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San Juan woman sentenced for trying to smuggle 39 guns into Mexico

A 33-year-old San Juan woman has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for trying to smuggle 39 guns and 38 ammunition magazines into Mexico.

Former San Juan cop gets probation for assaulting handcuffed man

A former San Juan cop on Friday was sentenced to a year of probation for hitting a handcuffed man in his groin area with his knee in 2015.

San Juan man accused of fatal crash has been arrested for DWI six times

The 40-year-old man accused of a March 26 fatal crash in San Juan has been arrested for drunk driving six times since 2001 with his most recent arrest in January.

‘Bored Dude’ from San Juan gets 25 years for sexually coercing child

A 21-year-old San Juan man has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a nine-year-old child.

Master Gardener Spring Plant Sale on April 6 in San Juan

Spring has sprung! The temperatures are rising and it’s time to get some new stuff in the ground before it’s too hot.

‘He enjoyed life’: Border Patrol agent who died in helicopter crash remembered by family

SAN JUAN — Dozens of Border Patrol agents and representatives from local law enforcement agencies lined the main walkway leading to the Basilica Of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle-National Shrine Thursday afternoon.

Photo Gallery: Funeral Mass held in San Juan for Border Patrol agent killed in...

SAN JUAN — A funeral Mass was held here at the Basilica Of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle-National Shrine on Thursday for Border Patrol agent Christopher Luna.

Fugitive sought in fatal La Joya smuggling crash arrested

A 39-year-old Mission woman accused of renting a vehicle used in a 2019 fatal smuggling crash that killed two San Juan residents and sent six people in the country illegally to the hospital has been arrested after nearly three years on the run.

Work begins on 16-mile Mid-Valley hike and bike trail

WESLACO — A new hike-and-bike trail in the Mid-Valley will eventually connect to established trail systems in San Juan, McAllen and Edinburg.

Orgs unite in San Juan to educate residents on controversial immigration laws

SAN JUAN — The El Paso-based Border Network for Human Rights (BNHR) visited the Rio Grande Valley on Wednesday to help spread information about new immigration laws and to call for an end to ​​Operation Lone Star.