TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - A broken border and a growing humanitarian crisis.
Caravans of men, women and children have been fleeing their homeland and seeking asylum in the United States.
Border towns are bursting at the seams with the influx of migrants.
Federal agents have been overwhelmed with people caught crossing into the country illegally.
On one day recently, Border Patrol had over 12,000 migrants in custody. The said crisis level is 6,000.
KOLD News 13 investigated the Crisis On The Border. Our 30-minute special was set to air at 6 p.m. Friday, May 17.
But we have all the stories here on our website to read now.
The entire special can been seen by playing the video at the top of this story.
Or you can read and watch each story by clicking on the links below. You can see all over border coverage HERE.
- How did we get here?
- Migrants take advantage of border vulnerabilities near Lukeville
- Nogales border technology helps arrest violent criminal
- Yuma area inundated with migrants crossing illegally, legally
- Tucson, like other cities, facing problem housing migrants
- Exclusive interview with Tucson Sector Border Patrol Chief Roy Villareal