They were some of the toughest narcs on the border, known for busting smugglers, staging raids, seizing cartel cocaine—and being dirty.
Drug cartel violence in Reynosa on Friday is not necessarily an argument for passing the Texas border security bill.
In Reynosa, a brave and conflicted group of social media users goes where journalists fear to tread.
The top law enforcement official in Hidalgo County pled guilty to money laundering charges—here's what that means for the Valley.
Four police officers in the Rio Grande Valley, including the son of Hidalgo County sheriff Lupe Treviño, are accused of taking payoffs to protect cocaine shipments along the Mexican border.
For a third straight year, the Texas Department of Public Safety advised vacationers to stay away from the country, but a Mexican ambassador says the warning has a "clear-cut political agenda."
This is the fourth victim since September to be targeted by the Zetas for using blogs and social media to spread news about cartel violence.
Despite rampant fears to the contrary, the bloody drug violence in Mexico hasn’t spilled over into Texas—but that doesn’t mean it’s not transforming life all along the border.
Nate Blakeslee talks about immigration and the media coverage of border spillover violence.
The federal government made a cool $8.8 million over the weekend auctioning off racehorses that purportedly belong to the Zetas.