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Donna ISD campus secretary named to National Education Association...
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) April 16--DONNA -- A Donna school district employee has been named to the National Education Association's Board of Directors, according to a Tuesday news release from the Texas State Teachers Association.
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11 hrs ago
Texas Border Sheriff Admits Accepting Cash from Narco-Trafficker
Lupe Trevino, the former sheriff of Hidalgo County in south Texas, pled guilty to money laundering on April 14, according to local reports.
15 hrs ago
Former Sheriff Trevi o: I plead guilty, your honor
McALLEN - Five words sealed the fate of the man who used to be the highest law enforcement official in Hidalgo County.
19 hrs ago
TX Man Allegedly Hacked Gov't Website 14,000 Times for - Anonymous'
He is thought to be affiliated with the notorious online hacking group dubbed "Anonymous."
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez Get Cozy at Coachella: Get the Scoop
Come on, after that sexy dance video , you didn't expect these two to stay away from each other for long, right?! Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez were spotted together at Coachella over the weekend, where the on-again, off-again couple fueled rumors once again that they have indeed rekindled their romance.
American Songwriter Premieres Hollis Brown Gets Loaded Record Store Day Album
It started out as live tribute last November. Lenny Kaye, Arto Lindsay, Voidoids' Ivan Julian and others convened at NYC's Bowery Electric to pay homage to the late, great Lou Reed.
CBP officers save Harlingen's man life
CBP Officer Julio Trujillo and Security Officer Criserio "Cris" Gonzalez Jr. recently became unsung heroes at the Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzalduas Port of Entry due to their quick, unselfish and humanitarian actions that helped save the life of a traveler at the Hidalgo International Bridge pedestrian walkway.
Ex-Texas sheriff pleads guilty to federal charge
A former South Texas sheriff whose office has attracted the attention of federal investigators has pleaded guilty to money laundering.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
4 arrested after officer shot in South Texas
Four people have been arrested in South Texas after an Edinburg police officer was shot multiple times while responding to a disturbance call that turned out to be a home invasion.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
With the toll booths of the Hidalgo-McAllen-Reynosa International Bridge straight ahead, I veer left to the Old Hidalgo Pumphouse Museum & World Birding Center.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Ex-top staffer to South Texas sheriff takes plea
The former chief of staff to former Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Trevino has pleaded guilty to a federal count of misprision of a felony for failing to report a crime.
Woman gets 50-year term for wreck that killed 5
A South Texas woman has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for the drunken-driving deaths of five people last year.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Dallas Morning News
New migrant flow from Central America
U.S. Border Patrol agents detain a group of men caught hiding in a thick grove of trees just across the Rio Grande at the Mexico-U.S. border near McAllen.
Abortion Rights Groups Ask Appeals Court to Reverse Ruling on Texas Law
Abortion rights advocates filed a petition on April 10, 2014, asking the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider whether it's constitutional to require abortion doctors to receive admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
TX School Board Member Caught with 1200 lbs of Pot
A school board member in Progreso, Texas was allegedly caught with 1,254 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle on April 5, according to a general complaint obtained by Breitbart Texas.
South Texas man accused of hacking attempts
A South Texas man who federal prosecutors say is linked to the hacking collective Anonymous is facing additional charges for attempting to illegally access Internet servers on thousands of occasions.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Texas Bar Journal
Say What?! - " I'm Glad We Cleared That Up
From Charles W. Hury of McAllen , this exchange from the trial of a death case in Hidalgo County.
South Texas mayor's relatives admit bribery
Three relatives of a small South Texas town's mayor have pleaded guilty to conspiracy and bribery in a "pay to play" public contracting system involving federal funds.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
KBCI CBS 2
Cops: Texas mom left 5-year-old to care for baby while she went to party
A night on the town landed a Mission mother behind bars after leaving her two young children home alone for 12 hours.
School board member caught with 1,200 pounds of marijuana
Another member of a South Texas school board is facing criminal charges after authorities say he was found with more than 1,200 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle.