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Woman who ran large Rio Grande City stash house admits guilt

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A woman pleaded guilty to harboring nearly 70 people in the country illegally inside a Rio Grande City stash house. Border Patrol arrested Olivia Jannet...

Plea deal reached in meth case

Fake documentation intended to fool port officials led to a secondary inspection and the discovery of more than 50 kilos of methamphetamine in a...

Brownsville woman charged in Mercedes murder case arraigned

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A 37-year-old Brownsville woman accused of helping a romantic partner help kill a 19-year-old woman in April pleaded not guilty Thursday afternoon to a...

Pharr woman faces smuggling charges; DOCS: Alert led to secondary inspection and discovery of...

An alert for prior suspected involvement in drug smuggling led to a search and the subsequent discovery of illegal narcotics, records show. Yaramy Guerra faces...

Edinburg murder suspect found incompetent to stand trial

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One of two men charged with shooting and killing an 18-year-old during the early days of the pandemic has been found not competent to...

Judge dismisses white students’ lawsuit over UT’s admissions policy

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By Chuck Lindell Austin | American-Statesman AUSTIN, Texas — U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman denied a request by Students for Fair Admissions for an injunction...

McAllen attorney pleads guilty, admits to helping drug traffickers

Late Monday afternoon the Southern District of Texas U.S. Attorney’s Office announced that Eric Samuel Jarvis, a well-known attorney in the Rio Grande Valley,...

Starr County suspected drug trafficker’s wife arrested

The wife of a Rio Grande City man accused of drug trafficking was arrested Friday and made her initial appearance in federal court Monday...

Cocaine conspiracy lands McAllen man 20 years in prison

A McAllen man who allegedly threatened his own partner in a conspiracy to distribute drugs has been sentenced to almost two decades in prison. A...

Feds drop case against Edinburg credit union board member

The federal government is dropping their case against a former board member of the Edinburg Teachers Credit Union, stating he was cooperating with their...
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