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Sep 21 2021
An influx of migrants crossing the Rio Grande River into Texas has created a crisis in the town of Del Rio. Over 16,000 unauthorized migrants were reportedly present at a makeshift camp under a bridge in Del Rio over the weekend. Border Patrol agents have started to apprehend migrants, and roughly 1,000 had been deported to Haiti as of Tuesday. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro MayorkasCNN (Opinion) New York Post (Opinion)
Sep 23 2021
Over 15,000 unauthorized migrants who crossed the Rio Grande River into Texas congregated at a makeshift camp in the small border town of Del Rio over the past week.
The migrants, many of them Haitian, are awaiting processing or apprehension at the camp, where food and utilities are reportedly scarce. A Wednesday report quoting several anonymous officials said thousands of unauthorizedAllSides Staff
Sep 23 2021
DEL RIO, Texas—The flood of illegal immigrants that has crossed over the Rio Grande River since mid-September is straining the hospital and other resources in this small Texas border city.
Del Rio has a population of about 35,000. Some 16,000 illegal aliens have entered the city in the past week or so, according to Texas officials.
The hospital is concerned about the situation,The Epoch Times
Sep 24 2021
Biden administration officials are struggling to explain a massive influx of Haitian migrants, failing to reconcile what is happening at the southern border and what President Joe Biden’s aides have said.
Administration officials insist the thousands of Haitian migrants turning up in Del Rio, Texas, are being expelled from the United States upon their arrival.
“If you come to theWashington Examiner
Feb 13 2024
DELAWARE – The Delaware Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a ruling in ex-Auditor Kathleen McGuiness’ appeal of her 2022 conviction on corruption charges. The Court’s ruling upholds one of McGuiness’ convictions and remands a second to the Superior Court. The ruling noted that “Notwithstanding the defendant’s inflamed rhetoric, the record amply demonstrates that she received a fair trial.” “WeABC 47 WMDT
Feb 16 2024
How will Delaware's new recreational marijuana industry operate? The state Office of the Marijuana Commissioner is taking the first steps in developing the business rules. The OMC is responsible for adopting rules and regulations to implement the Delaware Marijuana Control Act, which makes it legal for people 21 and older to use marijuana recreationally. There is currently an opportunity forWDEL
Feb 14 2024
One in five Delawareans are over age 65, and a legislative Caucus on Aging is forming to address issues that affect seniors and their caregivers. The bipartisan forum meets for the first time Thursday at 11 a.m. at Legislative Hall. The meeting will also be available virtually. The Delaware Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities will give a presentation on TheWDEL
Feb 21 2024
Sep 24 2021
The last migrants camping under the Del Rio International Bridge, which connects Texas and Mexico, departed on Friday, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced during a White House press briefing.
Driving the news: Thousands of migrants, mostly from Haiti, had arrived to the makeshift camp after crossing the southern border seeking asylum. Roughly 1,800 migrants will nowAxios
Feb 21 2024
After months of consideration, Oklahoma County Commissioners finally picked a site for the new Oklahoma County Detention Center. However, commissioners had several properties on the list to consider, with strong opposition from those who live on the city’s east side. After months of consideration, Oklahoma County Commissioners finally picked a site for the new Oklahoma County Detention CenterNews 9 Oklahoma