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School District Reopening Its “Grab And Go” Meals

School District Reopening Its “Grab And Go” Meals

La Joya I.S.D. is reopening its curbside “grab and go” meals. School officials say the meals are free and open to students of their school district two days a week. Meals for the entire week will be available: that includes seven breakfast meals and seven lunch meals. Got to lajoyaisd.com for a schedule of pickup […]

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La Joya Police Search For Break-In Suspects

La Joya Police Search For Break-In Suspects

In La Joya, authorities are asking for the public’s help to identify two suspects that broke into a Dollar General. The incident happened Tuesday morning around 3 am. In the surveillance video, you can see the suspects enter the office searching for the safe. As soon as the alarm went off, they fled the scene. […]

La Joya ISD Staff Participate In Active Shooter Training

La Joya ISD Staff Participate In Active Shooter Training

Staff at La Joya ISD, including security guards, are being trained to be vigilant at all times, at all places, and with every individual on school grounds. In light of the recent shootings and threats across schools in the nation, La Joya is taking precautionary steps by providing its staff members with active shooter trainings. […]

Charges dismissed against La Joya ISD Chairman, Oscar “Coach” Salinas

Charges dismissed against La Joya ISD Chairman, Oscar “Coach” Salinas

[KGVID]https://dcl9dohvvr1qz.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/07182925/domesticviolence.mp4[/KGVID] Charges have been dismissed against La Joya ISD Chairman, Oscar “Coach” Salinas, after his wife accused him of domestic violence. District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez explained that an affidavit must be filed by the victim to dismiss charges. District Attorney Rodriguez asks anyone suffering from domestic violence, or any other abuse to feel free to […]

Former La Joya Police Chief gets $100,000 Bond

Former La Joya Police Chief gets $100,000 Bond

[KGVID]https://dcl9dohvvr1qz.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/18174708/08.18-geovani-bon.m4v[/KGVID] A federal judge handed down a $100,000 bond to Geovani Hernandez, the former Police Chief of La Joya today. Court documents indicate that Hernandez’s legal counsel waived a preliminary examination. Conditions to his bond state that he is restricted to Hidalgo County. He will also be required to wear a monitoring device and adhere […]

Juarez-Lincoln HS Placed on Lockdown after Authorities Chase Suspect Inside

Juarez-Lincoln HS Placed on Lockdown after Authorities Chase Suspect Inside

A Car thief is still on the run, even after the car owner spotted his vehicle and contacted the authorities.  Multiple agencies responded to the incident with one school placed on lock-down. Authorities are still searching for the suspect was reportedly a high school student. Juarez-Lincoln High School was on lock-down as authorities searched for […]