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Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Metro Editor — The McAllen Monitor

Metro editor at @monitornews in Rio Grande Valley. Freelancer for @ReutersUS. Displaced Cheesehead. Views are my own.

Gang-related arson at Edinburg doctor’s office fueled by $448K cash theft, police say - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — The fire happened the evening of April 22 at Bravo Medical Center, 5517 Doctor's Drive, where firefighters found three guns and a large amount of charred cash inside two exam rooms, according to a criminal complaint. Edinburg police launched an investigation into the cash and guns and filed no criminal charges against the business owner, Dr. Leonel Villarreal Cantu.

Sources: Corruption probe targets top cops' sons - Local News - The Monitor

themonitor.com — Federal agents searched the Mission Police Department, where they searched and seized narcotics investigators' "documents and other items" late Wednesday evening, Mission police Chief Martin Garza said. Two unmarked white pickup trucks with tinted windows were seen leaving the police department as local television stations arrived after 9 p.m.

Gulf Cartel hit man arrested in Rio Grande City; cops seize $187k in cash - Premium - The Monitor

themonitor.com — Rodriguez, who identified himself as "Comandante Boris," told Starr County High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area investigators during a Thanksgiving Day interview that he worked for the Gulf Cartel as a sicario - a hit man - tasked with securing territory against members of Los Zetas.

'Operation Smuggled Gringo' nets Pharr men in drug, money laundering conspiracy - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — Both men face marijuana and money laundering conspiracy charges. They are expected to appear before a U.S. magistrate in McAllen on Wednesday. Both men are accused of moving at least a ton of marijuana from the Rio Grande Valley and laundering the proceeds from the drug enterprise, prosecutors said.

Zonkey, baby tiger capture curiosity at Reynosa zoo - Local News - The Monitor

themonitor.com — They waddled off and into the paddleboat pond to avoid Coco - the spirited, 20-week-old Bengal tiger whose juvenile growl and playful demeanor has captured the curiosity of visitors to the Zoologico de Reynosa - the Reynosa zoo. "She is like a kid," said Alfredo Moreno Ricart, the zoo's gregarious general director.

Key players in former sheriff’s demise to face sentencing today - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — Sentencing is slated for today in that case - USA v. Greathouse - where Gonzalez and Padilla are set to learn how much time they will spend behind bars. Prosecutors on Wednesday filed paperwork for U.S.

As 3 Progreso siblings confirmed dead in Mexico, an outcry for justice - The Monitor: Premium

themonitor.com — "They didn't do anything bad for them to do something to my children," the mother said in Spanish as she wept. "They destroyed my heart. They took parts of my life." Mexican authorities found the bodies east of Matamoros on Wednesday.

As 3 Progreso siblings confirmed dead in Mexico, outcry for justice - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — "They didn't do anything bad for them to do something to my children," the mother said in Spanish as she wept. "They destroyed my heart. They took parts of my life." Mexican authorities found the bodies east of Matamoros on Wednesday.

Gilbert school board hopeful Bellus opposes Common Core

azcentral.com — Gilbert Public Schools board candidate Ron Bellus is a solid conservative who supports parents' choice for children's education and opposes Common Core. As a member of the Gilbert Town Council, I join with 26 other current and former elected officials who fully endorse Ron Bellus for Gilbert's school board.

Former sheriff's deputy laundered $40M in drug money, gets 12 years in prison - The Monitor: Local News

themonitor.com — Maldonado worked as a cash runner for drug traffickers from 2001 until November 2013 - after he was arrested in Victoria County in early 2012, when he was running for Precinct 1 constable - until he was arrested by federal agents, prosecutors said Wednesday. Prosecutors said he transported drug money from Detroit, Chicago, Birmingham, Ala.
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Dec 17, 2014

Pulling The Interview Is the End of Free Speech in Hollywood laweekly.com/publicspectacl…

Dec 17, 2014

@AmericanAir why aren't American fares showing up on Google Flights right now?

Dec 17, 2014

Carmike Cinemas, with location in Edinburg, pulls 'The Interview' with Sony's support themonitor.com/news/apnews/ca… #rgv

Dec 16, 2014

Here's details on the procession and memorial service for McAllen City Commissioner Scott Crane, who died Sunday: themonitor.com/news/local/pro…

Dec 14, 2014

@kreighbaum so many people have uttered that tonight and every Sunday night.

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