DENVER (AP) — In a sign of mounting concerns about John Hickenlooper’s standing in the Colorado Democratic Senate primary, a new political group is spending at least $1 million on a scathing attack ad against Hickenlooper’s rival in the race.
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — Known for its “challenging recreational activities” and “extraordinary opportunities for solitude,” California’s Jacumba Wilderness Area was the site of an hourslong, binational rescue effort.
Border Patrol agents arrested an alleged rapist and rescued a female from a dangerous canal Wednesday morning.
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — While inspecting a train at an international railroad crossing, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers spotted three individuals enter the American Canal down below.
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — The head of the U.S. Border Patrol in Texas’ Big Bend Sector is moving a few miles downriver.
Border Patrol agents from the Presidio Station along with State Park Police, Presidio County Sheriff’s Office, and Texas State Game Wardens worked to extract an injured hiker from within a treacherous canyon, Monday.
Gov. Abbott is set to hold a news conference Friday on the approaching Tropical Depression Cristobal.
EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Border Patrol agents captured a convicted sex offender trying to re-enter the country in a remote desert region Friday evening in Southern New Mexico Friday.
A joint operation between federal agents and local police in western Arizona led to the rescue of sex-trafficking victims and HSI officials credited “investigative techniques” with helping to crack a “transnational criminal organization.” But documents show documents show — and some supervisors knew – that federal undercover agents repeatedly paid for and engaged in sex acts with suspected victims.
Two women who Gov. Greg Abbott came to their rescue and said should not be held in confinement as a punishment for operating a home beauty salon during the COVID-19 emergency, were not licensed cosmetologists, a Laredo police investigator said. Both have been released from home confinement and do not face jail time. But the police investigator said they should not be offering these services “these two ladies were not even licensed beauticians,” Laredo Police Investigator Jose Baeza Jr., told Border Report.