McAllen Leader Dies After Marathon He Helped FoundOfficials say an elected city commissioner in McAllen died of a heart attack after running in a marathon he helped create last year.
Man Allegedly Provided Cocaine To Get Votes For School Board CandidatesA 47-year-old man allegedly provided cocaine to secure votes for school board candidates.
Officials: 54-Year-Old Mexican Immigrant Hanged Himself At Border Patrol StationBorder Patrol officials say a 54-year-old Mexican man apparently hanged himself at a Border Patrol station in South Texas.
U.S. Plans Child Migrant Processing Center In TexasConstruction permits reveal plans for a facility in McAllen that could accommodate about 1,000 children.
Texas Father, Son Sentenced For Shooting Agent A South Texas man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison and his son to 16 years for the 2012 shooting of a federal agent on drug-patrol duty.
5 Gunmen, 1 Soldier Killed In Mexican Border State Authorities in Tamaulipas state say five gunmen and one soldier died in gun battles in Reynosa, a city across the border from McAllen, Texas.
McAllen Spa Owner Accused Of Fake InjectionsProsecutors say the man injected liquid silicone into customers and lied about its safety.
Woman Arrested For Alleged Illegal Injections Without Medical License Authorities say a South Texas woman has been arrested for practicing medicine without a license after allegedly injecting a substance into another woman.
Former Deputy Convicted In South Texas Drug Case
Texas Plant That Blew Up Carried $1M Policy The Texas fertilizer plant that exploded last month, killing 14 people, injuring more than 200 others and causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to the surrounding area had only $1 million in liability coverage, lawyers said Saturday.
2 Arrested In South Texas ATMs Theft Scheme Two men from Mexico have been arrested and about $211,000 seized after some ATMs in South Texas were drained of cash.
Feds: 4 Texas Officers Bribed To Guard Thousands Of Dollars' Worth Of CocaineThree South Texas lawmen, including the son of a prominent county sheriff, were due in court Friday on charges alleging that they and another officer accepted thousands of dollars in bribes to guard shipments of cocaine.

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