Men arrested in DEA raid in Central El Paso allegedly hid drugs in jewelry safes
elpasotimes.com / Wed, 30 Jul 2014 23:10:48 MDT
Three men arrested in a DEA raid last week allegedly stored more than 600 pounds of marijuana over six months in the safes of a Central El Paso jewelry store, according to court testimony.
Militia groups along the Texas-Mexico border have grown to more than 10 active “teams” from El Paso to the Rio Grande Valley, despite warnings from U.S. Customs and Border Protection and state lawmakers.
Criminal past eyed
A man accused of taking part in a kidnapping in North Laredo in mid-July had recently posted bond on felony charges, including murder, according to custody records.
Hearings set for proposed county budget
Moving forward in the budget process, the Harrison County Commissioners Court scheduled several public hearings regarding the adoption of the proposed tax rate and county budget for the 2015 fiscal ye
Area Methodist churches unite again for annual rummage sale
About 60 students at Asbury House Child Enrichment Center may gain an educational head start Friday thanks to proceeds from china plates, vinyl records, used furniture and other items.
Hazmat truck rolls over, spills big load
A tractor-trailer carrying hazardous materials rolled over Wednesday morning in North Laredo.
Construction underway in pipe project
Marshall’s water department provided an update on the progress being made with the construction of the by-pass piping project happening at the main water site.
New exhibit opens at Marshall Visual Arts
Residents will get the chance to view artwork made by community members over the last four years at The Art Event’s Gallery Exhibit Opening reception tonight.
Socorro police chief says evidence still being analyzed in SISD abuse investigation
elpasotimes.com / Wed, 30 Jul 2014 22:57:30 MDT
Socorro Police Chief Carlos Maldonado said evidence in the case of a boy who was allegedly sexually assaulted at school is being analyzed — not hidden.
Healthy Woman to mark sixth year in Longview
Longview Regional Medical Center marks the sixth anniversary of its Healthy Woman initiative on Aug. 7 with a free exposition open to the public.
Longview University Center to offer advising for new criminal courses
The University of Texas at Tyler’s Longview University Center will host an advising session for students interested in the university’s first year of criminal justice courses.
Several new buildings under construction in Marshall
El Paso Interim Deputy City Manager Sean McGlynn headed to Santa Rosa, Calif.
elpasotimes.com / Wed, 30 Jul 2014 22:55:28 MDT
El Paso Interim Deputy City Manager Sean McGlynn has chosen as the next city manager of Santa Rosa, Calif., according to the Santa Rosa Press Democrat newspaper.
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