Southern Arizona town upset over border checkpoint
U.S. Border Patrol officials told the town residents this week that the agency doesn't plan to build a permanent structure in its place. However, officials say the temporary checkpoint will stay put.
Paul Cisek of Tubac Market says he'll deal with it, but it's hurting his business. Border Patrol officials say the checkpoint is effective. This year, officials say agents at the checkpoint have seized hundreds of thousands of dollars in drugs.