Julian Resendiz, KRQE News 13

Julian Resendiz

KRQE News 13

Contact Julian

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • KRQE News 13

Past articles by Julian:

Mass migrant crossing attempt was ‘senseless, irrational act,’ mayor says

Juarez officials to crack down on migrant activity near border crossings, will investigate allegations of sexual harassment of women motorists → Read More

Abducted Americans stepped into ‘hot zone’ of cartel warfare

The Mexican border city where four American citizens were abducted at gunpoint Friday is in the middle of a drug cartel war involving local groups and outside influences, a U.S. security expert says. → Read More

Soldiers allegedly kill 5 men in Nuevo Laredo, fire shots to disperse crowd

A human rights organization is asking the President of Mexico to investigate an early Sunday shooting in Nuevo Laredo that left five men dead, including a U.S. citizen, at the hands of the Mexican army. → Read More

Migrant arrivals increase twofold at Texas-Tamaulipas border

Mexican church leaders say they are seeing a steep increase in migrants coming to the border city of Nuevo Laredo in hopes of securing asylum in the United States. → Read More

Migrants turn back to Mexico after buses-to-Canada rumor debunked

Federal officials suspect the rumor of free bus trips to Canada is being spread by the same transnational criminal organizations that lured the migrants to the border in the first place. → Read More

Venezuelans crossing U.S. border en masse in El Paso

Several large groups of Venezuelan migrants have come over the border wall in El Paso in the last few hours. → Read More

Assault weapons ban clears New Mexico House committee

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is hailing committee passage of a bill to ban the sale of assault weapons in her state. → Read More

Irregular migration picking up again in West Texas-New Mexico region

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – Border agents are seeing the first consistent uptick in unauthorized migration since the number of encounters plummeted in early January in West Texas and New Mexico. January closed with an average of 930 daily encounters in the El Paso Sector compared to 1,798 for the month of December. That […] → Read More

Zacatecas on alert after mass killings reported on consecutive weekends

Authorities in Zacatecas have ramped up security in two contiguous towns where eight people were gunned down over the weekend. → Read More

Medical and ‘consular’ tourism picks up in Juarez

Medical tourism is up in Juarez after a couple of slim years brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Dental offices, general medicine practitioners and some specialty surgeons are the ones benefiting the most. → Read More

Mexicans, Venezuelans charged with transporting 30 migrants to stash houses

Two Venezuelan nationals are facing smuggling charges in connection with a migrant stash house operation in Central El Paso. → Read More

International groups want Mexico to find missing environmental activists

Human rights activists say more than 100,000 people in Mexico are missing after being targeted by criminals. A lawyer who represents families displaced from their farms and a teacher who opposed illegal mining in the state of Michoacan joined the list a few days ago. → Read More

Arizona gun dealers ask judge to dismiss Mexican government lawsuit

Gun dealers in Arizona have asked a federal judge to toss out Mexico’s lawsuit accusing them of selling weapons used by drug cartels to kill people south of the border. → Read More

Trucker allegedly tried to smuggle 57 Guatemalan children to border

The Mexican government is investigating a driver allegedly caught smuggling 57 Guatemalan children to the border in the back of a cargo truck. → Read More

Crime, inflation fueling new surge of Ecuadorians migrating to U.S.

Irregular migration from Ecuador picked up at the end of last year, after a substantial decrease through most of the fiscal year 2022. → Read More

U.S. manufacturers to get high-tech workers in Juarez

The state of Chihuahua, the Juarez Maquiladora Association (Index), and the Juarez Technological University (UTCJ) are starting a high-tech training program for current and future maquiladora employees. → Read More

ACLU: New Biden migrant ‘travel ban’ illegal

The Biden administration is shutting the door on thousands of asylum-seekers who show up at America’s doorstep after long, dangerous treks through other countries, immigration advocates say. → Read More

Mexico bans public smoking, tobacco ads; businesses say they’ll sue

Mexico on Sunday banned smoking in virtually all public spaces. Juarez officials say that will protect the public from second-hand smoke and encourage more El Paso families to visit their city. But restauranteurs fear they will lose business and are getting ready to sue the federal government. → Read More

Activists want National Guard, DPS out of El Paso

Migrant advocacy groups want the Texas National Guard out of El Paso, and they’re also calling on local officials to pass a resolution opposing Gov. Greg Abbott’s use of taxpayers’ money to fund Operation Lone Star. → Read More

El Paso to let migrant disaster declaration expire

With migrant encounters way down along the border and some shelters already empty, the City of El Paso will allow a 30-day disaster declaration to expire in the next few days. → Read More