Immigration
Relatives of Separated Children Are Now in ICE’s Sights

Jun 23, 2018 By Robert Moore

The federal agency caring for children apprehended at the border has begun sharing information with immigration officials about people offering to take custody of them, a sweeping change that a former official says will make it increasingly difficult to place children with their families—particularly those who are reluctant to get on the radar of an evermore aggressive immigration service. The Department of Health and Human Services, the agency mandated to… Read Story

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3 Ways to See Lake Charles Like a Local

Jun 1, 2018 By TM Promotions

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Soldiers of Misfortune

Jan 20, 2013 By Robert Draper

For as long as the U.S. military has patrolled the border in search of drug smugglers, there has been the possibility that an innocent civilian would be killed. The government insists the chance is worth taking. Tell that to the family of Ezequiel Hernandez, Jr.

When the Sky Ran Dry

Jan 21, 2013 By John Burnett

Bad as the current drought is, it has yet to match the most arid spell in Texas history. Nearly two dozen survivors of the fifties drought remember the time it never rained.

Maybe Darlie Didn’t Do It

By Skip Hollandsworth

Darlie Routier has been on death row for five years now, always insisting that she didn't kill her sons Devon and Damon. And as her lawyers prepare to head into court yet again, new information about her case raises the possibility that she may have been telling the truth all along.

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