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Hispanosphere - Orlando SentinelBy JACQUES BILLEAUD and AMANDA LEE MYERS Associated Press Writers PHOENIX (AP) â As the days tick down until the Arizona immigration law takes effect, the state stands as a monument to the anger over illegal immigration that is present in so many...
The Associated PressA county medical examiner says deaths among illegal immigrants crossing the southern Arizona desert from Mexico are soaring so much this month the office is using a refrigerated truck to store some of the bodies. Pima County medical examiner Dr. Bruce...
The Associated PressCODY, Wyo. -- Authorities Tuesday focused on western Montana and southwest Canada in the search for an escaped convict from Arizona and his suspected accomplice who reportedly consider themselves a present-day "Bonnie and Clyde." U.S. marshals said there...
Tags: Crimes, Prisons, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Mesa
Tribune staff reporterIn the breathtakingly beautiful Sonoran desert, the clutter is stunning. Everywhere there are baby bottles and torn women's shoes and ripped backpacks and empty water jugs and crumpled prayer books and dusty heaps of clothes left behind by migrants...
Tribune staff reporterWith a U.S. Border Patrol helicopter whirring above, Margo Cowan stood in a campsite waving the chopper toward a mother and child lost miles back in the thick cactus and dangerous desert terrain. Moments before, she had called the patrol to alert it that...
Tags: Charity, Justice System, Government, Vehicles, Heads of State
Tribune staff reporterOfelia Vicente Ixmai's body was discovered July 22, 2004 in southern Arizona. Her death certificate says she died of hyperthermia, or heat stroke. Any other details about the end of her life are a mystery. Her family here treats the record of her...
Staff WriterEver since he joined the Sacramento Kings as a rookie 12 years ago, there has been no more famous Walt Williams than the Walt "The Wizard" Williams, he of the lanky 6-foot, 8-inch frame and an outside shooting touch that stretches from here to Malta. Yet...
Diana Ross, who served her sentence for an Arizona drunken-driving conviction in Greenwich, Conn., won't have to return to Tucson to spend more time in jail. On Monday, a city judge rescinded his order calling for the 60-year-old singer to return to...
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