Arizona 360 has an encore presentation of its border coverage and how the Trump Administration’s policies around immigration have impacted Southern Arizona. Lorraine Rivera travels to Douglas where several miles east of the city construction is underway on a new border wall. She hears from the chiefs of police from Douglas and the neighboring city of Agua Prieta, Sonora about how current border infrastructure affects their communities. She also sits down with the U.S. Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost about her trajectory as the first woman to head the agency and present-day challenges her agency faces. Other discussions include Mexico’s stepped-up role in preventing illegal immigration into the U.S. with the Arizona Republic’s Rafael Carranza, how the Flores Settlement Agreement has withstood multiple legal challenges with the UA College of Law’s Shefali Milczarek-Desai and the therapeutic role art serves at Casa Alitas’ shelter for asylum-seeking families in Tucson.