Toxic water in South Texas colonias costs residents precious health and money

Posted on · For decades, residents of some of the poorest neighborhoods along the border have dealt with foul and even toxic drinking water, all while paying some of the highest prices for this basic need. Now, several hundred colonia residents are suing a company that they allege has routinely ignored their pleas for help and even ushered in a predatory market that profits off the problem.


Incommunicado In South Texas: Migrant Parents Await Reunification In Seclusion

Posted on · On the brink of being released from detention and reunited with children separated from them sometimes months ago, migrant parents are held at a South Texas facility in a sort of limbo — not free to leave, but without access to phones or commissary accounts that regular detainees get.