• Mexico Nov 10, 2019

    Mormon Families Fleeing Mexico Violence Arrive in Arizona

    An 18-vehicle caravan carrying about 100 members of Mormon families leaving their homes after a violent attack in Mexico arrived in Arizona on Saturday. The families came nearly a week after the attack Monday in which nine women and children were killed by what authorities said were hit men from drug cartels. On Saturday, families went in and out of...

  • attorney May 21, 2019

    Border Agent Facing Criminal Charges Called Migrants ‘Murdering Savages' in Texts

    An Arizona Border Patrol agent, facing criminal charges for hitting a migrant with a truck, sent text messages in which he referred to immigrants as “sh–bags” and “mindless, murdering savages.” The use of such words is commonplace in the Tucson, Arizona, sector, the agent’s attorney said in court documents, although he’s backpedaling from that statement, NBC News reports. Prosecutors obtained...

  • Mexico Feb 8, 2019

    US Officer at Border Shoots Driver Going to Mexico

    A Customs and Border Protection officer shot and wounded a driver who was trying to enter Mexico at a crossing in Arizona, the agency said Friday. The mayor of Nogales, Arizona, told a newspaper Thursday night that the man was killed, but CBP spokeswoman Teresa Small told The Associated Press Friday the man had not died. A CBP statement said...

  • The Arizona Daily Star Jan 27, 2019

    Arizona Man Helps Save Woman's Life With Tune Learned From Watching ‘The Office'

    A classic scene from a decade-old episode of “The Office” helped an Arizona mechanic save an unconscious woman’s life. The Arizona Daily Star reports that 21-year-old Cross Scott found a woman locked in her car this month and broke in, finding she wasn’t breathing. He doesn’t have any emergency training but thought of the show where Steve Carell’s character does...

  • The Arizona Daily Star Jan 26, 2019

    Taking Tune From “The Office,” Man Helps Save Woman's Life

    A man recalls an episode of “The Office” and does CPR to the tune of the Bee Gees’ song “Stayin’ Alive,” saving a woman’s life.

  • Mexico Dec 18, 2018

    Tucson Panel Rejects Request to Remove Pancho Villa Statue

    A statue of Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa will remain in downtown Tucson despite an effort by a conservative watchdog group to remove it. Members of the Public Art and Community Design Committee last week unanimously rejected a removal request by Washington, D.C.-based Judicial Watch, the Arizona Daily Star reported Sunday. The 14-foot (4-meter) bronze statue of Pancho Villa on a...

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