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Seventy percent of immigrants who arrived to the United States illegally are not showing up for their appointments with federal authorities. But their attendance rate in court is higher.
The recovery plan involves installing a new ventilation system. It also includes fixing deficiencies in the facility's safety protocols and better job training for on-site staff.
A new White House plan would reportedly allow some Central American children to come to the United States legally with refugee status.
Navajo tribal officials have decided to print ballots even though one presidential candidate may still be kicked out of the race.
Authorities are reopening the national forest in Oak Creek Canyon on Oct. 1. Coconino National Forest officials said they’ve mitigated hazards caused by last spring’s Slide Fire.
The U.S. Interior Secretary visited the Glen Canyon Dam Saturday to celebrate its 50th anniversary. She also had another very important agenda item -- the vulnerability of the Colorado River and its water supply.
The Navajo election may be postponed because of a complaint filed against one of the candidates challenging his fluency.
This month marks the 50th anniversary of Glen Canyon Dam. This dam and others along the Colorado River provide electricity and drinking water to millions of people across the western United States. But like all dams, from its beginning to present day the massive structure has been mired in controversy.
At a community meeting held by the court-appointed monitor in the racial profiling case against the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, it was clear tensions are still running high.
Mexico's constitutional amendment that allows foreign participation in its domestic energy market has resulted in a first-ever partnership between two towns on either side of the U.S.-Mexico border.
The meeting is one of a series ordered by a judge overseeing the racial profiling case against Maricopa County Sheriff's Office. Guadalupe has had a particularly tense history with the Sheriff’s office.
The the new immigrant detention facility will be in Dilley, Texas, 84 miles north of the Mexican border. It will house adults with children who entered the country illegally.
Immigrant detainees in Artesia, New Mexico will now video teleconference with judges in Denver which puts the two parties in the same time zone.
One of the leading contenders in the Navajo presidential election this November might be kicked out of the race later this week.
The Grand Canyon National Park is reducing and postponing several programs at the park in order to pay off a huge debt. All park staff will be affected in one form or another by these cutbacks.

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