The One and Only Local 10 News Reporter Christina Vazquez takes viewers into some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the world, as the current migration of unaccompanied children from Honduras affects South Florida.

CRIME AND VIOLENCE

Honduran children live with permanent sense of danger

Honduras has the world's highest murder rate -- exceeding Syria and Afghanistan. Christian, 12, knows that a journey to the United States alone is like playing Russian roulette. But staying in Honduras may be just as dangerous. Learn more >>

CRIME AND VIOLENCE | MS-13 GANG

Mara Salvatrucha gang reigns terror in Honduras

The Mara Salvatrucha was born in the poor neighborhoods of East Los Angeles. The group started as a small teenage crew, but in the last three decades it has grown into a transnational criminal organization.  Learn more >>

CRIME AND VIOLENCE | M-18 GANG

Barrio 18 gang fights MS-13 gang to death in Honduras

Barrio 18 was a group of Mexican migrants that organized into a gang in the 1980s. A murder started the three-decade-long cycle of revenge murders against the Mara Salvatrucha. Learn more >>

ECONOMY IN HONDURAS

Lack of opportunity prompts kids to leave Honduras

Honduras is one of Latin America's poorest nations. Santana Quijada said that she doesn't think the economy will improve, and her grandson's future is bleak. Learn more >>

IMMIGRATION CRISIS

Human smugglers spread misinformation

Several Hondurans told Local 10 News that human traffickers were saying that children and their mothers would be allowed to stay legally in the U.S. Learn more >>

IMMIGRATION CRISIS | GOVERNMENT

Amid crisis, government runs marketing campaign

Honduran officials want the public to know about the dangers of sending unaccompanied children and teenagers illegally to the U.S.  Learn more >>

 INVESTIGATION PART 2Vazquez follows a U.S. trained Honduran elite unit that protects the border and learns about the legend of the ghost baby.