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By Lorne Matalon The city of Juárez, Mexico across the border from El Paso, has long been a migrant gateway to the U.S. Between October 29, 2018 and August 2, 2019, 17,778 people have come to Juárez to try and … Continue reading
By Cassandra Pollock, Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott has issued eight executive orders in response to the El Paso and Odessa-Midland mass shootings that happened just weeks apart, his office announced Thursday.
By Jonathan Levinson, Guns & America Law enforcement in Texas released more information Monday afternoon about the investigation into this weekend’s mass shooting which killed seven people and injured 23. Odessa Police Chief Michael Gerke said the alleged shooter was fired from … Continue reading
By Lisa Dunn, Guns & America At least seven people were killed and another 20 were injured in a mass shooting that stretched in and around Midland and Odessa, Texas, Saturday. The incident was the second mass shooting in that state … Continue reading
State Leaders Are Looking For Solutions After El Paso. Texas Latinos Say They Can Start By Changing The Words They Use.
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune Barbara Canales’ family history is in some ways shaped by a deeply rooted understanding of bigotry and racism. Her mother attended high school in Corpus Christi where the Mexican American students were segregated from their … Continue reading
By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune After losing his last chief election officer over a botched review of the state’s voter rolls, Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday appointed a new secretary of state: Ruth Ruggero Hughs. Ruggero Hughs is moving from the Texas … Continue reading
By Lara Korte, Texas Tribune Kristie West was driving down the highway in rural South Texas when she saw it. The drive from her ranch to the nearby town of Poth was usually uneventful. But on that day in 2017, … Continue reading
By Emma Platoff and Edgar Walters, Texas Tribune Last year, after a federal judge in Texas declared the entirety of the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, throwing into question millions of Americans’ health coverage, the state’s Republican leaders promised they would … Continue reading
By Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune The surge of unauthorized migration that has the U.S. Border Patrol sounding alarm bells continues to rise to modern-day records, according to government statistics released Wednesday.
In Midland, Locals Gather To Remember Those Who Died In The Holocaust And The Texans Who Helped Liberate Concentration Camps.
By Mitch Borden Last week, people gathered at Midland College Library for a memorial service honoring Holocaust victims as a part of a global remembrance day. The event also took the time to celebrate the Texas Liberators, a group of … Continue reading