Tamaulipas, Mexico Newswire (Page 2)

Tamaulipas, Mexico Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Mexican police shoot dead two drug cartel leadersRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 22 | Xinhuanet

    Mexican security forces shot dead two suspected drug cartel leaders early Saturday in different clashes in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, the state government announced. Tamaulipas' security secretariat wrote on Twitter that a presumed leader of the Gulf Cartel, Julian Loisa Salinas, alias "El Comandante Toro," was killed in a shootout in the city of Reynosa.

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  2. Mexico says 2 top drug traffickers killed near US borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Fredericksburg.com

    Two top drug traffickers have been killed in pre-dawn shootouts Saturday with federal forces in the northern Mexico border state of Tamaulipas, authorities reported. The Tamaulipas security spokesman's office said the men were killed in separate confrontations, which left highways littered with burned-out vehicles.

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  3. Mexico kills Gulf cartel boss in Reynosa shootoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Reuters

    Mexican marines killed a drug gang leader in a gun battle that raged through the night across the border city of Reynosa and left dozens of burned vehicles in its wake, the government said on Saturday. Reynosa, just south of Texas, is in Tamaulipas state, which has long been a major transit point for traffickers moving drugs into the United States.

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  4. Border wall could leave some Americans on a Mexican sideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Tri-cityherald.com

    The last time U.S. officials built a barrier along the border with Mexico, they left an opening at the small road leading south to Pamela Taylor's home on the banks of the Rio Grande. Taylor hadn't been told where the fence would be built, and she doesn't know now whether officials are coming back to complete it.

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  5. Vietnamese Villagers Release 19 Officials Held Hostage in Land DisputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Boston.com

    Missiles struck a medical center in Syria's northern rebel-held province Saturday, putting the underground facility out of service and killing at least three staff members as well as a person in the vicinity, opposition activists said. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that airstrikes seriously damaged the medical center in Abdin village, in Idlib.

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  6. Alleged Gulf Cartel Leader Killed in ReynosaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | KRGV

    Two top drug traffickers have been killed in pre-dawn shootouts Saturday with federal force in the northern Mexico border state of Tamaulipas, authorities reported. The Tamaulipas security spokesman's office says the men were killed in separate confrontations, which left highways littered with burned-out vehicles.

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  7. Renato Cardenas dies at age 86Read the original story

    Friday Apr 21 | The Brownsville Herald

    Renato Cardenas, who died Friday at the age of 86, didn't make it to Brownsville until the age of 11, and it hadn't been an easy journey up to that point. Reba Cardenas-McNair said her father was born Dec. 8, 1930, in Matamoros to a mother who died when he was 18 months old and a father who Cardenas saw perhaps twice in his life, and who died young from lung cancer.

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  8. Cardinals drop hard-fought game to HannaRead the original story

    Friday Apr 21 | Valley Morning Star

    The Brownsville Hanna Golden Eagles rode a two-run second inning for an eventual 7-6 victory over District 32-6A rivals Harlingen High on Friday evening at Harlingen Field.

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  9. Brownsville businessman Renato Cardenas dies at age 86Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | TheMonitor.com

    Business members in the community were invited to the Business Appreciation Breakfast hosted by the UTB School of Business on Tuesday, Mar. 3, 2015 at the UTB Gran Salon in Brownsville, Texas. Sergio Arguelles Gonzalez was the keynote speaker and honorees included Tudor Uhlhorn, Ramon Humberto Sampayo Ortiz, Renato and Mary Rose Cardenas.

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  10. Community leader Renato Cardenas dies at 86Read the original story

    Mar 3, 2015 | Valley Morning Star

    Renato Cardenas, who died yesterday at the age of 86, didn't make it to Brownsville until the age of 11, and it hadn't been an easy journey up to that point.

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  11. Achieving a Gold Star rating: Harlingen High School ROTC receives 98 percent rating in inspectionRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Valley Morning Star

    Inspectors Larry Hanes and Teresa Agu from San Antonio were at the school conducting the Command Inspection Program which is performed every three years.

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  12. Border Wall Could Leave Some Americans on 'Mexican Side'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | Canadian Content

    Even if they don't win, lawyers hope to tie up the wall in court long enough that politics could effectively stop it, either in Congress or after another election. "That's a fight that we've been ready to fight," said Efren Olivares, a lawyer with the Texas Civil Rights Project.

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  13. New Project Set to Build Additional Lanes at 3 International BridgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | KRGV

    MCALLEN Several Rio Grande Valley border crossings will soon undergo construction in an effort to handle more traffic coming into the U.S. Renovations will soon start at the Donna-Rio Bravo International Bridge, Veterans International Bridge in Brownsville and the Anzalduas Bridge in McAllen. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the General Services Administration partnered to improve trade on both sides of the border.

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  14. Record southbound truck crossings reported at Pharr bridgeRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Valley Morning Star

    STAFF WRITER Follow @mitchellferman !function {var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName [0],p=/^http:/.test ?'http':'https';if ){js=d.createElement ;}} ; PHARR - As the Anzalduas International Bridge tries to earn its own southbound truck traffic, the Pharr-Reynosa ... (more)

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  15. Next 25 ArticlesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 20 | Lucianne.com

    It was huge. Big money from billionaires, corporations and a roster of NFL owners poured into Donald Trump's inaugural committee in record-shattering amounts - to pull off an event that was considerably lower-key than previous inaugural celebrations.

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  16. Native seedlings available to first 1,400 on SaturdayRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 19 | The Brownsville Herald

    When it comes to native trees, the more the better, which is the reason for "Trees for Wildlife," a native-tree giveaway scheduled for Earth Day, April 22, in Linear Park. The first 1,400 people who show up will receive a free native-tree seedling along with tips for planting and maintenance in exchange for an email address and signature.

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  17. Remembering Nahomi: Family, friends set 5K run/walkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | TheMonitor.com

    For a $10 donation, the community will be able to show their support for Nahomi and her family who have been hit with the tragic loss of her passing. Go Fund Me pages also have been set up to raise money.

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  18. Several Mexican Officials Arrested For Drug Trafficking In The Past MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | The Daily Caller

    ... Gulf and Zeta, to operate freely in the border state. Governor Tomas Yarrington (L) of the state of Tamaulipas, Mexico, and Texas Governor Rick Perry listen to remarks during the U.S. and Mexico Border Summit August, 22, 2001 in Edinburg, TX. (Photo ...

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  19. Musings From Chamizal National MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | National Parks Traveler

    A massive mural covers the exterior walls of the park's visitor center, honoring both the United States and Mexico/Lee Dalton I'm willing to bet that right about now there are a lot of Traveler readers who are scratching their heads and asking, "Chamizal? What the heck is a Chamizal?" Well, good neighbors, it's a 55-acre chunk of grassy park plunk in the middle of El Paso, Texas, right on the north bank of the Rio Grande. This national memorial commemorates peaceful resolution of a century-old dispute between the United States and Mexico over a piece of land that became detached from Mexico back when the Rio Bravo - or Rio Grande - cut a new channel and left Chamizal as part of an "island" called Cordova on the U.S. side of the river.

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  20. Harlingen South battles for 8-7 win over WeslacoRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 18 | Valley Morning Star

    In the bottom of the seventh inning with the score tied 7-7, all Harlingen South's Edar Arreola could think about was, "put the ball in play."

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