McAllen police searching for wanted suspects in kidnapping

On October 14, 2013 a warrants of arrest are issued out of McAllen Municipal Court for Francisco Javier Muniz and Isaac Torres Muniz for aggravated kidnapping a first degree felony.

Woman charged with aggravated kidnapping, two other suspects wanted by police

McAllen police have arrested a female accused of kidnapping another woman and are now searching for two other suspects in connection to the crime.

Additional charges filed against man accused of aggravated robbery

McAllen police arrested a man accused of attempting to rob a woman and then shooting at her as she pulled away in her vehicle.

Two bats test positive for rabies

Two bats discovered in the downtown area tested positive for rabies.

Former employee sentenced to federal prison for stealing from bank

Armando Ruben Aleman, 28, of Weslaco, has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of one count of embezzlement, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

McAllen man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender

McAllen police are asking for the public's help in locating a man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender.

McAllen area ambulance company owner indicted on health care crimes

Frank Gonzalez, 30, and Graciela Escamilla, 51, both of Mission, have been charged in a federal indictment for their alleged roles in a scheme to defraud Medicare and Texas Medicaid through fraudulent billings, announced United States Attorney

Felon in possession of firearm gets more than eight years in prison

Four-time convicted felon Aurelio Perez-Aleman, of Roma, has been ordered to prison for possessing a firearm, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. Perez-Aleman, 37, pleaded guilty May 30, 2013.

Four ballet Folklórico-STC members selected for elite ACADEZ Academy

Four members of the Ballet Folklórico South Texas College were selected to participate in the Academia de la Danza Amalia Hernández (ACADEZ), the U.S.

Former co-owner of RGV DME biller sentenced to federal prison

The co-owner of a now defunct McAllen area durable medical equipment (DME) business and a former medical biller have been ordered to prison for their roles in a conspiracy and scheme to defraud Medicare and Medicaid through fraudulent billings,

Aeromar announces direct flights from McAllen to San Luis Potosi, Mexico

McAllen International Airport, the McAllen Convention and Visitors Bureau, City leaders and Aeromar announce a campaign to promote direct flight service from McAllen to San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

New HIV testing making history in the Valley

In recognition of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, the Valley AIDS Council is making history in HIV testing.

McAllen police searching for second suspect in aggravated assault case

McAllen police are searching for a second suspect wanted in aggravated assault that left the victim with a non-life threatening injury.

Health conference discusses contemporary issue on both sides of the border

At the 3rd annual HIDA-REY Public Health Conference, which was held on Wednesday, where health officials from both sides of the border gathered to discuss contemporary issues affecting patients.

Hope for fertility after cancer

"I still have that hope.  I still have faith that I will be able to become a parent."