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Colorado City Mayor Joseph Allred repeatedly invoked his Fifth Amendment right to not self-incriminate when questioned by the U.S. Department of Justice lawyers in the civil rights trial against his city. The mayor took the Fifth when asked if he married two underage girls.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association is looking at sensitivity training after an incident this week in Flagstaff, where a referee told a high school girls basketball team of mostly Navajos to take their hair down.
Officials from the United States and Mexico inaugurated a new border crossing in far west Texas on Thursday as part of an ongoing effort to improve aging infrastructure between both countries.
A former chief of police for the twin towns of Colorado City and Hildale on the Arizona-Utah border told a federal jury on Wednesday that he had previously lied under oath due to pressure from the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security says the number of women and children illegally crossing the Southwest border into the United States dropped sharply last month.
As the militant standoff over federal control comes to a head in Oregon, we turn our attention to another federal land dispute. This one in Arizona, where lawmakers have proposed a national monument on land surrounding Grand Canyon National Park. Ranchers are worried about losing their grazing rights.
The Santa Teresa port of entry in southern New Mexico is now open an extra four hours for southbound commercial vehicles. Dell Computer Company, which manufactures its products in Mexico, is footing the bill.
In the past week, the government has called several witnesses who have shed light on their experience in the FLDS church and as residents of the community, known as Short Creek.
An Arizona rancher was reportedly killed in a standoff with Oregon State Police on Tuesday. Eight others who took over a federal building for almost a month are in custody.
Factory workers in the Mexican border city of Juárez are testing the strength of their newly created union in contract negotiations with the American telecommunications firm CommScope.
The security force for the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints used burner phones, four wheelers, radio scramblers and a secret network of safe houses to protect its church leader while he was a fugitive.
Most of the time when we talk about homelessness, big cities come to mind. But about 7 percent of homeless people live in rural areas like Flagstaff, where access to help is much harder to come by.
While the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was on the lam running from child sex abuse charges, the police officers who served his home community of Colorado City, Ariz. and Hildale, Utah wrote letters declaring their love and loyalty for him.
The U.S. Department of Justice is accusing two cities on the Arizona-Utah border of being controlled by the FLDS church and discriminating against church outsiders. But the lawyers defending the cities said the federal government is discriminating against an unpopular religion.
As a federal trial begins in Phoenix that accuses two towns on the Arizona-Utah border of being controlled by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, sisters who say they were victims of the church’s forced marriages have a number of questions.

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