Texas Abortion Clinics to Remain Open

Texas Abortion Clinics to Remain Open

Texas’ 19 abortion clinics will remain open. The Supreme Court refused to allow the state to enforce restrictions that would force at least 10 clinics to close down.

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Hidalgo County Crews Helping Residents in Need

Hidalgo County Crews Helping Residents in Need

Hidalgo County workers are helping residents that have been affected by recent flooding. The county is passing out flyers with information to raise awareness of flooding dangers.

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Insurance Company Cancels Customer s Insurance

Insurance Company Cancels Customer’s Insurance

The family called the insurance company, United Healthcare, and they told them that the payment was received, but it was not posted. CHANNEL 5 NEWS contacted the company; they said the company had a technical issue.

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La Villa Properties Infested with Bees

La Villa Properties Infested with Bees

Hundreds of honey bees built their hive around a home next to Rodriguez’s. The home is abandoned. He called the city for help with this problem.

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RGV Cities Notify Property Owners to Cut Overgrown Grass

Valley Cities Notify Property Owners to Cut Overgrown Grass

Rio Grande Valley cities are sending letters to residents informing them to maintain a clean yard. . To report an overgrown lawn, residents can call their city office.

Cameron County Warns Residents about Bee Safety

Cameron County Warns Residents about Bee Safety

Cameron County is warning residents about the potential of aggressive bee attacks this summer. A San Benito farmer was killed yesterday after he encountered a bee hive.

FEMA Extends El Nino Declaration

Disaster Declaration Extended

Hidalgo County judge confirmed the disaster declaration will be extended. The extension could help anyone with damage to their homes that were previously denied.

Witnesses Say Driver Intentionally Hit Teen

Teen Hospitalized After Being Hit By Car

The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office is searching for suspects in a hit-and-run that left a 16-year-old girl hospitalized. It happened early Sunday morning at a home on Mile 13 1/2, just north of Weslaco.

All RGV Counties Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

All RGV Counties Issuing Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Some same-sex couples may not be able to get married if counties abide by what Texas’ Attorney General has told local clerks. Ken Paxton said clerks can still refuse to issue same-sex couples marriage licenses, if it violates their own religious beliefs.

Hidalgo County Continues Flood Repairs

Hidalgo County Continues Flood Repairs

Commissioner Joseph Palacios said county crews will handle the final five affected areas on their own. Stagnant water is still standing in the Cesar Chavez area of Alberta Road in Edinburg.

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  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection arrested a woman in connection with a failed…

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection arrested a woman in connection with a failed smuggling attempt of five people from Mexico at the Hidalgo International Bridge. The incident occurred on June 27. Three adults, an eight-year-old and a two-year-old were in the car. The passengers were sent back to Mexico and the driver was detained, and she is now pending an appearance before a judge.

  • An inmate mistakenly released from a Texas jail was caught in New Mexico after days…

    An inmate mistakenly released from a Texas jail was caught in New Mexico after days on the run. Ernest Ray Zavala is back at the Lubbock County Detention Center. He was wrongly freed June 23; the clerical error was discovered Friday. Officials said Zavala was captured Sunday at a motel in Hobbs, New Mexico. Zavala was convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm and as a career criminal.

  • A campaign worker who admitted to buying votes with drugs and cash, during the…

    A campaign worker who admitted to buying votes with drugs and cash, during the Donna School District Race in 2012, voluntarily surrendered to authorities today. Rebecca Gonzalez was sentenced to four months in jail and four months under house arrest. Another worker, Veronica Saldivar, received a sentence of eight months in jail.

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