President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says the surge of migrants reaching Mexico’s northern border with the United States is partly due to about 6,000 migrants per day crossing into Mexico from Guatemala over the past week.
Thousands of migrants continued to cross the Rio Grande from Mexico into Texas on Sept. 21. The main push is happening around Eagle Pass with nearly 10,000 crossings along the U.S.-Mexico border in the past 24-hours.
A judge has ordered the state of Texas to move floating barrier from the waters of the US-Mexico border and onto a riverbank.
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott bragged about the effectiveness of his migrant bussing program Tuesday, saying it has provided "critical relief" to Texas border towns.
This Week in Texas Politics featured court fights, a border scandal and impeachment trial political maneuvering. FOX 7 Austin's Rudy Koski and our panel of political analysts discuss.
A Texas National Guard member fired shots at a migrant near the Rio Grande. Political analyst Ed Espinosa and Matt Mackowiak, the chair of the Travis County Republican Party, joined FOX 7 Austin's Mike Warren to discuss.
There's currently a courtroom showdown over Gov. Greg Abbott's floating border barrier. FOX 7 Austin's Rudy Koski spoke with a DPS lieutenant about what he's been seeing and experiencing at the border.
Access to the impeachment trial and more battles on the border were some of the hot topics in This Week in Texas Politics.
The Justice Department asked a Texas federal court to block the construction of any new floating barriers.
FOX 7 Austin's Rudy Koski and his group of experts speak on hot topics in This Week's Texas Politics.
The Pentagon is pulling 1,100 active duty troops from the U.S.-Mexico border it deployed earlier this year as the government prepared for the end of asylum restrictions linked to the pandemic.
The Department of Justice is suing Governor Abbott for the installation of the border buoys going into parts of the Rio Grande.
Governor Greg Abbott told President Joe Biden in a letter Monday that Texas will not remove the floating border barrier in the Rio Grande. Now, the Department of Justice is suing the state of Texas.
The Biden Administration notified state officials the 1,000-feet link of round floating balls creates a navigation problem, and poses a risk to migrants who try to get around it. On Monday afternoon, the Biden Administration sued Gov. Abbott.
The Justice Department on Monday sued Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott over a floating barrier that the state placed on the Rio Grande to stop migrants from crossing into the U.S. from Mexico.
As of June 2023, Texas law enforcement recovered more than 420 million lethal doses of fentanyl since the start of the mission.
1,000 feet of the floating barriers arrived at the US-Mexico border in Eagle Pass.
The Florida governor calls for deputizing local law enforcement to police the border and deport migrants, saying his plan is “more aggressive" than the former president’s proposals.
Migrants are rushing across the Mexico border in hopes of entering the U.S. in the final hours before pandemic-related asylum restrictions are lifted.
Brian Kolfage was sentenced Wednesday for defrauding donors to the We Build the Wall effort.