Ex-Cartel Figure Sentenced To 20 Years In PrisonFederal authorities say a former top lieutenant for the Gulf drug cartel has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for organizing large shipments of cocaine and marijuana into the U.S.
3 Soldiers Charged With Human Smuggling Officials say three Fort Hood soldiers have been arrested in an ongoing investigation related to the transporting and harboring of people who have entered the U.S. illegally.
Woman Claims She Used Bingo Winnings To Buy Rifles Convicted Of LyingA South Texas woman who says she used bingo winnings to buy five assault rifles has been convicted of lying on the purchase records.
Citizen Pleads To Texas Money Laundering
Man Sentenced For Trying To Mail Aluminum Cans Filled With CocaineA man from Mexico has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for trying to mail aluminum cans filled with cocaine from a South Texas post office.
SpaceX CEO Signals Favor For Texas SiteSpaceX founder Elon Musk says he's interested in putting a launch pad on a beach near Brownsville.
Former South Texas Prosecutor To Be Sentenced As Part Of Bribery Scandal A former South Texas district attorney and one-time congressional candidate could face a lengthy prison term when he's sentenced Tuesday as part of a bribery scandal that took down a state district judge and others.
U.S. Customs Officer Collapsed, Dies While On DutyA 71-year-old U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer has collapsed and died while on duty in South Texas.
Navy's First 'Supercarrier' Going To Scrap HeapA Texas recycler is being paid 1 cent to haul away and dismantle the U.S. Navy's first "supercarrier," the USS Forrestal.
Ex-Judge To Be Sentenced For Turning Courtroom Into Money-Making SchemeA disgraced former South Texasjudge who pleaded guilty to racketeering for turning his courtroom into a money-making operation is to be sentenced.
5 Killed In SUV Plunge Into Texas Shrimp Basin Five people died when the sport utility vehicle in which they were riding plunged into a South Texas port basin.
Veterinarian Files Federal Suit Against Regulations Blocking Internet AdviceA retired Texas veterinarian has filed a federal lawsuit challenging state regulations that bar him from evaluating animals and giving veterinary advice over the Internet.