The top local stories this evening from KERA News: Dallas County could eventually host some of the immigrant children who've been separated from their parents along the Texas-Mexico border.
The boys live in white tents in the North Chihuahuan desert. At least once a day, they are allowed to play soccer in a dry dirt clearing that’s flanked by a large metal storage container, and in spots, portable toilets.
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