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Former Pharr police chief assaulted during arrest, attorney says

An attorney representing former Pharr Chief of Police Andy Harvey has released a statement on his behalf following his arrest early Sunday morning.

Doc who falsely told patients they were going to die sentenced for fraud

The final suspect in a massive healthcare fraud case was sentenced on Wednesday to a little more than four years in federal prison.

Valley suspects plead guilty to deadly human smuggling conspiracy

Four suspects — three from Roma and one from Pharr — have pleaded guilty for their roles in a deadly human smuggling conspiracy that led to several deaths, including that of a pregnant woman.

Former Santa Maria ISD trustee pleads guilty to drug smuggling

The former Santa Maria ISD school board trustee implicated in a yearslong scheme to smuggle several pounds of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine through the Rio Grande Valley pleaded guilty on Monday.

Judge rules Donald Trump defrauded banks, insurers while building real estate empire

NEW YORK (AP) — A judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House.

Texas drag ban blocked, federal judge rules new law unconstitutional

AUSTIN — A federal judge on Tuesday declared a Texas law targeting drag shows unconstitutional, siding with LGBTQ Pride event organizers and performers who sued and blocking its enforcement.

Brownsville teen charged with murder for fatal stabbing

A 19-year-old Brownsville man has been charged with murder following a fatal early morning stabbing on Sunday.

McAllen woman accused of killing 33 dogs scheduled for trial

EDINBURG — A McAllen woman facing animal cruelty charges after police found 33 dead dogs in a U-Haul in 2019 appears to be heading toward a trial early next year.

Monte Alto brothers sentenced to prison mailing drugs to San Antonio

The second half of a Monte Alto duo who were found to be shipping narcotics through the United States Postal Service has been sentenced to federal prison, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office Southern District of Texas.

Ex-CBP officer from Raymondville gets 12 years for drug trafficking

A former Customs and Border Protection officer was sentenced to over 12 years in federal prison for trafficking drugs.