Travelers Continue to Experience Delays and Cancellations

Travelers Continue to Experience Delays and Cancellations

Winter weather in North Texas continues to impact travel. A flight headed to McAllen from Dallas that was delayed was eventually cancelled. All the flights from McAllen to DFW were cancelled on Friday.

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Man Convicted for Attempted Illegal Voting

Man Convicted for Attempted Illegal Voting

A man is convicted for an illegal voting case from an election back in 2008. He served as an election judge. The alleged election fraud took place in Progreso. Jorge Luis Martinez pleaded guilty to 6 misdemeanor counts of attempted illegal voting.

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Investigators Search for Home Invasion Suspects

Investigators Search for Home Invasion Suspects

Sheriff's investigators are searching for suspects in a home invasion that left a homeowner injured. The crime happened at approximately 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 2800 Block of Casados Drive near Mission.

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Suspension Bridge in Roma Could Be Torn Down

Officials in Roma said a historical landmark is in jeopardy of being torn down. The suspension bridge connects the city of Roma to its neighboring Mexican community of Miguel Aleman.

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City Wants to Save Historic Bridge

City Wants to Save Historic Bridge

The historical Roma bridge could lose over $1 million set aside to restore it. City officials said the historical landmark is in jeopardy of being torn down. City leaders are not ready to give up on their old Roma suspension bridge.

State Does Not Regulate Gravesites on Private Land

State Does Not Regulate Gravesites on Private Land

The abandoned gravesite of World War II veteran James Robison in Rio Hondo sits near private farmland and a dirt road. CHANNEL 5 NEWS reached out the Texas Commission on Funeral Services.

Woman Charged in Baby s Death in Donna

Woman Charged in Baby's Death

A woman is behind bars for the death of a baby in Donna. The infant died in October of last year. Yamilet Riojas is charged with criminally negligent homicide and two counts of endangering a child.

Lights Added Along Tower Road

Lights Added Along Tower Road

City officials said a new light project will make the city safer. Crews are installing 40 solar lights along Tower Road from Business 83 to Nebraska Road. City Manager Luciano Ozuna Jr. said the lights will be up and running next week.

Money Missing from PTO in Mercedes

Money Missing from PTO in Mercedes

Money is reportedly missing from the Mercedes Parent Teacher Organization. Police are investigating. David Ysquierdo is president of the Mercedes PTO. He volunteered for the position. His daughter attends the Mercedes Early Childhood Center.

Report Highlights Dangers Along the Border

Report Highlights Dangers Along the Border

A "law-enforcement sensitive" report highlights dangers in the region the public was never told. The Texas Department of Public Safety sent out a report to lawmakers. The report was not to be made public, but it was leaked out. 

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  • One Dallas Animal Services worker has been fired and another was suspended for two…

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    One Dallas Animal Services worker has been fired and another was suspended for two days without pay after four dogs wrongly were euthanized. A city statement yesterday says the workers should have used more prudence in the documentation and record verification process. The dogs were euthanized on December 30th.

  • Three people face charges after the driver of a stolen car backed into a Dallas-area…

    Three people face charges after the driver of a stolen car backed into a Dallas-area police officer before being shot by another officer yesterday in DeSoto. The Dallas County Sheriff's Office on Friday identified the suspects as Carl Meyer, Paul Lee and his sister, Amanda Michelle Lee.

  • As many as 10 trains weekly have been coming into Texas carrying a million gallons…

    As many as 10 trains weekly have been coming into Texas carrying a million gallons or more of Northern Plains crude oil that's been involved in fiery derailments in the U.S. and Canada. Details on the shipments were released Friday by the Texas Attorney General's Office under a public records request from the Associated Press.

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