Tag Archives: El Paso
By Joey Palacios, Texas Public Radio A vigil in downtown San Antonio Sunday night paid respects to the victims of the El Paso mass shooting. More than 150 people gathered in Main Plaza to reflect on the loss of life … Continue reading
By Mallory Falk, Stephanie Federico, KUT & NPR Staff Updated on Aug. 7 at 2 p.m. CST Community members gathered for a vigil in El Paso on Monday night to honor the youngest victim of the mass shooting at a Walmart … Continue reading
By Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley are less than two weeks away from the scheduled opening of temporary detention centers that will each house up to 500 migrants who have crossed the border to … Continue reading
By Natalie Krebs, Texas Standard Many of President Donald Trump’s comments about the U.S.-Mexico border have been disputed. But not this statement, from his recent campaign rally in El Paso: “Last year Juarez had 1,200 murders, El Paso, right next … Continue reading
Trump Falsely Said El Paso Was A Hub Of Violent Crime Before The Border Fence. Now He’s Holding A Rally There.
By Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune President Donald Trump‘s campaign announced Wednesday morning that he will hold a rally Feb. 11 in El Paso, just hours after the president’s State of the Union speech where he reiterated a repeatedly debunked claim that … Continue reading
The El Paso “wall” — a steel bollard fence — is a reminder that the White House is doing what it can to make good on one of President Trump’s signature campaign promises.
The cities share a border, and the Rio Grande as a source of drinking water.
Advocates say migrants who request asylum experience abuse and extended detention.
President Trump has decided to allow the Obama-era policy known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, to expire. The program has protected three-quarters of a million young immigrants, living here without papers. Some are students. There are many … Continue reading
The border city of El Paso on Tuesday voted to add its name to the list of local governments that have joined a lawsuit to stop Texas’ immigration bill, Senate Bill 4, from going into effect, via Texas Tribune.