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ADOT: Work Authorization Card Means Eligibility for Driver's License

The revision comes as the result of the settlement of a federal lawsuit.

Workers at Mexico Border Shelters Worry About Rising Illness Among Migrants

Families arriving at the border may have to survive on the streets as they wait to get a chance to apply for asylum.

Budget Plan Includes Funding for Nogales Cold Inspection Facility

The facility could extend the produce import season into the summer months.

Nearly 400 Migrants Detained Near Yuma

The group is said to have crossed through tunnels under a stretch of border fence.

Border Aid Group Volunteers Found Guilty on Misdemeanor Charges

The charges stem from the No More Deaths volunteers leaving food and water in the desert.

Rep Kirkpatrick Wants to Help 'Dreamers' Work for Congress

The Arizona representative's first bill would allow DACA recipients to work on Capitol Hill.

Tohono O'odham Officials Argue Against Border Wall

Tribal leaders traveled to Washington, D.C. to make their case before a committee.

Becoming a Goat?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Trials begin for "No More Deaths" volunteers; How photographing Bears Ears National Monument became a passion for a retired astronomer; and remembering when Martin Luther King, Jr. visited Tucson.

Border Patrol Tucson Chief Heading to Texas

Rodolfo "Rudy" Karisch has overseen Tucson operations since 2017.

How Cartel Crime Affects Tucson

TPD Chief Chris Magnus says trafficked drugs pose the biggest threat.

Government Shutdown Adds to Immigration Court Backlog

A discussion with Arizona Republic reporter Daniel González.

How Gov't Shutdown Over Border Security Impacts Arizona

Approximately 10,000 federal employees in Arizona are either furloughed or working without pay.

Yuma Sector Sees Influx in Families Crossing Illegally

We also hear from asylum seekers camped outside the port of entry in San Luis, Mexico.

Asylum Seekers; Government Shutdown Impact; Cartel Crime Near the Border

Arizona 360 encounters a group of asylum seekers crossing illegally as well as those waiting to make their case at a port of entry.

Nogales Resident Says Politicians Don't Know What Border Life is Like

Salvador Martinez has lived in Nogales, Arizona, for 60 years and says he feels safe.

Exploring "Zero Hour", and the Rebellion of Zero Mostel

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A family separated for 6 years by the U.S. / Mexico border; Gary Paul Nabhan on "Food from the Radical Center"; and the Zoppè Family Circus legacy.

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