Dozen State Police Charged In Massacre Of 19 Found Shot, Burned Across Rio Grande From TexasTamaulipas state Attorney General Irving Barrios Mojica said all 12 officers were in custody and face charges of homicide, abuse of authority and making false statements.
Texas Man Pleads To Trafficking People Who Entered US IllegallyGary Donel Smith, 30, of McKinney, pleaded guilty on Thursday. He is scheduled for sentencing on April 5, 2021.
Some Trump Administration U.S.-Mexico Border Policies Being Reviewed By Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases involving the Trump administration's policies at the U.S.-Mexico border. One case will look at a policy that makes asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for American court hearings and another centers on the administration's use of border wall money.
Texas Attorney General 'Disappointed' Supreme Court Rules Against Trump’s Attempt To End DACATexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he's disappointed with the Supreme Court's decision to reject Trump administration's attempt to end the DACA program.
Border Wall Fundraiser To Seek US Approval On Texas ProjectThe private group that wants to build its own southern border wall next to the Rio Grande in Texas says it won’t begin construction until the U.S. government certifies the project won’t worsen flooding.
Mother Tells US Border Patrol She 'Lost' Toddler Crossing Rio GrandeBorder agents say they are rescuing immigrants from the river on an almost daily basis.
Migrant Father, Daughter Were Headed To North Texas When They Drowned In Rio GrandeA source familiar with the case of a migrant who drowned alongside his 23-month-old daughter while trying to cross the Rio Grande into Texas says they were headed to Irving.
US Considers More Options For Detaining Transgender MigrantsU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is considering opening a second permanent facility where transgender migrants can be detained.
Agents Find 3-Year-Old Migrant Boy Alone Near Texas BorderU.S. Customs and Border Protection said late Tuesday that the boy's name and phone numbers were written on his shoes when agents found him that morning.
Militia Groups Plan To Head To Border To Help Stop Migrant CaravanExactly how many militia members will turn out is unclear, and the estimated 4,000 migrants are still some 1,000 miles and weeks away from reaching the U.S.
Atlanta Girl Raises More Than $13K To Help Migrant FamiliesAfter learning of separated migrant families at the U.S-Mexico border, a 6-year-old girl from Atlanta wanted to help — with a lemonade stand.
Texas Boosts Number Of Troops To Border To 1,000Gov. Greg Abbott says there's no fixed date on their deployment and that "we may be in this for the long haul."