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Doors open at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in Weslaco and the event runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Noon Fix: Now is a good time to catch up with the news.
Instead of choosing to perform a ballet that already has choreography and music, like “The Nutcracker,” the McAllen Ballet Company wanted to bring a different story to the stage.
During Thursday’s sentencing hearing, a victim of Briseño Construction’s home building scam said he used the $50,000 his wife received after a car crash while another woman said her husband, who still works as a tractor operator at age 73, took $40,000 out of his retirement plan to cover the down payments of their homes that were never built.
Noon Fix: Omar Guerrero case; Weslaco’s costly water plant project; Ex-Trump lawyer receives prison...
Noon Fix: Catch up with some of the stories trending on our website.
“The uniqueness of this case stems from the proposition that you’ve got multiple bondsmen on the same defendant for the same charge,” District Judge Noe Gonzalez told the parties during a hearing Monday, telling them he thought both the bond companies and the DA’s Office have a lot to gain by trying to resolve the case.
Noon Fix: Affidavits shed new light on sexual assault allegations against local oncologist; UTRGV...
Noon Fix: New details emerge from affidavits in oncologist’s sexual assault allegations.
Happy Birthday, Weslaco! On Monday, the city turned 99 years old. To celebrate, the contents from a 1994 time capsule were revealed.
Alamo city commissioner arrested for DWI, open container Alamo City Commissioner Trinidad “Trino” Medina was arrested early Sunday for allegedly driving while intoxicated and having...