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HOUSTON (AP) — Flags from the U.S., Texas and Mexico flew at half staff Friday as a white, horse-drawn carriage embellished with white flowers brought in the custom green casket that carried the remains of a slain soldier.
“This is not Mexico,” Chambers County Precinct 2 Commissioner Mark Tice said.
“I feel like my rights are just being, you know, violated.”
@HighTechAztec dropping knowledge.
During the demonstration, relatives and friends of John wore white T-shirts with a picture of him and the hashtag #JusticeforJohn.
‘Justice for John Hernandez’ Billboard Goes Up in Houston Ahead of Trial Date for Couple Charged With Murdering Him
“He was a father, a son, a friend.”
“The purpose of instructional material is not to undermine our educational system.”
In a Facebook video posted on Thursday, a Venezuelan-born woman describes what happened when she took her mother to the airport in Houston
As part of yesterday’s #USTired2 national protests against Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, this YouTube video was tweeted to us today by @asambleahouston:
The following video of three Houston Independent School District (HISD) police officers has led to controversy at Sam Houston High School this week. Yesterday, Ixel Perez, the student in the video, spoke to local Houston media about what she said happened: video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Perez said it all started because she refused to […]
Remember that Houston middle school principal who got slammed for telling students that they could not speak Spanish in school? Looks like she lost her job. We first found out via Twitter last night from those who were following the story: @HighTechAztec @KHOU @abc13houston @Univision @NPAirwaves #HempsteadmiddleSchool Principal contract nonrenewal approved #HempsteadISD — Tony Diaz […]
You HAVE to be kidding us. Guess not. This is from local Houston news. We have now seen everything.
Originally published at JulioRVarela.com I am tired. I am tired of how the US mainland media continues to portray the island-territory of Puerto Rico with one broad brushstroke—that it is a new hotbed of violence and chaos. Recently, Fortune’s Cyrus Sanati told U.S. billionaires to “beware” of Puerto Rico, saying that the island “has a bevy […]
The “Latino vote” is the Holy Grail of politics, and locking it down is more difficult than people seem to have anticipated. A breakdown of why viewing Latino voters as a monolith is a mistake.
GOP donors spent millions to unseat Hidalgo, a Democrat who leads the state’s most populous county, and take back a seat they lost four years ago. Republican Alexandra del Moral Mealer conceded the race Wednesday morning.
When reports of a shooting at Jefferson High School in San Antonio sent the school into lockdown on September 20, fearful parents attempting to enter the school clashed with police officers outside. After Parkland and Uvalde, parents have every right to distrust the police.
Former San Antonio police officer James Brennand, 25, has been charged in the shooting of Erik Cantu, 17, in a McDonald’s parking lot on October 2. The charges — two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon by a public servant— are felonies and could increase if Cantu doesn’t survive his injuries.
On Sunday, a San Antonio Police officer opened fire on a teen who had been eating in his car at a McDonald’s parking lot. Video released by SAPD shows the officer opening the driver-side door and ordering 17-year-old Erik Cantu out of the car without first identifying himself.
A federal appeals court Wednesday ordered a lower court review of Biden administration revisions to a program preventing the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought into the United States as children.