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Watch: Hurricane Winds Pummel Texas Coastal City

As authorities and local residents braced for the arrival of Hurricane Harvey, extremely strong winds began shaking this coastal city. Police officers stopped their patrolling operation and moved to secure facilities as the storm winds increased.

Mexican Politician Climbed Border Fence to Mock Trump’s Wall

A Mexican politician tried to draw media attention by climbing on top of the border fence that divides Tijuana and San Diego as a way to mock the building of President Donald Trump’s border wall. The Mexican politician tried to use the stunt as a way to promote his own ideas about immigration.

Cubans in Mexico

Cubans Stranded at Border Hope for Trump Welcome

NUEVO LAREDO, Tamaulipas — The dream of arriving to the U.S. under the Wet Foot-Dry Foot policy has turned into a nightmare after hundreds of Cubans have been left stranded at the Texas-Mexico border. The islanders have a 20-day permit from the Mexican government to travel north that leaves them subject to deportation thereafter.

VIDEO: Mexican TV Truck Purportedly Runs Over Child in Gas Price Riots

MONTERREY, Nuevo León — A Mexican TV truck that had been covering the ongoing protests over recent spikes in gas prices apparently plowed into a line of protesters, running over a 10-year-old boy. Mexican authorities have not charged anyone in connection with the case; local news outlets have remained silent and the TV station has not released any statements about the incident.

EXCLUSIVE: Texas Shrimpers Net Cuban Mummy

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Authorities continue to search for answers as to how a raft with the mummified body of a Cuban national floated to the Texas coast. It remains unclear how many may have drowned along the way.

Mexican Governor Demands Boycott of Texas

MONTERREY, Nuevo Leon — As a result of President-Elect Donald Trump’s deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana, a Mexican border governor is calling on his residents to boycott Texas in retaliation.

Gulf Cartel Cash Smugglers Fear Reprisal After Texas Bust

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Federal and local authorities continue to look into the how a pair of men tied to Mexico’s Gulf Cartel tried to move more than half a million dollars. The failed smuggling attempt has resulted in some safety concerns for the suspects involved.

Texas Police Raid Marijuana Growing Operation

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A man and his stepson have been accused of using their house in the city of Alice as an underground marijuana growing facility. During a recent raid, authorities found more than 60 plants that were allegedly being grown by the two men.