April 18th Morning Cutins

Thursday, April 18, 2013 - 2:01pm

More than a hundred are injured and dozens feared dead after a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in West Texas,
This is unbelievable video of the explosion taken by a man who was sitting in a car, with a young child in the back, watching the fire that started yesterday afternoon.
The video was obtained by n-b-c affiliate KETK in Tyler, Texas.

The Cameron County Sheriff’s department has arrested a fourth suspect in the Monday’s Brownsville shoooting.

Deputies arrested 18 year old Gerardo Montejano. The sheriff says he is one the that shot 35 Roman Garcia in the head.
The sheriff says Montejano fled to Mexico where the teen’s father lives following the shooting. The Sheriff’s Department called his father and told him to turn over his son over the father could faces charges for harboring a fugitive. Montenjano was turned over to authorities and is facing aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charges.

Authorities in Texas have made an arrest in the murder of three people including a District Attorney and assistant DA.

46-year-old Kim Williams was arrested and charged with capital murder.
In an affidavit released Wednesday police allege Williams shot and killed Kaufman County District Attorney Mike Mclelland, his wife Cindy and Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse.
The Mclelland's were murdered inside their home last month.
Hasse was murdered in January.
Authorities say during questioning on Tuesday, Williams confessed to being involved in the murders, but claims her husband, Eric Williams was the gunman.

A Mississippi man is under arrest, accused of sending letters to his Senator and President Obama that tested positive for the poison, Ricin.
Officials say 45-year-old Paul Kevin Curtis was arrested Wednesday at his home in Corinth, About 100 miles east of Memphis.
The letters to the president and republican Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi were intercepted before reaching the white house or the senate.

A grassroots campaign headed by the Brownsville Economic Development Corporation and its partners have created a new Facebook account.

Launch Brownsville, it's entirely geared toward Space X education and information.
There you can find facts about the company and the project that could put a launch site here.
if you'd like to check out the site you can find their link on our website www.kveo.com.

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