Immigration reform is a hot topic in Texas this weekend, with marches planned across the state.
Hundreds demonstrated in Houston on Saturday, demanding immigration reform at the annual United May Day March.
Protesters said they are encouraged by a reform bill in the U.S. Senate, but would like to see more focus on the human rights of 11 million undocumented immigrants.
The annual Mega March is set for Sunday afternoon in Dallas. It kicks off at 1:30 at the downtown Cathedral Guadalupe, with the marchers headed to Dallas City Hall for a rally.
If you'll be traveling through the downtown area on Sunday, expect street closures and bus and rail delays related to the event.