North Texas campgrounds to host hundreds of migrant children

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NORTH TEXAS - Soon, some North Texas campgrounds will be bustling with activity. Hundreds of children -- 500 at Ellis County's Lakeview Camp, 200 at Kaufman County's Sabine Creek Ranch --  and hundreds more adult staffers are set to arrive sometime in the next week, sent here by the federal government.

The kids are all undocumented immigrants, all under the age of 18.  They're here without their parents, without a place to stay, and don't know what their futures hold as they wait for their immigration hearings.

The campgrounds will host the children for up to 21 days while the Feds figure out the next step.