11 killed in home in Mexican border city across from El Paso

The state's attorney's office in the northern Mexico border state of Chihuahua is investigating the killing of 11 people inside a home in Ciudad Juarez across the border from El Paso, Texas
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14 Las Cruces residents suspected of drug trafficking

Authorities say they have arrested 13 Las Cruces residents suspected of participating in a heroin trafficking circle
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2 killed in 3-vehicle crash involving police car in Colorado

The Colorado State Patrol says two people have died in a crash in El Paso County that involved three vehicles, including a sheriff's patrol car
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2 US-Mexico border communities fight may create new city

Two U.S.-Mexico border communities in New Mexico _ one wealthy, one poor _ are locked in a legal fight that may result in the creation of a city
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20 passengers hurt when charter bus runs off West Texas road

Twenty people have been taken to El Paso hospitals for treatment after a charter bus ran off a road southeast of the city
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911 calls detail aftermath of deadly New Mexico bus crash

Some callers were breathless and others were crying as they flooded emergency phone lines to report the aftermath of a deadly commercial passenger bus crash on a dark New Mexico highway
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A breakdown of families separated at the US-Mexico border

A breakdown of families separated at the US-Mexico border
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Administration tries to meet deadline to reunite families

Trump administration works to meet court deadline to reunite migrant families
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Administration: 1,820 children reunited after border split

The Trump administration says more than 1,800 children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border have been reunited with parents and sponsors but hundreds remain apart
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Agency looks to fill hundreds of job vacancies on border

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the largest law enforcement agency in the country, has hundreds of vacancies for law enforcement officers to fill nationwide, and El Paso and Columbus, New Mexico, are among the areas where there are job openings
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Alaska Native corporations contract in border control work

Several Alaska Native corporations and their subsidiaries are contracted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in work involving detaining and guarding migrants, patrolling the nation's borders and maintaining detention centers
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Alleged Juarez cartel assassin extradited to New Mexico

An alleged assassin of the Juarez Cartel has been extradited from Mexico to Albuquerque in connection with a 2008 brutal slaying of a 53-year-old man
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Ankle monitors for immigrants almost universally disliked

Even as more and more captured immigrants are fitted with electronic monitoring devices, the practice has drawn criticism from both sides
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AP FACT CHECK: O'Rourke gets money through PAC, not from it

AP FACT CHECK: Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke is not violating his pledge not to take money from a PAC, but he's taking money through one
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Appeals court: No immunity for agent in cross-border killing

A federal appeals court has ruled that a Border Patrol agent who fatally shot a Mexican teen on the other side of the border doesn't have immunity and can be sued by the boy's family
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Arizona clergy call activists to support migrants on border

Arizona clergy are calling activists to gather this weekend at the state's border with Mexico and leave large bottles of water on remote trails for Central American migrants who continue to cross the desert during the dangerously hot summer
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Arkansas sees demand grow for Latino-influenced theater

Arkansas sees demand grow for Latino-influenced theater as the LatinX Theatre Project and Hamlet Grupo de Teatro work to gain nonprofit status and more funding
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Arrest shows challenge of keeping rogues off Border Patrol

Arrest highlights Border Patrol's challenge of keeping rogue agents off its force
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As more immigrants wear monitors, effectiveness is disputed

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is issuing thousands of the 5.5-ounce geolocating devices, used to monitor immigrants accused of entering the country illegally.
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Attempted murder charge for man in Colorado officer shooting

An Iraqi refugee has been charged with attempted murder in the Aug. 2 shooting of a Colorado Springs police officer.
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Authorities identify 18-year-old man killed during shootout

Authorities have identified the 18-year-old man who died in a shootout with a police SWAT team at a home east of Colorado Springs
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Authorities identify boy pulled from Colorado pool

Authorities have identified the 5-year-old boy who died after nearly drowning in a pool at a Colorado Springs apartment complex last week
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Authorities: 2 dead, 2 wounded in shootings at pot grows

Authorities in southern Colorado say two people were killed and two others, including a deputy, were wounded in shootings involving alleged illegal marijuana operations
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Authorities: Close to $100K found after deadly bus crash

Authorities investigating a deadly commercial passenger bus crash along a New Mexico highway say one of the passengers was carrying a backpack filled with almost $100,000 in cash
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Border Protection says NYC mayor crossed border illegally

U.S. Customs and Border Protection alleges that New York Mayor Bill de Blasio illegally crossed from Mexico into the U.S. while visiting the Texas border in June
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Boxing club in West Texas helps build bodies, character

Ramon Franco has been teaching boys how to box for 13 years at Odessa Boxing Club in an effort to build young bodies and character
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Carla Provost is named Border Patrol's first female chief

Carla Provost is named the U.S. Border Patrol's first female chief in its 94-year-history
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Clock ticks toward reuniting families separated at border

The Trump administration raced against a court-imposed deadline Thursday to reunite families who were forcibly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border
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Colorado black market marijuana: Are cartels wrongly blamed?

A frequently used criticism by law enforcement of Colorado's legalized marijuana industry is that it invited dangerous drug cartels into the state, where they operate in black market shadows
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Colorado deputy charged in crash that killed 2 people

The Colorado State Patrol has cited an El Paso County deputy sheriff with four misdemeanor counts for his role in a crash that killed two people near Colorado Springs
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Colorado deputy on leave after crash that killed 2 people

A Colorado sheriff's deputy is on paid administrative leave while the highway patrol investigates his role in a crash that killed two people near Colorado Springs
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Colorado Editorial Roundup

A roundup of newspaper editorials from around Colorado
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Colorado police officer critically wounded in shootout

A police officer was critically wounded in a shootout in Colorado Springs after responding to a report of gunfire
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Colorado Springs police officer shot and critically wounded

Officials in central Colorado say a Colorado Springs police officer was shot and critically wounded early Thursday
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Colorado Springs teen haunted by 10 friends' deaths

Cristen Baird wears her memories of the dead wrapped around her right wrist - brightly colored silicone bands belying their meaning - stacked 5 inches high on her forearm
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Cruz, O'Rourke getting combative in close Texas Senate race

The surprisingly close U.S. Senate race in Texas is getting even more combative, and Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke are staking their chances on two sharply different visions.
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Dozens of immigrant children will be reunited with parents

Parents prepare to reunite with children under 5 years old as court-ordered deadline arrives, weeks or longer after being separated at the border
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El Paso County settles lawsuit over jail injuries

El Paso County has agreed to a $675,000 payout to a woman who claimed that deputies had pulled her legs out from under her and shoved her to the floor
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El Paso Mexican Grill must pay $654,000 in back wages

A Mexican restaurant chain in Louisiana has been ordered to pay $654,000 in back wages to employees
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El Paso's landmark Ranger Peak aerial tram closed to public

El Paso's landmark Wyler Aerial Tramway, which has carried passengers to the peak of the Franklin Mountains for the past six decades, has been closed to public use indefinitely
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Flash flooding prompts evacuations in Manitou Springs

Residents in Manitou Springs are seeking higher ground as a severe storm pummels the area
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Former Colorado deputy who molested young boy avoids prison

A former El Paso County sheriff's deputy who molested a young boy has avoided prison as part of a plea deal
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Former Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman dies

Former Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman, who served under President George W. Bush, has died
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Former Las Cruces officer gets probation for extortion

A former Las Cruces police officer who pleaded no contest to extorting a woman by offering to delete explicit photos in exchange for sex has been sentenced
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Government falls short of deadline to reunite kids, parents

Some immigrant toddlers are back in the arms of their parents, but others remain in detention facilities
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Government to expand, extend Texas tent shelter for children

The U.S. government says a west Texas tent shelter for immigrant children who have recently crossed the southwest border will remain open through the end of the year
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ICE issuing more immigrant ankle monitors. But do they work?

The shift away from a policy that separated immigrant families crossing into the United States illegally now means that many parents and children are quickly released _ but most aren't fully freed
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Immigrant parents happy but traumatized after kids returned

Reunions between immigrant parents, children mixed with joy, trauma of kids being taken from them
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Judge temporarily halts deportation of reunified families

A federal judge has ordered a temporary halt to deportations of immigrant families who are reunited after being separated at the border
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LA judge appoints monitor to evaluate border facilities

A federal judge in Los Angeles will appoint an independent monitor to evaluate conditions for immigrant children in U.S border facilities in Texas.
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