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Robin Blackburn

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Benjamin Muñoz and Abril Cardenas are pictured in a hospital room. Munoz suffered a broken leg and ankle when he and Cardenas jumped from a second-story window to escape the fire at Iconic Village apartments. Submitted photo

Lawsuit details revealed

The law firm representing Phillip Miranda, whose son James was killed in the Iconic Village apartment fire, has issued the details of two other plaintiffs’ experiences during the July 20

The South Texas Detention Center in Pearsall, Texas that the eight women were being takren to to reunite with their children. By GEO Group from Wikimedia Commons

Congressman asking ICE to explain their crash denial

Congressman Joaquin Castro is asking Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials to answer some questions related to an accident involving a van carrying eight women separated from their children. The

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