El Paso/ Community & Society
Published on October 31, 2019
Top El Paso news: Walmart unveils memorial plans; alleged ICE impersonator denied bond; morePhoto: Visit El Paso/Flickr

Missed the most recent top news in El Paso? Read on for everything you need to know.

Leaders of organized labor reject White House immigration policies

Labor union leaders from across the United States rallied this morning in El Paso in a show of solidarity with local workers, migrants in detention centers and asylum seekers sent back to Mexico.

Read the full story on FOX 5 San Diego.

Despite decline in arrests, border still in crisis, CBP leader says

Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan on Tuesday stood in front of the border wall south of Downtown El Paso — with nearly 100 Border Patrol, National Guard and CBP officers in the background to announce 2019 migrant apprehension numbers. 

Read the full story on KGET - TV 17 Bakersfield.

El Paso Walmart unveils plans for memorial

Walmart has unveiled its plans for a permanent memorial to honor the 22 victims shot inside the El Paso store on Aug. 3, 2019. 

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

Victim’s family sues accused El Paso shooter, his family and 8chan

The family of a victim killed in the August mass shooting at an El Paso, TX, Walmart, Inc. store is suing the accused gunman, his parents and grandparents and the online message board 8chan.

Read the full story on The Wall Street Journal.

Judge denies bond to El Paso man indicted on charge of posing as ICE agent

A magistrate judge in El Paso on Wednesday denied bond to a man indicted on charges of impersonating a federal agent.

Read the full story on FOX 5 San Diego.

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