Review Cites Problems at Hospital During Ebola Crisis

 The Texas hospital that treated the first person diagnosed in the U.S. with Ebola was not adequately prepared for a patient with the deadly virus and stumbled because of communication failures, an independent review released Friday found.

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Sheriff's Deputy Remembered During Funeral

Thousands of law enforcement officers stood at attention to form a wall Friday outside one of Houston's largest churches as a 21-gun salute and flyover by police helicopters were carried out in honor of a slain sheriff's deputy.

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Man Looks for Facility to Dispose Paint Cans

Man Looks for Facility to Dispose Paint Cans

Old paint cans or wood stain can be a fire hazard if left in a garage. If they end up in a land fill they may be hazardous to the environment. Disposing of the hazardous material can take some work.

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Couple Faced with Costly Electric Bill

Couple Faced with Costly Electric Bill

An Edinburg family was faced with a costly bill from their power company. The family said they couldn’t pay the bill and asked the company if they would work out a plan with them.

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A Long Wrong Bus Ride Home

A Long, Wrong Bus Ride Home

Parents of a 4-year-old Edcouch-Elsa student waited a long hour for their son to get home. The school informed the parents their son was on the wrong bus.

Mexican Plates Not Being Billed on Toll Road

Mexican Plates Not Being Billed on Toll Road

Drivers with Mexican license plates are getting away with a free ride on the Rio Grande Valley’s only toll road. The Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority said they plan to recoup the money they have lost.

Neighborhood Reacts to Shooting

Neighborhood Reacts to Shooting

Hidalgo County sheriff’s investigators were at a home on Las Canas Road on Friday afternoon collecting evidence. Yellow crime tape surrounded the area where investigators were forced to draw their weapons.

(img1)vid-Nephew of Fallen Trooper Reflects on Uncle s Death

Nephew of Fallen Trooper Reflects on Uncle’s Death

Chris Rucker was 14 when his uncle, David Rucker, was killed 34 years ago, outside of Los Fresnos. Rucker was a DPS trooper. Chris Rucker said anytime an officer is killed on the job, it takes him back to the day when his uncle was murdered.

Mother Blames San Benito Company for Ruining Birthday Party

Mother Blames San Benito Company for Ruining Birthday Party

A birthday party for two boys did not go as planned. The boys’ mother said she blames a San Benito company for ruining their big day.

Suspect Arraigned in Shooting Case

Driver in Shooting Expected in Court

The investigation continues in an officer-involved shooting in Mission. Authorities said weapons were recovered from the scene. One suspect is expected to go before a judge on Friday.

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    Police are still seeking the gunman in a shooting on a Sacramento college campus, but they've arrested one of the injured victims on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.
      

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    Law enforcement agencies in Hidalgo County are boosting patrols on Labor Day weekend. A countywide no refusal policy is being enforced through the weekend. Anyone who is pulled over for suspected drunk driving and refuses a breathalyzer or field sobriety test will have their blood drawn. Eight judges will be on-call throughout the weekend to sign blood draw search warrants.

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    Texas high school students who are taking the SAT have scored the lowest scores in more than two decades. The College Board reported that Texas students in the class of 2015 averaged 486 on the math section, 470 in reading and 454 in writing. The Texas scores mirror declines nationwide.

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