Engineers have long concluded that a wall in flood-prone Starr County could be catastrophic.
The civil rights group filed a complaint one day after the Border Patrol postponed an Election Day "crowd control" exercise.
The university implemented sweeping changes after members of Twelfth Woman and others went public with their experiences.
Stan Stanart was pressured by County Judge Ed Emmett to take down the inflammatory image and language.
The Texas Legislature refused to consider ending birthright citizenship in 2009. Now President Trump wants to do it by fiat.
Two years after the death of a ten-year-old boy on the ride, the waterslide is finally being removed.
After discovering the convict cemetery in March, the city appointed a panel of stakeholders. Now it’s ignoring their recommendation.
Patricia Sharpe and Kathy Blackwell dish on how they imagined, vetted, sampled, and served up our November feature story on Texas-style holiday meals.
In addition to deployment of Army troops, border nonprofits are seeing the beginnings of mass family releases.
Water, water, every where, nor any drop to drink.