With numerous issues left unresolved after the second round of talks, many will look for word that this session reached a positive turning point.
Two local San Antonio business leaders will accompany a private plane full of supplies to aid disaster victims in Mexico.
San Antonio will launch a community-wide effort to provide relief to Mexico City which was shook by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake Tuesday.
Founded in 2006, Volaris currently offers more destinations from Mexico into the U.S. than any other Mexican airline.
The San Antonio International Airport reported record-high traffic in July, it hosted about 848,000 domestic passengers throughout the month.
Undocumented immigrants fleeing the brunt of the Tropical Storm Harvey also have to contend with anxiety over possible deportation.
Some say the potential for business in a Texas-Mexico economic region is limitless – and could be a big win for energy consumers as well.
It’s currently monsoon season in El Paso, Texas, but the skies over the Santa Fe Bridge were clear Thursday when a delegation of business and government leaders from the U.S. crossed into Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, for the second day of the annual U.S-Mexico Border Summit.
Ambassador Reyna Torres Mendívil, the new Consul General of Mexico in San Antonio, hit the ground running from the moment she took her post.
Immigrant deaths surged to 80% between 1999 and 2012, while apprehensions – which serve as a measure of illegal entry – declined by 77%.