Officers will increase their patrols on the highways and popular hotspots to keep an eye out for intoxicated drivers. “For us, it’s the same advice as before. If you ae going to go out and there is drinking in the agenda, make sure you have a designated sober driver.” Inv. Joe Baeza-Laredo Police Department P.I.O. […]
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A Rio Grande City man arrested after barricading himself and threatening an officer. Christopher Olivarez was detained after Rio Grande City police were called to a burglary on the 200th block of Roosevelt Street Friday morning.Olivarez allegedly knocked down the back door of his family’s home to commit an assault. Click on video to view […]
City council voted to issue out citations as part of their efforts to continue encouraging the use of face masks. This citation won’t require you to pay a fine or appear in court. Laredo was the first city in the United States to fine people for not wearing a face cover. Councilmember Roberto Balli says these […]
Laredo, Texas– US Congressman Henry Cuellar announced 150 thousand in federal funds that will help law enforcement agencies with their operations.
Three fallen canines known for their commitment and dedication to customs and border protection were honored.
Congressman Henry Cuellar announced 3.8 million in federal funds will be distributed among law enforcement agencies in Webb county.
K9 helps Cameron county authorities discover several thousand dollars worth of narcotics.
Alton, Texas — Today, a young boy battling liver cancer had his dream come true of becoming a police officer. Brandon Tadeo Alvarez was diagnosed with the disease in 2018. He was cleared in September of the same year but in January 2019, it came back more aggressive. The 9-year-old’s aspiration was to be part […]
With several million Texans required to carry state licenses to hunt or fish for sport or business, a measure that would allow digital images of those permits as proof of licensure is moving towards full approval in the Texas Legislature, according to Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg.
This afternoon, Donna High School was placed on lockdown after a student posted a threatening photo on social media. According to Donna ISD police, the lockdown was lifted after officials conducted an investigation. The incident was reported around 1:30 pm after a student posted a picture of a gun with the school logo around it. […]
Webb County District Attorney Isidro Alanís says Juan David Ortiz, the labeled serial killer, is facing the death penalty if found guilty. It took 20 minutes for a grand jury to decide if Ortiz would face a capital murder charge. Since early this morning, family members waited to hear the outcome After hearing the news, […]
Image License Photo: Apple Inc. 10 NOV 17 15:34 ET Selena Larson (CNN Money) — Apple once again is finding itself at the center of a debate around law enforcement and encryption. On Thursday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein cited the recent Texas mass shooting as an example of why encryption backdoors — or ways […]
Photo: White House 01 NOV 17 14:02 ET By Dan Merica and Tal Kopan, CNN (CNN) — President Donald Trump, during a White House Cabinet meeting Wednesday, said he wants to terminate the Diversity Visa Lottery, a program that distributes around 50,000 visas to countries where there is a low rate of immigration to the US. […]
SAN BENITO (KFXV) — New details emerge in the investigation against their police chief regarding the legality of his privately recorded conversations. An investigation determines Police Chief Michael Galvan did not violate any law stemming from hundreds of privately recorded conversations. According to San Benito Mayor Ben Gomez’ comment to the Brownsville Herald – an […]
BROWNSVILLE (KFXV) — After new laws were approved during the last legislative session in Texas, many people are living in uncertainty. Today Texas legislators discussed how this will impact on our communities. Representatives like Eddie Lucio III among others, were present with several valley leaders to discuss topics that will impact residents of the Rio […]
Texas (KFXV) — Governor Greg Abbott send a message to Hispanics more than a week after signing senate bill for into law. He says the Sanctuary Cities ban won’t hurt those who stay out of trouble. Governor Abbott says the community has nothing to fear about SB4 – denying rumors that the measure would subject […]
Harlingen (KFXV) — The Harlingen Police Department needs the help of all Fox viewers locating two individuals wanted for robbery. According to law enforcement, last Tuesday, a male suspect entered a store located at 2700 W. Expressway and took merchandise valued at $118. Three days later, on Friday, a woman entered the same store and […]
HARLINGEN (KFXV) — Police in Harlingen have detained one woman for the negligent homicide of her two-year-old daughter. According to law enforcement, officers responded to reports of a two-year-old female child who fell down a flight of stairs near the 1800 block of South 3rd Street on April 19th around 4 in afternoon. EMS transported […]