Ex-Deputy Indicted on Bribery Charges

A commander with the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office said an internal investigation revealed several policy violations. The former deputy is scheduled to appear in court next week.

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Harlingen Bank Robbery Suspect to be Charged

Harlingen Bank Robbery Suspect to be Charged

Police said man didn’t show a weapon during the crimes but he gestured as if he was armed. A Stripes was robbed before the credit union was targeted.

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Family Left With No Place To Live After Storms Destroy Home

Storm Leaves Family Homeless

Thursday's severe weather didn't last long, but for one family it will have a long-lasting impact. Mariely Barbosa and her daughter have been left with no place to stay.  The storm tore the roof off their trailer.

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K-9 Team Played Important Part in Finding Missing Man

K-9 Team Played Important Part in Finding Body of Missing Student

A Border Patrol K-9 team is being credited for finding the missing spring breaker. The South Padre Island Police Department reached out to the Border Patrol for help in the search for the missing spring breaker.

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Anonymous Tip Leads Weslaco Police To 180 000

Anonymous Tip Leads Weslaco Police to $180,000

An anonymous tip led Weslaco police to a large amount of cash. The tipster told police about a suspicious vehicle in the HEB parking lot off Westgate. During the investigation, a K-9 officer alerted police to contraband inside the car.

Harlingen Police Search For Bank Robbery Suspect

Harlingen Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

Police are looking for a suspect in two different robberies. The first happened at a Stripes store on the 600 block of North First Street. Police say he took an undisclosed amount of money.

Accused Murder To Face Judge

Murder Suspect to Face Judge

A suspect accused of murdering a man last August is expected to face a judge later today in Starr County.

Antelope Still on the Lam

Escaped Antelope to be Returned to Ranch

The antelope that was on the run a couple of weeks ago will be returned to a ranch.

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Early Voting is Underway in McAllen

Today's the day to vote in McAllen's special election. Several candidates are running for city commissioner district one.

Court Program Gives Troubled Veterans Second Chance

Court Program Gives Troubled Veterans Second Chance

Valley veterans are getting a second chance after graduating from Hidalgo County's Veterans Treatment Court. It is the very first graduating class. Veterans Treatment Court is a divert court program for veterans who have committed crimes as a result of PTSD.

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  • The 2015 Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach Spring Cleanup is scheduled for…

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    The 2015 Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach Spring Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, April 18. Volunteers can sign up at TexasAdoptABeach.org.

  • A high ranking CBP official under fire after investigators found he helped certain…

    A high ranking CBP official under fire after investigators found he helped certain foreign investors get visas. According to the DHS, Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas created an environment of favoritism and special access when it came to EB-5 visas. They are available to foreign investors who put at least $500,000 into a U.S. business that creates jobs. Mayorkas used to head up the program.

  • A Harlingen man faces a third-degree felony charge in a deadly conduct case.…

    A Harlingen man faces a third-degree felony charge in a deadly conduct case. Harlingen police said Randell Ray Bollinger shot at a home back in August 2014. Police found two bullet holes in a window of the home located on the 2200 block of Bell Street. Two shell casings were also found. No one was hurt.

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