Latinos comprise about 40% of the population in Texas, and their votes could be critical to races up and down the ballot. Campaigns are rediscovering the fact that there is no solid “Latino” bloc.
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With 8.5 million votes already cast, Texas may be the election's biggest mystery. Just days before Nov. 3, polls range from Trump by 5 points to Biden by 4.
Dr. Ogechika Alozie, chief medical officer of the Del Sol Medical Center in El Paso, talks about how the Texas city is handling the surge in COVID-19 cases.
Children housed at Texas Juvenile Justice Department, or TJJD, facilities routinely suffer sexual assault, physical abuse and other forms of mistreatment, according to a complaint sent to the U.S. Department of Justice by two Texas justice groups last week.
A mother in Lancaster, Pa., tried for years to help her grown son get consistent treatment for schizophrenia. Then, hoping to get him involuntarily committed for care, the family called the police.
Elections can be complicated, and the pandemic has only heightened the situation. Follow the latest news about all the races in North Texas and around the state.
This series profiles asylum-seeking families living in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, because of the "Remain in Mexico" immigration policy — stuck in legal limbo during a global pandemic.
The public radio stations that make up The Texas Newsroom are tracking cases and deaths based on counts from the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
"Gun Play," a new podcast from KERA and Guns & America, follows a Dallas youth theater company as they create an original play about guns during the deadliest year in U.S. history for school shootings.
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