Republican state Senator Kate Brophy McGee said she is leading an effort by some state lawmakers to learn more about the unaccompanied minors being housed in facilities in Phoenix and Tucson.

Lou Gum

As the federal government struggles to meet a court-imposed deadline to reunite families separated at the border, the well-being of the young children being kept in facilities in Arizona and neighboring states must be considered, state Representative Charlene Fernandez told KAWC.

Lou Gum

State Representative Charlene Fernandez joined lawmakers earlier this month in visiting a facility housing children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Congressman Grijlava's Office

Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva will run unopposed for his ninth term in the U.S. House. But he says his district will still figure heavily in upcoming elections. Grijalva tells KAWC's Victor Calderón that he expects Republicans to heighten their rhetoric about the U.S.-Mexico border.

Josh Denmark / Customs and Border Protection

President Donald Trump’s administration reversed a controversial policy of separating families at the border through executive action Wednesday. KAWC’s Victor Calderon has reaction…