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By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Service Some worry the coronavirus pandemic’s financial toll on Texas ranchers could wind up rivaling the impacts of a devastating drought from almost a decade ago.
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Service (CN) — A federal review of a plan to move highly radioactive nuclear waste to rural West Texas from sites across the U.S. has concluded that regulators should approve the plan because it would … Continue reading
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News In some ways, it’s not surprising that large portions of the remote, borderlands region of far West Texas still have no confirmed coronavirus cases. After all, there just aren’t that many people. Between the bustling … Continue reading
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Methane emissions in a busy part of the nation’s largest oilfield were nearly three times higher than the national average in recent months, an environmental group said in an analysis released Tuesday.
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Advocates from groups representing immigration judges and lawyers painted a dire portrait Wednesday of the nation’s overwhelmed immigration courts, describing to House lawmakers a system plagued by political interference where due process violations are routine.
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Facing criticism over multiple cases of immigrant children dying while in government custody, U.S. border officials on Tuesday defended their agencies’ approach to caring for families and children who arrive at the southern border.
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News The Fifth Circuit on Wednesday lifted a lower court’s order that blocked the Trump administration from using $3.6 billion in military construction money for a wall on the Mexican border. In a 2-1 ruling, the Fifth … Continue reading
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News An environmental group reached a tentative settlement Tuesday in a federal air pollution lawsuit targeting a natural gas plant in the heart of the nation’s largest oilfield. The James Lake Midstream facility gathers and processes … Continue reading
By Travis Bubenik, Courthouse News Texas is withdrawing from a multistate antitrust lawsuit seeking to block a proposed $26.5 billion merger of telecommunication giants T-Mobile and Sprint that critics say would raise prices for consumers, particularly those in rural areas … Continue reading
By Carlos Morales A Border Patrol agent stationed in the Big Bend Sector of West Texas shot and injured a 22-year-old Guatemalan man late Tuesday night after federal immigration officials say the agent was “attacked.” In a press release, Border … Continue reading
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