The agency released photos of long coils of concertina wire installed on movable barriers in El Paso.
All 12 Democratic members of the Texas Senate have confirmed they are opposed to confirming embattled Secretary of State David Whitley.
Acevedo says the gunman used an “AR-15-type rifle” with a 30-round clip. Investigators continue to search for the suspect.
An officer’s body camera captured 26-year-old Yovahnis Roque confessing Tuesday in the death of his child at their home in Orange, near the Louisiana border, according to the police affidavit. Roque was arrested and charged with capital murder.
The association survey found the Beaumont, Tyler and Wichita Falls areas to have the cheapest gasoline in Texas this week at an average $2.07 per gallon.
The driver and the individuals, eight from Guatemala and five from Mexico, were taking into custody by Homeland Security Investigations to be processed accordingly.
The Health and Human Services Department’s inspector general said last month that 118 children were separated from their parents from July 1 through Nov. 7.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be making a stop in Laredo this weekend.
Orange police Capt. Robert Enmon says 26-year-old Yovahnis Roque was arraigned Wednesday. Roque was arrested Tuesday after the discovery of his slain daughter in their home.
The Austin Fire Department reports that two companies, Metrocycle Pedicabs and Pedicab Adventures, lost up to 100 pedicabs in the warehouse fire early Tuesday.
The agency on Tuesday said officers working at the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge cargo facility in Texas used imaging equipment and dogs to inspect the truck on Feb. 16.
Horse poison identified as anti-freeze
Chief Art Acevedo announced on Monday that the Houston Police Department will no longer use the warrants without a special exemption from his office to conduct a no-knock raid.
A 7-year-old Austin boy has raised more than $5,000 from selling hot chocolate with funds he’s dedicating to build a border wall along the southern U.S. border.
Johnny Joe Avalos was sentenced Tuesday in San Antonio. Court records show Avalos pleaded guilty to two indictments of capital murder of multiple persons.