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Disabled Veteran Upset by Pests Crossing Over from Neighboring Property
The insects have setup shop in an abandoned property next door.
Valley Veteran Suffering from PTSD Searching for ‘Stolen’ Comfort Pet
About 6,000 Rio Grande Valley veterans suffer from the condition according to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Top Gulf Cartel Leader Captured in Matamoros
Jose Alfredo Cardenas is the nephew of former Gulf Cartel leaders.
1 Day from Early Voting, Some Candidates Yet to File Campaign Contribution Reports
The Texas Ethics Commission can penalize any candidates for not turning them in or for submitting them past the Feb. 5 deadline.
Harlingen Man Wants Heating System Fixed to Avoid Getting Sick
He claims a part of the unit was under warranty but his A/C company says it is not.
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Gulf cartel boss captured in Mexican state bordering Texas
Mexican marines have captured an alleged top boss of the Gulf drug cartel in the northern border state of Tamaulipas.
Man shot by Texas trooper dies, wounded officer recovering
Authorities say a man who shot and wounded a Texas state trooper before a trooper shot him has died.
University of North Texas Health Science Center to pay $13M
A medical school and research center in Texas must repay $13 million to the U.S. government for violating certain rules related to use of federal research grants.
Dallas: State Fair Theme is 'Celebrating Texas Innovation'
The theme of the 2018 State Fair will be "Celebrating Texas Innovation."
Police: Child, 3 adults shot outside Texas restaurant
Police say a masked gunman opened fire on a group of people outside a restaurant in San Antonio, wounding a 6-year-old boy and three adults.
Valley Educator Charged
26-year-old John Jacob Mendoza from Los Fresnos is charged with sexual assault and improper relationship between an educator and student.
Nearly 100 Animals Left Behind at Abandoned Zoo in Reynosa
Authorities say they didn’t just discover exotic species, but also found bags of marijuana and cocaine.
New Police Unit to Fight Crime
The Palmview Police Department has a new unit aimed at cracking down on crime.
Wildlife Refuge to Authorize Hunts to Eliminate Spread of Deadly Tick
The hunts are scheduled for Apr. 7 and Apr. 8.