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Suspected cartel attack leaves police chief, 5 officers dead in Zacatecas

Mexican authorities say they are sending soldiers and additional police officers to a town in the state of Zacatecas where six municipal policemen were shot dead Wednesday in broad daylight. → Read More

Cameras to show live traffic flows on Mexican side of border crossings 24-7

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – Mexican authorities are giving border commuters a new tool to better plan their drive from Juarez to El Paso. The State of Chihuahua’s Border Bridge Trust on Tuesday opened to the public live feeds from its closed-circuit cameras at three international bridges. The images will help drivers estimate how […] → Read More

El Paso approves $2 million to bus migrants out of town

The City of El Paso will be spending up to $2 million in the next 16 months to bus migrants out of town and is counting on the Biden administration for reimbursement. → Read More

Mexican shoppers back in El Paso, but not like before COVID-19

Texas merchants hope trickle of foreign customers adds up following two years of losses → Read More

Migrant woman turns up dead after search in West Texas desert

Big Bend Border Patrol chief warns migrants of dangers of traversing arid, isolated areas. Local Mississippi Breaking News Story from CBS 12 New WJTV, your Jackson, MS news leader → Read More

Judgment against Juarez cartel mostly ‘symbolic,’ expert says

The families of nine American women and children killed in 2019 by members of a drug trafficking organization in Mexico will struggle to collect a $4.6 billion judgment a U.S. judge recently assessed on it, a security expert says. → Read More

AMLO: Suspect identified in killings of two Jesuit priests

The president of Mexico expressed his condolences to the Jesuit Order for the murder of two priests in the northern border state of Chihuahua and said their killer has been identified. → Read More

Two priests slain as cartel hitmen pursue man into church

Catholic dioceses throughout Mexico are condemning the murder of two priests who tried to prevent drug traffickers from killing a rival inside their church in Cerocahui, Mexico. → Read More

DHS: False narratives on border security could inspire extremist violence

The Biden administration is expressing concern about domestic extremists turning to violence out of frustration with border security policies. → Read More

Asylum-seekers sleeping on street as migrant shelters fill up

Juarez officials estimate some 15,000 migrants are now in their city waiting for the U.S. to roll back Title 42 on May 23 so they can apply for asylum. → Read More

Red states exploiting anti-immigrant judicial ‘pipeline,’ legal experts say

The legacy of Donald Trump is alive and well in federal courtrooms where attorneys general in red states are waging an all-out war on the rights of Black and brown immigrants, some legal advocates say. → Read More

La Linea cartel lieutenant arrested in Cancun

Mexican officials are reporting the capture of a La Linea cartel lieutenant believed to be behind the Good Friday massacre of six people on a highway near the U.S. border. → Read More

New massacre in Chihuahua: 11 dead at clandestine horse track

Seven people are dead following a shooting at a clandestine horse track about 200 miles south of Juarez, Mexican authorities said. → Read More

Women slain inside ‘Santa Muerte’ shrine in Mexico

Police in Oaxaca, Mexico, are investigating a deadly attack against three women inside a shrine to the Santa Muerte – an icon often worshiped by drug traffickers. → Read More

La Linea cartel blamed for attack that killed 2 officers, a federal agent, and 3 civilians

A top law-enforcement official is blaming a drug cartel for the murder of two Chihuahua state police officers, three civilians and a Mexican immigration agent. → Read More

Juarez police investigate pair of double homicides hours apart

Juarez police are investigating two double homicides occurring hours apart from each other in different parts of the city. In both cases, the victims were couples, the municipal police said. → Read More

Texans flock to cannabis dispensaries across New Mexico state line

People without a license cannot sell marijuana and it’s a crime to provide the substance to those under 21. Smoking can only take place in homes or designated areas. Recreational sales are banned in neighboring Texas and it’s illegal to bring any amount back to the state. → Read More

Northeast cartel will survive capture, extradition of ‘The Egg,’ expert says

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – The arrest and extradition of Juan Gerardo “El Huevo” Treviño Chavez is hardly the end of the powerful and ruthless Northeast drug cartel, a U.S. security expert says. The Associated Press on Tuesday reported the U.S.-born criminal nicknamed “The Egg” was flown to Tijuana and turned over to federal […] → Read More

Juarez ramps up security at soccer stadium in wake of bloody brawl in Queretaro

One of the teams whose fans were involved in last week’s bloody melee that shocked the soccer world and left 22 people injured in Queretaro, Mexico, is coming to Juarez on Friday, and local officials are taking steps to prevent violence. → Read More

Massacre in Mexico: 6 men, 3 women gunned down inside ‘drug house’

Nine people were killed by gunfire inside a home where drugs were sold, the governor of Puebla, Mexico, said Wednesday. → Read More