• November 28, 2021

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TNTM El Paso Comic Con 2016 review

Jack and Troy from ZiaComics.com review El Paso Comic Con (EPCON) 2016. Our hosts talk about the featured guests, cosplayers, panels, events, etc. They discus what went well and what could be improved. El Paso Comic Con is a pop culture phenomenon that brings the best in entertainment to West Texas. With celebrity guest panels, […]Read More

El Paso Comic Con 2016 sneak peek part 2

Jack and Troy from ZiaComics.com give you some information about the upcoming El Paso Comic Con (EPCON) 2016.  Our hosts talk about the featured guests, cosplayers, panels, events, etc. There is plenty planned to keep your interest. El Paso Comic Con is a pop culture phenomenon that brings the best in entertainment to West Texas. […]Read More

El Paso Comic Con (EPCON) 2016 preview

Jack and Troy from ZiaComics.com give you some information about the upcoming El Paso Comic Con (EPCON) 2016.  Our hosts talk about the featured guests, cosplayers, panels, events, etc. There is plenty planned to keep your interest. El Paso Comic Con is a pop culture phenomenon that brings the best in entertainment to West Texas. […]Read More

Border Communities Have Lower Crime Rates

LAREDO — It’s a scene repeated often in Texas towns along the Rio Grande: a white U.S. Border Patrol van sporting the agency’s trademark green stripe competing with a Laredo Police Department car at a busy Stripes convenience store. Just two miles away, a nondescript orange building tucked between a bus stop and the Mariscos […]Read More

Texas-Mexico Border apprehensions dipped in 2015

The number of people apprehended by immigration agents while trying to enter Texas illegally dropped by more than 35 percent during the federal government’s 2015 fiscal year, according to Department of Homeland Security statistics released Tuesday. U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents stopped some 210,470 people in Texas between October 2014 and September 2015, compared […]Read More

Border Patrol snags $1.5m in pot in Bootheel & Tornillo-area

Agents in New Mexico and west Texas were successful this week in derailing attempts to smuggle marijuana after they arrested four suspected smugglers and seized over  $1.5 million in marijuana using various technology. Shortly after 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 14, Border Patrol agents working in southwestern New Mexico – also known as the Bootheel […]Read More

O’Rourke, Pearce reintroduce bipartisan bill to protect Civil Rights of

WASHINGTON —  On Friday, Rep. Beto O’Rourke and Rep. Steve Pearce reintroduced bipartisan legislation that would bring accountability and oversight to the federal government’s $18 billion a year border enforcement functions. “We are reintroducing this bipartisan legislation because the border needs humane and rational policies that reflect the concerns of those who know it best, […]Read More

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