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Texas GOP senators, representatives calling shots in Washington

Some Texas Republicans in the U.S. Capitol hold key leadership posts and are making their mark on federal policies.


Woman pleads guilty to pretending to be immigration official, defrauding migrants

An El Paso woman who falsely claimed to be a federal immigration official in order to defraud migrants pleaded guilty Monday.


State Rep. Bryan Slaton hires lawyer amid possible investigation in Texas House

The law firm says it is aware of "outrageous claims" made against state Rep. Bryan Slaton, which have been circulating in the Capitol since Thursday.


Paso del Norte bridge is closed after migrants congreage on the Mexican side

PDN bridge was closed by CPB after hundreds of migrants congregate at bottom of bride on Mexican side


El Paso woman accused of shoplifting, assaulting employee at Lower Valley auto-parts store

A woman is accused of assaulting an employee who confronted her about shoplifting at a Lower Valley O'Reilly's Auto Parts store.


DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day set for April 22

In an effort to address the drug overdose epidemic, the DEA is having the agency's 24th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day later this month.


An abandoned building that became waiting room to US for migrants

An abandoned Juarez building has become waiting room for dozens of migrants trying to get an appointment to enter the U.S. via the CBP One app.


4 killed, 8 injured in downtown Louisville shooting, police say; suspected shooter dead; live updates

Four people were killed and 8 people were injured, including two police officers, during a shooting in downtown Louisville, police said Monday.


US to test expedited asylum screenings at Mexico border

If expanded, the new screening could bring major change to how people are processed upon reaching U.S. soil to seek asylum.


Paso Del Norte bridge closes again as large migrant group gathers

Hundreds of migrants gathered near the foot of the bridge on Avenida Juárez early Monday. As of midmorning, the group hadn't tried to rush the bridge.


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