San Luis

Victor Calderón

As Central American migrants clashed with Border Patrol agents in Tijuana, Mexico over the weekend, San Luis Mayor Gerardo Sanchez said he and local law enforcement officers are monitoring the situation should anything similar happen here.

Victor Calderón

Fifty Border Patrol agents have arrived in San Luis in support of what is being called "Operation Secure Line". Agents from other sectors started the first day of their detail Monday morning.

Victor Calderón

Military troops were at the San Luis Port of Entry south of Yuma on Monday as migrants seeking asylum continued to wait in line.

Victor Calderón

More than 100 people marched down Main Street in San Luis, Arizona on Saturday to call for the speedy reunion of families separated at the border. Many held signs and dressed in white as a sign of solidarity.

They chanted slogans including "Love, Not Hate, Makes America Great" as they walked from the Cesar Chavez Cultural Center to the San Luis Port of Entry and back for a planned rally. The march coincided with a national day of action around the country sponsored by a group called Families Belong Together.

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…

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