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Long-simmering tensions over day laborers have ignited new clashes between business owners and activists in east Phoenix, worsening a situation that community leaders have had little success in resolving.
The [UNLV campus] amphitheater was host early Wednesday evening to a gathering of roughly eight National Vanguard splinter group members versus roughly 50 to 60 students…
The East Bay Coalition for Border Security has been called many things — some good, some bad — by onlookers during its anti-immigration protests this year.
A demonstration against illegal immigration and Hispanics by members of the Georgia Knight Riders Knights of the Ku Klux Klan drew more law enforcement officers and onlookers than Klan members Saturday afternoon, Nov. 18, in downtown Ellijay.
For the first time, the Minuteman Civil Defense Corp. has revealed a smattering of intriguing details on its finances, but some former members want to know more about how the group has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in contributors’ money.
A civil jury on Wednesday ruled in favor of the plaintiffs in a lawsuit accusing local rancher and businessman Roger Barnett of threatening a hunting party with an assault rifle in 2004.
Arturo Morales began to sob as he told jurors how he tried to console his young granddaughter and her friend as a furious Roger Barnett, handgun holstered at his side, told them to get off his property or he would start shooting.
Mayor Les Byram met with members of the Mohave County Minutemen Monday afternoon. The Minutemen have asked the city councils of Bullhead City and Kingman to adopt an ordinance passed by Hazelton, Pa.
A protest by several anti-illegal immigration groups Saturday afternoon on the edge of a canyon where migrant workers have camped for years was peaceful, but tense, as nearly 200 flag-toting demonstrators chanted, sang patriotic songs, and were confronted by a handful of human rights observers. […]
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, under fire for a lack of financial accountability, spent nearly $450,000 last year for volunteers to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border … according to a report released yesterday.