Taxpayers Information Stolen from IRS Database

Taxpayers Information Stolen from IRS Database

IRS said criminals took advantage of the agency’s online service. The group hacked the service over thousands of times.

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Dolly Victim Flooded Again

New Home Problematic for Hurricane Victim

Guadalupe Gonzalez and about 750 families from the lower Valley are in a new home after losing theirs to Hurricane Dolly.  One victim's home is proving to be unruly.

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2 Arrests in Connection with Stolen Fishing Gear

2 Arrests in Connection with Stolen Fishing Gear

An Edinburg man and his stepson were arrested in connection with a series of thefts that included fishing gear and a boat. The investigation took place in late April.

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Defense Claims Crime Scene Compromised

Defense Claims Crime Scene Compromised

Cameron County Defense Attorney’s Office claimed investigators may have compromised a murder scene. The defense claimed people walked through the crime scene and left footprints.

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Rising Water Levels Border Patrol Make Changes

Rising Water Levels, Border Patrol Make Changes

The rise in water levels in the Rio Grande River will increase the risk and danger, according to BP agents. Resources from other areas will be moved to the river to aid in patrolling.

State of Emergency Declared for Houston

State of Emergency Declared for Houston

Houston streets and homes are flooded after severe storms. The mayor advised residents to stay indoors.

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Manhunt in Edinburg Called Off

Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office were searching for three suspects that were involved in a pursuit. They jumped out of the car and ran into orchards by Lakeshore Drive.

Court Refuses to Lift Hold on Immigration Action

Court Refuses to Lift Hold on Immigration Action

A federal appeals court turned down a request to lift a temporary hold on the President Obama’s executive action.

Aerostat Launched Tuesday

Aerostat Returning to Peñitas

The surveillance device crashed into a field Saturday afternoon. Border Patrol agents launched an internal investigation into the cause of the crash.

2011 Cold Case Reopened

Pharr 2011 Cold Case Reopened

In January, the Pharr police responded to a drive-by shooting on West Longoria Drive. Witnesses described a red passenger vehicle leaving the scene.

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  • Guadlupe Escamilla’s sentencing has been moved to August 11. Escamilla, Rebecca…

    Guadlupe Escamilla’s sentencing has been moved to August 11. Escamilla, Rebecca Gonzalez and Veronica Saldivar all admitted to using drugs and money to buy votes in the Donna Independent School District race in 2012. Gonzalez and Saldivar were both sentenced to jail time in early May.

  • An incident around 5:30 pm took Donna police into Weslaco on Tuesday. Donna Police…

    An incident around 5:30 pm took Donna police into Weslaco on Tuesday. Donna Police Chief Ram De Leon said it began with a report of someone pointing a weapon at someone at Main Street and Expressway 83. A weapon was confiscated. He said officers have detained one suspect and are still waiting to hear from the alleged victim.

  • The State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a weekend fire on South Padre…

    The State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a weekend fire on South Padre Island. A fireworks barge went up in flames on Saturday night. SPI spokesperson Adrian Rodriguez said no one was on the barge and no injuries were reported. Officials said the city hired a company to conduct the fireworks show. That company contracted the barge.

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