Border Patrol scales back resources in some areas

With the surge of people seeking asylum at the southern border, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is scaling back its resources in some areas to address the influx. FOX 10's Marc Martinez has more on the safety concerns from people living at the border.

Mexican authorities assist U.S. with capture of bank robbery suspect

Romo-Angulo, 31, of Nogales, was not in custody until Sept. 16, police announced on Facebook. He allegedly placed an empty suitcase on the counter while demanding $45,000 from the teller and threatening to shoot if she did not comply, according to federal court records obtained by news website Border Report.

Two people rescued from southern AZ heat

The extreme heat in southern Arizona proved to be too much for a couple hiking near Montana Peak southwest of Arivaca. A UH-60 Black Hawk aircrew hoisted the man and woman off the mountain and rushed them to the hospital.

Beehive Fire closes campgrounds near Nogales

The Beehive Fire burning in southern Arizona has scorched about 8,500 acres and is 20% contained. Campgrounds in the area are closed so firefighters can use Arivaca Lake as a source of water for helicopters to fight the wildfire.

Top White House official visits the border

As the amount of drug seizures at the U.S. - Mexico Border reaches record highs, a top White House official who is visiting the border said real change is coming. Officials said the purpose of the visit is to highlight the Biden-Harris Administration's latest efforts to crack down on drug trafficking. FOX 10's Stephanie Bennett reports.