HOUSTON — Central American men separated from their children and held in a detention facility outside Houston are being told they can reunite with their kids at the airport if they agree to sign a voluntary deportation order now, according to one migrant at the facility and two immigration attorneys who have spoken to detainees there.
KERA received two first-place awards and one second from the Public Radio News Directors Inc. (PRNDI) on Saturday night. Texas stations won 14 in all, including first place for the Texas Station Collaborative's coverage of Hurricane Harvey.
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