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11 month old murder victim Adam Noah Bravo to be buried in Demin, New Mexico

His father, Adam Bravo is from New Mexico and wants the burial close to him. He said the Texas victim’s crimes compensation program is providing some ompensation, but that he may need help to cover the difference. His two other children have been released to him and he may need help to relocate them to New Mexico.

Board authorizes administration to secure funding for School of Health Professions

Monday, July 16, 2012 — The Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees, during its regular meeting Tuesday night, authorized the district’s administration to move forward in securing funds for a School of Health Professions that could open as early as 2014.

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY LEADS TO BRIGHT FUTURES

Sixty-seven students from the High School Equivalency Program (HEP) at Texas State Technical College Harlingen clad in blue caps and gowns stepped closer to higher education and their dream jobs July 14.

San Benito police department news briefs 7-16-12

A 28 year old woman arrested and charged for driving while intoxicated; A 24 year old woman was arrested and charged for possession of marihuana.

The death of an 11 old month child has been ruled a homicide

Preliminary autopsy results indicate the infant died of acute head trauma. The child has been identified as Adam Noah Bravo. His parents were charged with injury to a child. Those charges may now be upgraded to capital murder. Click the web site link blow for an update from the Harlingen police department.

Harlingen police department news briefs 7-16-12

2 men arrested and charged for burglary of a building after stealing light fixtures and ceiling fans from a vacant residence; A 50 year old Brownsville man arrested and charged for theft of a motor vehicle recovered at the B&M International Bridge in Brownsville; A 54 year old man arrested and charged for felony theft of unauthorized death benefits for the Texas Municipal League; 3 men, one from Elsa, one from Harlingen and one from San Benito arrested and charged for unlawful carrying a weapon, deadly conduct, discharging a weapon in public, fighting in public-mutual combat and assault.

Dial Dunkin and Heavenly Grace Memorial Park will provide free funeral services and burial

For the 11 month infant beat death by his parents. An autopsy is being conducted today to determine the cause of death. The parents may be charged with capital murder charges.

McAllen Public Library Gains State, National Exposure Following Interior Design Award

The McAllen Public Library’s conversion from a Wal-Mart and its recognition by the International Interior Design Association as a winner in the 2012 Library Interior Design Competition has drawn state and national coverage. Here’s a list of media outlets that have published articles or aired interviews about the McAllen Public: Library:

Survey Poll

For the July 31, 2012 Run Off Election. Carlos Masso for Cameron County & District Attorney. Say NO to the Cameron County District Attorney’s click and Luis Saenz.
Say Yes to Carlos Masso. For Cameron County & District Attorney.

When In Houston

Be sure and visit my cousin Elias Duran’s “Ranchero King Buffet” Restaurant. For more Details. Click the web site link below to view his web site.

Daily Bible Verse

My soul finds rest in God alone; my salvation comes from him. Psalm 62:1 (Read all of Psalm 62) New International Version

THUNDER DROPPED BY COLTS

San Angelo, Texas — the San Angelo Colts used a 7-run second inning to propel them over the McAllen Thunder by a score of 12-9 on Sunday night at Foster Field.

RUNNERS WIN STREAK SNAPPED

EDINBURG- Leugim Barroso continued his hot hitting by driving in three runs as the Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings defeated the Edinburg Roadrunners 5-4 at Edinburg Baseball Stadium Sunday night.

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