed buildings were violating building code.

US Doubles Tribal Funding to Fight Violence Against Women

On some reservations, Native American women are killed at a rate more than 10 times the national average.

Authorities Unsure What Led ATV to Go Off Arizona Cliff

Search and rescue teams recovered the bodies of four men from the Phoenix area who plunged 400 feet off a cliff.

4 Believed Dead After ATV Plunges off Arizona Cliff, Starting Wildfire

The fire was preventing early efforts to reach the scene, authorities said.

Arizona DPS Director Bashes Nike Campaign with Kaepernick

Col. Frank Milstead used his Twitter account to weigh in on the controversial ad campaign featuring the quarterback.

Shelter Employee Standing Trial Tuesday for Alleged Sexual Abuse of Migrant Boys

Levian Pacheco is at least the third Southwest Key employee to be accused of sec crimes in Arizona since 2015.

Illicit Opioid Seizures Rise as Prescriptions Drop

A discussion with DEA special agent in charge Doug Coleman.

Border Agent's Lawyers Want Manslaughter Trial Moved From Tucson

Lawyers for Lonnie Swartz, who killed a Mexican teen through the border fence, say the jury pool is "poisoned" by influence makers.

State Seeking Fines Against Operator of Shelters for Migrant Kids

Inspections of Southwest Key facilities revealed issues with employee background checks.

Former DEA Agent Pleads Guilty in Firearms Case

Joseph Michael Gill sold two rifles to people police believe were going to use them illegally.

In Mexico, an App to Search for Missing Loved Ones

A Mexico City artist is searching for a way to help mothers in Mexico searching for their children taken by force, turned into criminals or killed.

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