Texas Gov. Rick Perry is taking heat for his recent veto of funding for the Center for Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
A jump in small-time federal drug seizures at a U.S.-Mexico border checkpoint has left a Texas county struggling to pay for prosecution.
The violence rarely spills across the border, but the psychological impact does.
There are several history-making decisions expected to be handed down from the U.S. Supreme Court in June. One could effectively wipe out the Voting Rights Act. In Texas, minority voters fear a possible loss of legal protection, while states' rights activists are eager for a change.
Texas state law enforcement is beefing up its efforts to fight Mexican drug cartels away from the border and in the state’s larger cities.
At our southern border time is money. And delays in border crossing cut into everyone's bottom line.
Republican Texas Senator John Cornyn calls it the Results Amendment. It’s a long list of provisions that must be met before green cards and citizenship can be offered to undocumented immigrants.
As Mexico’s economy continues to improve, a new study shows retailers in the United States are cashing in on Mexican spending sprees north of the border.
It's a complaint echoed from San Diego to Brownsville. Some five million trucks per year are subject to costly delays at the U.S.-Mexico border as a result of rigorous security measures put in place in the last decade. These delays affect the timeliness of a trucker’s delivery.
Three businesses posing as law firms along the Texas-Mexico border have been shut down for falsely claiming they could provide immigration services. The firms were taking advantage of Spanish speakers' understanding of the word “notario.”
Reporter Lorne Matalon talks with a Solimar International, a company that has been awarded $100,000 to answer that question.
With Republicans on one side and civil rights groups on the other, Texas is arguing redistricting again in Federal Court. The results could shake up the state’s 36 congressional seats.
With Governor Rick Perry’s signature, Texas faces one more hurdle before drawing $2 billion from its Rainy Day Fund to improve water infrastructure for the drought stricken state, a public vote.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection could be getting a much-needed influx of officers as the House Appropriations Committee approves the Homeland Security Budget.
For one glorious moment, real world geopolitics was forgotten. Paso Lajitas, Mexico and Lajitas, Texas were again united — not cut off from one another as they’ve been in a post-Sept. 11 world.