Once used to house workers from the Eagle Ford Shale oil fields, it will be converted to house up to 1,600 migrant children.
“You Can't Give a Friend a Hug": the Alleged Prison-like Conditions at the Largest U.S. Migrant Children’s Shelter
Attorneys for the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law filed a motion Friday that alleges “prison-like” conditions and questionable medical treatment at the facility.
"I don't think I can erase it from my life."
Head of controversial tent city says the Trump administration pressured him to detain more young migrants
“You can’t keep taking children in and not releasing them," the CEO of BCFS said in an exclusive interview.
Tornillo is being torn down, and fast.
The contractor running the shelter said all the children housed there should be heading to a parent or sponsor living within the U.S. by Jan. 15.
Exclusive: Workers in tent city for migrant children are not getting FBI fingerprint background checks
More than 2,000 workers in the tent city in Tornillo, Texas, have not received FBI background checks, even those directly caring for children.