Tamaulipas, Mexico Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Mexican police busted a drug-dealing ring using UberEats as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 3 | Connecticut Post

    Police in Mexico City disrupted a drug-trafficking operation in on May 28, capturing several suspects and uncovering a new, possibly positive development in the area's drug trade. After a shooting that left several people wounded at the southern edge of Tepito - a rough neighborhood known as a bastion of the Sante Muerte faith - 200 police officers were dispatched, shutting down streets and searching alleys and buildings in pursuit of suspects who fled the scene.

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  2. Cultural appropriation or cultural appreciation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 2 | MySanAntonio.com

    Ballet Folklorico dancers from East Picacho Elementary School prepare to perform for the Cinco De Mayo Fiesta on the plaza of Mesilla, New Mexico last month. Though Americans have learned that Cinco de Mayo is not the same as Mexican Independence Day, it has still be appropriated as a day to drink and party.

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  3. Harlingen police arrest two women in theft casesRead the original story

    May 25, 2017 | Valley Morning Star

    At approximately 7:49 p.m. on May 17, officers responded to the H-E-B at 1213 S. Commerce Street regarding a theft in progress.

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  4. Tamaulipas Creating DNA Database to Identify Unknown RemainsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2017 | KRGV

    Families from all over Tamaulipas flocked the Reynosa General Hospital this week. None of them wanted to show their faces on camera.

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  5. Contact for vetsRead the original story

    May 24, 2017 | The Brownsville Herald

    Veterans in the Valley can use the phone number below for better understanding in your claim, whether it is a benefits claim or health claim. If you are having problems with your health and the Harlingen clinic is delaying, call with all of your pertinent information to discuss with Veterans Affairs employees.

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  6. Tamaulipas Government Taking Back Control of Overcrowded PrisonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | KRGV

    The Tamaulipas state government said they're taking back control of the Reynosa Penitentiary by closing secret tunnels and enforcing rules. The Reynosa prison houses inmates charged with state and federal crimes in Mexico.

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  7. Praising Trump on immigrationRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | The Jackson Sun

    Praising Trump on immigration Column by Joe Guzzardi Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: A promise to my readers: the following column will not include an analysis of the doomsday scenario surrounding President Trump's firing of James Comey, special prosecutor Robert Mueller's appointment to investigate the administration's alleged ties to Russia, the Michael Flynn case or the farfetched suggestion that the president is on the verge of impeachment. Go to the mainstream media to read more of those overwrought, dramatically blown-out-of-proportion stories.

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  8. A pair of brown chachalacas jockey for position atop a feeder at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge.Read the original story

    May 23, 2017 | Valley Morning Star

    The free RGV Family Summer Adventure Challenge this year will be held at 21 nature sites and parks, where families register to perform a series of quests in order to win awards and recognition.

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  9. Pharr bridge expects some diverted Laredo trafficRead the original story

    May 23, 2017 | The Brownsville Herald

    The Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge is one of several border crossings handling diverted truck traffic from Laredo's bustling World Trade Bridge after it sustained damage during a storm Sunday night. The Laredo bridge is expected to reopen by this weekend in accordance with a plan put together during a meeting between Customs and Border Protection and Servicio de Administracion Tributaria, a CBP equivalent, according to Pharr Bridge Director Luis Bazan.

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  10. Texas Traditions Roofing Welcomes Wes StrahanRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | PR Log

    GEORGETOWN, Texas - May 23, 2017 - PRLog -- Texas Traditions Roofing, a family owned, residential and commercial roofing company serving South Central Texas, welcomes Wes Strahan as a roof adviser. In this position, Strahan focuses on building relationships with customers and assists them with choosing the best solution for their home's roof.

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  11. NAFTA's impact vast on borderRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2017 | NWAonline

    Waving arms and brandishing a long electric prod, the ranch hands and truck drivers herd about 400 leggy calves onto trucks on the outskirts of this border city. After spending their first eight months on the ranches of Gildardo Lopez Hinojosa, the calves are about to cross the border -- bound for Texas and U.S. feedlots beyond.

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  12. Complex world of border trade: Cattle go north, meat southRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Waving arms and brandishing a long electric prod, the ranch hands and truck drivers herd about 400 leggy calves onto trucks as the sun crests on the outskirts of this border city. After spending their first eight months on the ranches of Gildardo Lopez Hinojosa, the calves are about to cross the border " bound for Texas and U.S. feed lots beyond.

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  13. In this April 27, 2017 photo, truck driver Jose Luis Mayorga herds...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | New Canaan News-Review

    Donald Trump called NAFTA the "worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere.' ' So he wants to renegotiate it -- or kill it altogether.

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  14. Business HighlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2017 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The job of Ford's new CEO won't be easy: He will have to shore up the 114-year-old company's traditional auto business, but also invest in self-driving cars and other projects that could one day make that business obsolete. Ford thinks Jim Hackett is up to the task.

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  15. Storms Knock Out Power in Reynosa, Many in the DarkRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | KRGV

    Mission- Heavy storms that swept through Sunday night have left nearly all of one Mexican city in the dark. According to the Reynosa Fire Department, 95% of Reynosa has been without power since 10 p.m. The cities impacted by the power outage are Carmargo, Rio Bravo, Matamoros and Miguel Aleman.

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  16. US Mexico Trade on the EdgeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2017 | The Gazette

    In this March 21, 2017 photo, workers gather outside a "maquiladora" for car accessories in Matamoros, Tamaulipas state, Mexico, across the border from Brownsville, Texas. Maquiladoras, as Mexican assembly plants are known, churn out everything from flat-screen televisions and washing machines to auto components that might cross borders a dozen times before a car comes off the assembly line in Michigan.

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  17. UTRGV Police Chief talks security updatesRead the original story

    May 21, 2017 | Valley Morning Star

    After a few years filled with many transitions the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Police Department continues to reorganize in order to fit the needs of a widespread student population.

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  18. Immigrant children plunge sparks 1,000 layoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2017 | TheMonitor.com

    Southwest Key Programs, an Austin-based organization sheltering undocumented immigrant children, laid off 966 employees in Harlingen, San Benito and Brownsville on Thursday, the result of a dramatic drop in Central American children crossing the U.S. border. The federal government, which funds the organization's sheltering of the children, requested Southwest Key cut its staffing by 48 percent as a result of the plunge in the numbers of children without parents crossing the border, spokeswoman Cindy Casares said yesterday in a statement.

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  19. Cameron County Residents Charged with Burglary of a Motor VehicleRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2017 | KRGV

    Two Cameron County residents were charged with burglary of a motor vehicle. Harlingen police arrested 21-year-old Cristian Andres Herebia of San Benito and 20-year-old Angel Waldo Hernandez of Los Fresnos.

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  20. San Benito Southwest Key Program staff and young boys gathered in December 2015.Read the original story

    May 19, 2017 | Valley Morning Star

    Southwest Key Programs, an Austin-based organization sheltering undocumented immigrant children, laid off 966 employees in Harlingen, San Benito and Brownsville on Thursday, the result of a dramatic drop in Central American children crossing the U.S. border.

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