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Texas Attorney General Paxton sues San Antonio over sanctuary cities law

AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the state ... who argues the law pushes victims and witnesses of crime “back into the shadows.” San Antonio quickly challenged the law in court. A thre... read more

Texas Sues San Antonio In First Test Of Sanctuary City Immigration Crackdown

AUSTIN, Texas ― State Attorney General Ken Paxton sued ... unauthorized migrants on Dec. 23, 2017. When San Antonio Police Chief William McManus appeared at the crime scene, he said he had jurisdictio... read more

Texas attorney general sues SAPD chief, city for releasing suspected undocumented immigrants

The Texas Attorney General has sued the City of San Antonio and Police Chief William McManus for ... "The City has a long history of cooperating with federal authorities and we will continue to do so. ... read more

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Customers claim San Antonio event center has taken thousands of dollars from families

On San Antonio ... the BBB and state Attorney General’s office. Customers we spoke to have also filed reports with police. However, we are not naming the owner of Andreia Hall as he has not been charg... read more


Investigators hint that deadly San Marcos fire was a crime

Five victims were found dead in the rubble after the flames were extinguished — Dru Estes, 20, of San Antonio ... omissions or negligence of others over whom they have no control or legal responsibili... read more

“Texas Seven” Escapee Set for Execution

On Dec. 13, 2000, the Texas Seven broke out of a maximum-security prison near San Antonio ... to another crime – such as robbery – that results in murder to be held responsible even if they were not i... read more

Carla Stefaniak: Body found in Costa Rica identified by family as missing Florida woman

Officials say that Martínez had the time and space to commit this crime ... lawyer released the following statement: "Since 2013, Villa Le Mas has operated a small vacation rental facility located at ... read more

Families still being separated at border — months after Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy reversed

Over the last three ... separation policy. An attorney on the border, Thelma O. Garcia, said she represented a 6-year-old Salvadoran boy named Wilder Hilario Maldonado Cabrera, who was in a temporary ... read more

State attorney general sues city of San Antonio alleging violation of SB4

“The attorney general’s characterizations of what happened that day are clearly aimed at furthering a political agenda. The city has a long history of cooperating with federal authorities, and we will ... read more

EWTN wins lawsuit over HHS contraception mandate

Attorneys for EWTN and the Department of Justice negotiated ... The Holy See directed last week that the oldest Catholic parish of the Anglican Use, located in San Antonio, will be transferred from th... read more

Five years of Dateline’s Missing in America: 109 still missing

To remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers of South West Alabama at ... the families of five young men who went missing in the San Francisco, California area over the past several years still hav... read more

Families are still being separated at the border, months after “zero tolerance” was reversed

Salvadoran immigrant Wilder Hilario Maldonado Cabrera, 6, (left) and others enter the Washington Square building for his immigration court hearing in San Antonio on Wednesday ... as justification. Ove... read more



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