Federal judge rules against citizenship question

A ruling by a New York federal court judge Tuesday may have reverberations for similar lawsuits filed against the government for its inclusion of...

Landowners who may be affected by the wall react to presidential visit

McALLEN — Despite the fervor surrounding President Trump’s appearance in the Rio Grande Valley, some locals who are expected to be impacted by wall...

County judge and area mayors invite president to tour international bridges during visit

Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortez and five border mayors sent a letter to the White House Tuesday afternoon, inviting President Trump to a personal...

Trump, Democrats taking border wall fight to prime-time TV

CATHERINE LUCEY, LISA MASCARO and JILL COLVIN | THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON — Making his case on prime-time TV, President Donald Trump is stressing humanitarian...

‘Amazing people:’ Pimentel credits Valley’s humanitarianism accommodating migrants

“It’s beautiful to see our community in the Rio Grande Valley so ready to help a human who is suffering and hurting and needs help."

Medical checks ordered after 2nd detained child migrant dies

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said Wednesday that the agency has more than 1,500 emergency medical technicians on staff and that officers are taking dozens of sick children to hospitals every day.

US says 2nd Guatemalan child has died in immigration custody

The boy showed "signs of potential illness" on Monday and was taken with his father to a hospital in Alamogordo, New Mexico, the agency said. There, he was diagnosed with a cold and a fever, was given prescriptions for amoxicillin and Ibuprofen and released Monday afternoon after being held 90 minutes for observation, the agency said.

Bipartisan bill aims to identify missing migrants’ remains

The bill seeks to amend existing federal laws to expand grant funds for local law enforcement agencies, forensic laboratories, medical examiners offices and nonprofit organizations that work to find, report and identify migrants that die or go missing in the U.S.

Immigrant respite center in McAllen adds locations

Daily immigrants arriving at Catholic Charities facilities has exceeded 300 at least every day in the last week.

U.S. Government wants immediate access to Brownsville Diocese land in Mission

Right before the Thanksgiving holiday, the federal government asked a McAllen judge to give it immediate possession of land in Hidalgo County owned by...