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  • Rio Grande City Police See a Decline in Illegal Border Crossings Play Video

    July 25, 2014 5:11 PM

    RIO GRANDE CITY - Rio Grande City police officers are noticing a decline in the number of families crossing the border illegally. The agency says they are seeing men crossing more often than families. Police, however, are staying busy. RGC police stepped up to help U.S. Border... more »
  • Preying on Relatives of Unaccompanied Children

    July 20, 2014 10:16 AM

    SAN ANTONIO - FBI agents say people are preying on relatives of the unaccompanied children. One case involved a person claiming to represent a charity. The crooks said they assisted in processing and reuniting the children. In another case, the criminals used the name of a san antonio... more »
  • Border Patrol Agents Report Increase in 'Fake Families' Play Video

    July 2, 2014 5:37 PM

    RIO GRANDE VALLEY - The threat of danger looms over thousands of undocumented immigrants who cross the border daily. The vice-president of the Border Patrol union in the Rio Grande Valley says agents are seeing more of what they call "pseudo families" or "fake families." Many undocumented immigrants... more »
  • Three Families Left Homeless After Fire

    July 5, 2012 11:45 PM

    ALTON - Three families, including 15 children, are staying in a hotel tonight after fire consumed their home. The fire broke out around 6 p.m. Thursday near the intersection of Conway and Mile 6 in Alton. Fire crews from Alton and Mission battled the blaze. None of the family... more »
  • Residents Say Apartment Complex is Dangerous to Their Health

    June 14, 2012 1:04 AM

    MISSION - The city of Mission is using federal grant money to help families in need find affordable housing. The funds help pay deposits and the first month of rent. The program, though, hasn't may be running into some problems. Some benefitting from the program say they're thankful for... more »
  • Family of Homicide Victims Say Parents Need to Be More Involved

    February 10, 2012 12:06 PM

    BROWNSVILLE - Two families who lost their teenage daughters to violent murders say parents need to be more involved. Maria Galvan lost her daughter Tiffany Galvan about a year and half ago. Her ex-boyfriend is charged with murder. He's accused of stabbing her nearly 50 times in Brownsville. ... more »
  • Red Cross Offers Assistance to Military Families

    December 29, 2011 7:35 PM

    MCALLEN - The American Red Cross is doing its part to help the family of Army Spc. Kurt Kern, a McAllen native killed by an IED in Afghanistan. It's during tragedies like the death of Kern the Red Cross says they were founded for, to be a shoulder to... more »

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