November 8, 2023
Human Rights Watch Advocates for Migrant Rights Amid Ongoing Operation Lone Star Injustices
The organization asserts that, under Operation Lone Star, officials placed razor wire in areas of the river where crossing is easier, trapping and injuring some migrants while pushing others to attempt crossing at riskier locations.
May 4, 2023
Unbridled and Uncorked: Rodeo, Music, and Wine Draw 2.4 Million Guests to Houston
If the music, wine, and cute kids clinging to sheep as the sound of unbridled joy at the highest of decibels does not draw you in, well then, there may be no hope for you.
December 5, 2022
Tesla Sued Over Promotional Video
Tesla published a video “Tesla Semi & Roadster Unveil” on its official YouTube channel in 2017, and used James Martin’s photo of the dashboard of a car for commercial purposes without his authorization.
December 20, 2021
A Community Grapples with Safety After Another School Shooting
Parents are coping with the aftermath of the Arlington shooting and perspectives are split regarding the current safety plan.
December 14, 2021
After 19 Months, Texas Town Welcomes Back Mexican Shoppers
(MCALLEN, Texas) — After more than a year and a half of the international bridges in the Rio Grande Valley […]