SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Two farm groups are suing the state of Washington for failing to revise emergency regulations that seek to protect migrant farm workers from the COVID-19 virus. The groups filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Yakima County Superior…
PASCO, Wash. — Columbia Basin College was approved for a $2.3 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education. This funding will be used to supplement the High School Equivalency Program (HEP), which enables members of the community to obtain…
What strikes Lauren Kostes is the silence.
After months of outcry over splitting up migrant families at the border, the US government has until 6 p.m. ET today to reunite all eligible families that it separated.
Americans young and old took to the streets of US cities Saturday to say "Families Belong Together" nearly two months after the Trump administration implemented its "zero tolerance" policy toward undocumented immigrants, prompting the separation of thousands of children from their parents.
Immigration attorneys say not much has changed for their clients being held in detention centers, despite President Donald Trump signing an executive order to stop separating children from parents illegally crossing the border.
Twenty children who had been separated from their parents after crossing the US-Mexico border recently arrived at a foster care facility just outside New York City -- and the first thing they wanted to know was if their parents were alright.
One is a former hospital. Another is a retrofitted superstore. One is a tent city with the capacity to grow.