Tamara Khachatryan had pulled her then-4-year-old daughter out of school in Syria by March 2012. Life in their war-torn country was too dangerous.
Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake might have won some additional support from fellow Republicans for the immigration reform bill, but in the process they lost immigrant-advocate groups that say they can't stand behind the "border surge" amendment approved Monday.
Graffiti - a common sign of a blighted neighborhood, covers the sign for Menny's Tire Shop at 4920 S. 12th Ave. Businesspeople and community leaders want to wipe out graffiti and other signs of urban decay on South 12th Avenue.
Benjamín Galaz, left, owner of BK Carne Asada & Hot Dogs, and Rogelio Dávalos, another businessman, outside the BK eatery, which has helped popularize Sonoran-style hot dogs. It's at 5118 S. 12th Ave.
A Sun Tran bus glides past a section of badly buckled sidewalk at the southeast corner of 12th Avenue and Virginia Street.
Graffiti and broken windows mar the front of a closed location of El Guero Canelo restaurant, which has since grown into a small chain of Mexican eateries.
With its corn-on-the-cob street vendors, sizzling Sonoran hot dog stands, Mexican meat markets and bakeries, 12th Avenue is Tucson's quintessential Latino immigrant business enclave.
Immigrants will soon have a one-stop shop to get in touch with city services.
NOGALES, Ariz. — More technology and better coordination among agencies might be what it takes to secure the U.S.-Mexico border enough to offer a path to citizenship to the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the country, a group of senators said.
Tucson police on Wednesday released an updated photograph of a
suspect in the shooting death of a 40-year-old man at his
south-side home, police said.
Hundreds of people gathered Saturday night inside the ballroom
at the Tucson Jewish Community Center to celebrate, learn and eat
different foods presented by five women for the Ethnic Flavors of
SAN DIEGO—Si las proyecciones de la Oficina de Censos son
correctas, hay unos 47 millones de latinos en Estados Unidos que
representan alrededor de un 15 por ciento de la población
A few weeks ago the following press release from the National
Association of Hispanic Journalists was roundly ignored from sea to
shining sea: "NAHJ Urges News Media to Stop Using the Term
'Illegals' When Covering Immigration."