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Texas gunman fired from job before massacre; victim IDs emerge
The man who killed seven people and wounded 22 others in a rolling rampage across West Texas on Saturday was fired from his trucking job hours before the massacre, media and officials reported.
Five dead, 21 hurt in new Texas mass shooting
A gunman hijacked a US postal truck and opened fire at random in the US state of Texas Saturday, shooting dead at least five people and wounding many others before dying in a shootout with officers.
El Paso shopper, recently arrived from Mexico, took a bullet for his wife
Juan de Dios Velazquez had only moved to El Paso, Texas, with his wife Estela Nicolasa from Ciudad Juarez, just across the border in Mexico, six months before they were caught in Saturday’s mass shooting at a Walmart store.
29 killed in two US mass shootings within hours
Democratic hopeful: Trump stoking racism
Texas migrant children moved from 'horrific cells' after outcry
Some 250 migrant children were moved from an overcrowded border station in Texas, the US, where they had been held for weeks.
From El Salvador to Texas, navigating US asylum maze
Exactly 146 days after leaving home in El Salvador, a petite, soft-spoken woman named Yolanda sat in a Texas courtroom seeking to reunite with her one-year-old grandson and teenage daughter, separated when they crossed the Mexican border.
Migrant children describe neglect at Texas border facility
A two-year-old boy locked in detention wants to be held all the time. A few girls, ages 10 to 15, say they’ve been doing their best to feed and soothe the clingy toddler who was handed to them by a guard days ago. Lawyers warn that kids are taking care of kids, and there’s inadequate food, water and sanitation for the 250 infants, children and teens at the Border Patrol station.
Report: Childhood poverty persists in fast-growing Southwest US
The number of children living in poverty has swelled over the past three decades in fast-growing, ethnically diverse US states such as Texas, Arizona and Nevada as the nation’s population center shifts south and west, a report Monday on childhood well-being showed.
One year after Santa Fe shooting, Texas shuns tougher gun laws
A year after a high school mass shooting near Houston that remains one of the deadliest in US history, Texas lawmakers are on the brink of going home without passing any new gun restrictions, or even tougher firearm storage laws that Gov. Greg Abbott backed after the tragedy.
Guatemalan migrant boy, 16, dies in Texas while in US custody
The unaccompanied teen died on Tuesday after “several days of intensive care” at a children’s hospital, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said in a statement.
Catholic Church in Texas names around 300 priests accused of sex abuse
Roman Catholic leaders in Texas on Thursday identified around 300 priests and others accused of sexually abusing children.
Marine debris study counts trash from Texas to Florida
Trash, particularly plastic, in the ocean and along the shoreline is an economic, environmental, human health, and aesthetic problem causing serious challenges to coastal communities around the world, including the Gulf of Mexico.
Texas army doctor surprises his wife at work in touching video
Dr. Alice Splinter thought she was going to see a patient. Little did she know, she'd be seeing her husband.
US 'serial killer' border agent arrested in Texas
A US Border Patrol agent was arrested in the state of Texas on suspicion of killing four women.
Texas to execute killer despite clemency plea
Texas plans to execute a man on Tuesday convicted of murdering a store owner during a 2004 robbery despite calls from some relatives of the victim to spare the life of the inmate whom they say they have forgiven.

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