Douglas, Arizona - U.S. Customs and Border Protection is starting a speed bump construction project at the Port of Douglas (Raul Hector Castro POE) later this month and encourages travelers to plan ahead to avoid unexpected delays.

Tucson, Arizona - Twenty-three law enforcement students completed the Tucson Sector Border Patrol’s Emergency Medical Technician course on October 27.

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Ducey is calling on Congress to pass an extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) before funding runs out in mid-December. In a letter today to members of Arizona’s congressional delegation, the governor asked them to reauthorize the program, known in Arizona as KidsCare. It currently provides coverage to more than 23,000 children.

Sonoita, Arizona - An off-duty Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent from the Sonoita Station rendered critical life-saving care to a motorcyclist who was involved in a hit-and-run collision Tuesday afternoon along State Route (SR) 82 in the Whetstone area.

Phoenix, Arizona - Governor Doug Ducey recently interviewed with the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) to discuss how Arizona is removing barriers to employment by reforming occupational licensing requirements. During the interview, the Governor discussed efforts such as removing restrictions on the sharing economy, eliminating 500 regulations this year, and lifting licensing fees on those in poverty.