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LIVE: Gov. Reynolds to detail Iowa troopers' mission on the Texas border

After spending more than two weeks in the region of Del Rio, Texas, a group of Iowa troopers has returned home. Gov. Kim Reynolds chose to send about two dozen Iowa Department of Public Safety members to the Texas-Mexico border after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott requested help with the growing migrant crisis. "I can tell you without hesitation that the Texas law enforcement ... were extremely grateful," Reynolds told reporters Tuesday. "Because they are tired, really tired. They're working around the clock with the numbers that are coming across the border." Reynolds said some of the troopers involved in the mission will details during a 10 a.m. Wednesday press conference at DPS headquarters. The governor will also brief the media about the mission. "They're going to talk about what they experienced down on the border," Reynolds said. "But I was proud to have our troopers there, they did a great job." Subscribe to Local 5 on YouTube: Add Local 5 on Roku: Download the We Are Iowa app: Get Local 5’s "5 Things to Know" email newsletter in your inbox: 'Like' Local 5 on Facebook: Follow Local 5 on Twitter: Follow Local 5 on Instagram:
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