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Cameron Co. Sheriff: Not Enough Evidence to Make Arrest in Burned Dog Case
The Cameron County DA’s office is reviewing the case.
Man Sentenced in Drug Trafficking Case
Bryan Mendoza was sentenced Thursday.
Valley Man Concerned Cotton Gin May Impact Family’s Health
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality said gin should not cause adverse health impacts.
Board Members Tight-Lipped About Non-Profit's Closure
The Senior Outreach Community Service Inc. closed its doors last week.
New Benefits for Sunny Skies Colonia Property Owners
The federal government is providing extra options for homeowners whose properties are in the way of an airport expansion project.
Official: Dam, other designs must consider climate change
The state climatologist says the advent of climate change must bring about a fundamental shift in the way dams and other fail-safe structures are designed so that they withstand ferocious storms that are increasing...
Ex-Baylor president: Some women 'make themselves victims'
A court filing this week reveals that the former interim president of Baylor University referred to some women who had been sexually assaulted as willing "to make themselves victims."
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Texas prisons stop using solitary confinement as punishment
Texas correctional officials have stopped using solitary confinement to punish prisoners.