Mexican Drug War
A West Texas lawyer is expected to enter a no guilty plea at a detention hearing for charges that he laundered more than $600 million in drug profits for a Mexican drug cartel.
Texas students waiting anxiously for Spring Break fun south of the border are being advised to change their plans.
North Texas beautician Mary Jane Esparza may be the last person people would suspect of helping the Mexican drug cartels, but ATF agents say that’s exactly what she was doing.
Technology to replace a now defunct virtual fence project at the Mexican border likely won’t be fully in place for at least another decade, maybe longer, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Picture the perfect North Texas neighborhood. They are children running along the streets. The houses have beautiful lawns with manicured shrubbery. Big trees line the sidewalks. College fans show their true colors by flying flags showing their favorite teams.
No, it’s not quite August on the calendar just yet, but that’s not what this is about. Please allow me one final note about this past week’s trip to New Orleans: I simply would not […]