Tag Archives: McAllen
For over an hour, a man in a white shirt yells furiously at any woman he sees exiting the clinic, be it a patient or an employee. When all else fails, he turns ...Read More
Thirty-eight years ago, a young woman in McAllen died of an illegal abortion. Today her story is more relevant than ever.
On a June afternoon in McAllen in 1978, Diana Rivera, posing as a young pregnant woman, walked into the home of a local midwife. At Rivera’s side was a female...Read More
A year later, most of the TV cameras and politicians have moved on. Some of the volunteers have gone home and donations have dwindled. But the need is still the...Read More
On Wednesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton asked U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman to dismiss the lawsuit undocumented immigrant families have brought agai...Read More
In an opinion largely upholding Texas' strict 2013 abortion law, a three-judge panel has upheld provisions expected to lead to the closure of all but eight abor...Read More
In new her book, Paley breaks from a tired narrative to connect U.S. policy, free trade and the devastating war on drugs in Colombia and Mexico.
Author Dawn Paley talks about her book "Drug War Capitalism" and what inspired her to write about the devastating effects of drug cartels in Latin America....Read More
In this month’s Strangest State: KLTV investigates a large red chair, a man fills a car with shrimp, and a fake cop cuts the Whataburger line....Read More
Boom, Bust, Exodus follows how NAFTA, coupled with Maytag’s move to Mexico, helped signal doom for Appliance City and transform a small border town....Read More