An aid camp in southern Arizona once gave medical care to migrants on their journey across the border. Now it's been shut down.
Burges sworn in to replace Bundgaard
The northwest Valley has a new state senator. Republican Representative Judy Burges was sworn in Monday to replace former Senator Scott Bundgaard.
JUDY BURGES: … And that I will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties, of the office of Arizona State Senator, of Arizona State Senator.
Senate President Steve Pierce says he's known Burges for quite a while,
STEVE PIERCE: We started out years ago, at the Republican Party in Prescott. We worked together a number of times up there on different issues. She's a trooper.
The arch-conservative, Burges, was among those supporting a bill to end citizenship privileges for the children of illegal immigrants, last year. Bundgaard resigned shortly before he would have been forced to testify in an ethics investigation over a public brawl on the freeway, with an ex-girlfriend, last year.