A professor in Social Work at the University of Texas at El Paso, who has interviewed some of the unaccompanied Central American children who've crossed the U.S. border, is speaking to NewsChannel 9 about the state of their psyches.
By Staff Sgt. Candice Harrison, 24th Press Camp Headquarters
More than 29 years ago, a well-timed phone call made by an Army recruiter started Tyrone Harris, human resources assistant at the El Paso, Texas, Military Entrance Processing Station, on his military journey.
Las Cruces Police arrested two men after they thought the pair was involved in a domestic disturbance early Wednesday morning, but after investigating, police discovered the two were allegedly involved in a separate shoplifting incident.