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ROADRUNNERS WIN THIRD STRIAGHT OVER ‘WINGS

EDINBURG,Texas— The Edinburg Roadrunners defeated the Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings 9-2 Thursday night at Edinburg Baseball Stadium for their third straight victory.

The Indianapolis Colts finally win a game without Payton manning

Colts 20. Cincinnati 16.

Thursday Night Final Pre Season Football

The MinnesotaVikings at the HoustonTexans. Final Scores. Houston Texans 28. MinnesotaVikings 24.

Thursday Night Final Pre Season Football

13 final football games today. Here are some of the teams I will be following tonight: The Minnesota Vikings at the Houston Texans. The New York Jets at the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cincinnati Bangles at the Indianapolis Colts. New Orleans at Tennessee. Click the web site link below to view all the scores tonight.

Former Corpus Christi Police Officer Handed Sentence for Online Solicitation of a Minor

HOUSTON– Robert McChester Jr., 27, has been sentenced to more than 13 years in prison for using a telephone and a computer connected to the Internet to coerce and entice a minor to engage in sexual activity, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today. McChester pleaded guilty to the charges June 17, 2012.

CONGRESSMAN RUBÉN HINOJOSA ANNOUNCES MILLION DOLLAR FEDERAL GRANT FOR UTPA UPWARD BOUND MATH & SCIENCE PROGRAM

Congressman Rubén Hinojosa (D-TX-15) announced a $1,312,500 grant was awarded to the University of Texas-Pan American by the U.S. Department of Education for the Upward Bound Math & Science Program (UBMS). The grant will budget $262,500 each year over a 5 year period.

McAllen Man Convicted of Possessing Stolen Debit and Bank Account Numbers

McALLEN,Texas– Mario Wong, 33, ofMcAllen,Texas, has entered a plea of guilty to access device fraud related to his possession unauthorized debit and bank account numbers from Domestic and International Banks, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today.

BROWNSVILLE MOSQUITO TESTS POSITIVE FORWEST NILE VIRUS

The City of Brownsville Public Health Departmenttoday received confirmation that one local mosquito trap sample has tested positive for the West Nile Virus.

San Benito police department news briefs 8-30-12

A 31 year old woman charged with failure to identify, theft and previous convictions; A 24 year man charged with theft with previous convictions after a beer run involving 2-18 packs of beer from a Stripes convenience store.

Harlingen police department news briefs 8-30-12

A 25 year old San Benito woman charged for theft after shoplifting $472 worth of fragrances at J. C. Penny’s; A 17 year old man charged for public intoxication, possession of marihuana and pending arrest warrants; A 33 year old man charged for felony theft after stealing a $2,000 gabanelli accordion.

Fund Raiser

For the Gloria Canales Mexican Folklore School of Dance. Brisket and Sausage Plate. Brisket, Sausage, Rice, Beans, Bread and Jalapeno.

Texas Transportation Commission Waives Fee for Select Veterans Driving on State Toll Roads

AUSTIN — In a gesture to honor those men and women who have made great personal sacrifices to ensure our freedom and protect our nation, the Texas Transportation Commission today approved granting free passage for select veterans on severalTexas toll roads. The decision will benefit veterans who are either disabled or recipients of the Purple Heart and/or Congressional Medal of Honor.

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