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‘It shouldn’t be a death sentence’ | Inside the effort to identify migrants who die trying to reach the US
Families of those who journey north can never be sure if they’ll see their loved ones again. Meet the Border Patrol agents who work to provide them with closure.
Arlington National Cemetery to mark 100th anniversary of Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
The public is invited to observe a historic procession and flyover on Veterans Day, Nov. 11
Sweat, whistles and blinking lights: Red Sox broadcasters, fans accuse Astros Valdez, Alvarez of cheating in Game 5
First, Red Sox broadcasters stirred the pot by pointing out that Framber Valdez kept touching his temple when he got a new ball. Seriously? Oh, and that’s not all.
Arkansas boy wins USA Mullet Championship, pledges to donate prize money
Sixth-grader, Allan Baltz was named first-place in the USA Mullet Championship. Baltz has pledged to donate the prize money to foster care if he wins.
'If you don't believe in miracles, this is the prime example' | Searchers reflect on outcome of Grimes Co. toddler
After nearly four days on his own, Christopher Ramirez, 3, was found alive about five miles from his home in Plantersville.
Texas champion of civil rights Frances 'Sissy' Farenthold dies after battle with Parkinson's disease
Sissy was born in Corpus Christi in 1926 and spent her life working for equal rights and social justice.
Landowners along the Texas border continue fight to hold onto their property
While the government is reviewing all pending eminent domain actions, one landowner says the action is "six months too late."
Where do the thousands of migrants who traveled to Del Rio go to next?
The reasons these migrants left home may vary, but the hope for a future in the United States is universal.
'I feel like I've had my hands tied': For some DACA recipients, simply renewing a work permit can take months
A Houston-based immigration attorney says the process can be "hit or miss," and result in a temporary, uncertain period of unemployment.
'El Grito' | Mexico's Independence Day on Sept. 16 celebrates freedom much like our 4th of July
Día de la Independencia celebrates Mexico's freedom from Spain after the September 16, 1810 uprising that launched an 11-year war.
Fun in the sun: Labor Day at Lake Bryan
The shores of Lake Bryan are usually filled with those out enjoying the holiday, but, this year, one couple saw nothing but open waters.
'We are doing something good' | Non-profit urges Gov. Abbott to reconsider order that stops migrant transports
Earlier this week, through an executive order, Texas Governor Greg Abbott effectively banned non-profits from transporting migrants.
Butter tortilla-flavored candles now sold at H-E-B
There are seven scents – all related to the chain's most popular items: Like the Two-Bite Brownies, Creamy Creations Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream and Cinnamon Rolls.
Duct tape dress created by teen who was inspired by her Texan, Mexican roots
Larissa Leon is hoping to win a scholarship for her entry that honors her culture. The Houston-born teen now lives in Washington.
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