In early May, Ruben Villarreal, Mayor of Rio Grande City, channeled the frustration of many residents in Starr and Hidalgo counties, where a proposed […]
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A bipartisan group of U.S. senators released their comprehensive immigration reform bill late Tuesday. It’s thrilling to finally see a reform bill which looks like it has some momentum come out of Congress—until you see the first section devoted to border security, which is like a kick in the gut for border communities.
With flood waters from the swollen Rio Grande inundating the community, a mandatory evacuation order was issued for the small border town of Los […]
Welcome to the borderlands of the United States of America. For access you’ll need your secret pass code to punch into the DHS […]
In 2007, before the Department of Homeland Security could bulldoze the first plot of land to build a wall along the U.S. border with […]
The Department of Homeland Security is pushing for 14 miles of border wall to be built through Hidalgo and Starr counties even though it […]