TEA Investigating Donna ISD update

TEA Investigating Donna ISD

The Texas Education Agency is investigating the Donna Independent School District after several district employees were accused of having sexual relations with students. A fourth person was fired last week for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with students.

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Investigators Release Photos of Person of Interest

Investigators Release Photos of Person of Interest

Hidalgo County investigators are looking for a person of interest in several auto theft cases. They have released four different photos of the man while driving across the bridge.

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Robbery Suspect Didn t Expect Clerk to React

Clerk's Reaction Floors Robbery Suspect

Weslaco police need the public’s help to catch a robbery suspect. The robbery was simple - get in, grab the cash register and get out. The suspect did not count on the store’s clerk fighting back.

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Fire Damages Storage Units

Fire Damages Storage Units

A fire damaged several storage units in San Juan. Fire officials say some 20 units were destroyed in Sunday's fire at 1st Choice Storage. The rental agreement states that the storage company is not responsible for any fire damage.

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Militia Member in Court Arguing for Dismissal

Militia Member in Court Arguing for Dismissal

A man described as a militia member by federal agents and charged with possessing multiple weapons was in court this afternoon arguing for a dismissal. Kevin Massey was indicted by a grand jury late last year. He was charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

Point Isabel ISD Working to Make Policy Changes

Point Isabel ISD Working to Make Policy Changes

The Point Isabel Independent School District is working to make policy changes after a child walked away from a campus with no one noticing. The child walked away from Garriga Elementary School.

Oklahoma Church Turned into Temporary Classrooms

Moore Church Turned into Temporary Classrooms

People in Moore, Oklahoma continue to clean up after Wednesday's tornado. Southgate Elementary was damaged. Those 610 students returned to class on Monday. A Baptist church was converted into a temporary school over the weekend.

State Investigates Medical Helicopter Company

State Investigates Medical Helicopter Company

The state just opened an investigation into a medical helicopter company after a Rio Grande Valley man died. The Texas Department of State Health Services confirms it has an investigation into Air Evac Lifeteam.

Feds Plan for Extra Traffic for Holy Week

Bridge Authorities Plan for Extra Traffic During Holy Week

The feds are stepping up their game for Holy week. Added officers will ensure all possible lanes at border bridges are open. Border Patrol agents will be positioned at some border bridges to help with the flow.

Another Large Crowd Expected at South Padre Island

Another Large Crowd Expected at South Padre Island

Authorities are increasing efforts at South Padre Island. Another massive crowd of people is expected at the beach for Semana Santa. Hundreds of people are expected on the island the first weekend of April.

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    Almost $8 million in illegally imported honey from China has been seized by U.S. Customs and Homeland Security in Houston. A total of 660 drums of Chinese honey has been seized by authorities in the last two year. China is the world's leading producer of honey. According to Homeland Security, Houston has become a focal point for illegal honey imports, but officials are not sure why.

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