Bev Kearney was the first and only African American head coach at the University of Texas at Austin--but after being fired by Texas last December for having a relationship with a student athlete, the former women's track coach is suing the
Seventeen people were arrested today following their indictments on federal charges in connection with an ongoing investigation by the FBI/Metropolitan Police Department Safe Streets Task Force into a network that trafficked heroin, cocaine, an
Raymundo Jose Cabrera-Paredes, of Mission, and Estevan Ochoa-Gomez, of Huixtla, Chiapas, Mexico, have been ordered to federal prison for more than 20 years following their involvement in the distribution of crystal methamphetamine from McAllen
McAllen police are searching for a suspect believed to be the shooter in an incident at a local smoke shop.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for Jorge Isaac Portales, 38, on a aggravated assault charge.
On Tuesday, November 12th Juanita Portales, 59, was charged with possession of a controlled substance of methamphetamine and Xanax, tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana with a bond totaling $126,000 dollars.
A McAllen man has been arrested and charged with aggravated robbery of a Stripes convenience store.
On Friday, November 8th McAllen police were called to the 2800 block of North 10th Street in regards to a robbery.
Two former clinic staffers and a physician assistant’s wife have all been ordered to prison for conspiracy to defraud Medicare and the Texas Medicaid program in the operation of the Mission Clinic and La Hacienda Family Clinic, announced