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In Rio Grande Valley, butterflies at center of border wall battle
Racism against AAPIs in Austin is nothing new. Here's some history
In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we look at the history and struggles of early AAPI settlers.
The many sides of life on the Texas-Mexico border
Border life is more than the images of migrant families who are being apprehended by federal law enforcement.
A glimpse at who is coming across the border and who is guarding it
Those charged with securing the border are in-taking the migrants who cross it. But they're concerned about cartels taking advantage of the surge in people.
Texas law prohibits domestic abusers with protective orders from having guns. What happens after? Not much.
Most of Texas’ 254 counties don’t have a process for accused domestic abusers to get rid of their guns when banned from having them as part of a protective order.
Attorney describes conditions faced by ICE detainees during Texas winter storms
About 300 people are being held at one of ICE's largest facilities, and they had to contend with overflowing toilets and freezing temperatures during the storm
Rio Grande Valley man denied COVID vaccine due to citizenship status
Abraham Diaz’s father arrived at his Feb. 20 appointment only to be turned away because he doesn't have a social security number.
'I can't afford this' | Variable rate electricity customers in disbelief at massive power bills after winter storm
“I was saving money with (the) variable rate, but after this, in case this happens again in the future, I'm sticking with the fixed rate.”
COVID testing protocols not clear as border crossings surge
Gov. Greg Abbott recently discussed a surge of immigrants at Texas’ southern border.
Sen. John Cornyn discusses Trump impeachment, Biden's immigration policy
Cornyn says he'll reserve judgment in Trump's impeachment trial, which begins Feb. 8.
Lessons keep coming, even 10 months into COVID pandemic
The challenges are many when trying to vaccinate millions of people. Health officials hope to learn from those challenges.
Texas researchers will soon have a COVID-19 vaccine in 190 countries, but not the US
A COVID-19 vaccine made partly by Texas scientists with research from a Texas university may soon be ready for global distribution, but it's not allowed in the U.S.
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