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A Flagstaff crew has been working the wee hours of the morning in freezing temperatures to make enough snow to open Snowbowl Nov. 28. This will be the Flagstaff ski resort’s second full season with man-made snow. Getting the approval to make snow did not come easy.
There is already confusion circulating as to who can be granted relief under President Barack Obama’s Executive Action, issued last week. An undocumented immigrant in sanctuary in Tucson may not be covered under the new immigration order.
In the latest chapter of the Navajo Nation election saga, a presidential candidate can campaign now that a tribal judge ruled he is qualified.
One of every five people on the Navajo Nation in Arizona is considered food insecure. That means they may not know where their next meal is coming from. A community on the western edge of the reservation has just gotten a grant to help.
A poll released Monday showed Latinos across the United States overwhelmingly support President Barack Obama’s executive action.
Based on a ruling from a federal appeals court, Arizona may have to begin issuing these immigrants driver's licenses within a matter of days.
Immigrants around the region have mixed reactions to the long-awaited executive action on immigration that President Barack Obama announced Thursday.
Mexico has marked the 104th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. This year, the day was transformed into a platform for nationwide protests. Anguish is mounting over the government’s response to the murders of 43 college students in September.
An attorney representing immigrant women and children detained in New Mexico said she got a call alerting her that 24 of her clients would be transferred to Texas the next day.
Spurning furious Republicans, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on "felons, not families."
The Navajo presidential election has been postponed again. And come inauguration day Jan. 13 there won’t be a new president.
The federal government so far has paid more than $225 million to American Indian landowners. And it has restored 375,000 acres to tribal governments.
For the first nomination of his incoming administration, Governor-elect Greg Abbott has tapped Cameron County Judge Carlos Cascos to be the next Texas Secretary of State.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday it will soon close a detention center housing immigrant families in New Mexico.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors denied a request from Ron Barber’s campaign Tuesday to delay the certification of election results.

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