Officers Find $200K In Car Abandoned At Texas ParkOfficers have found more than $200,000 hidden in the seats of a car that appeared to be abandoned at a Texas park, not far from the Mexican border.
Nearly A Dozen Arrested In Texas Human Smuggling RingNearly a dozen people have been arrested in an alleged Texas human smuggling ring operating since March.
Man Who Shot South Texas Deputy Charged With AssaultA man who shot a South Texas sheriff's deputy in an exchange of gunfire on a street has been charged with aggravated assault against a public servant.
Texas 'Selfie Statue' Turning HeadsA new statue on the Sugarland Town Square plaza is turning heads. The new bronze statue features two teen girls - taking a selfie with a mobile phone.
Local, Federal Authorities Investigate Fatal South Texas Bus CrashFederal investigators and local authorities are working to determine what caused a charter bus to crash in far South Texas, killing eight people and injuring 44 others in a one-vehicle rollover.
Bus Company In Texas Crash Faced Problems BeforeThe small Texas bus company involved in a rollover crash that killed eight people and injured 44 others had twice been ordered by Louisiana state inspectors in 2015 to take one of its buses off of the road.
South Texas Recovering From Yet Another Deadly FloodHeavy flooding has become nearly an annual rite of passage in the practically sea-level city, where experts have long warned of the potential for catastrophe.
Police Discover Indiana Woman Missing More Than 40 Years, Alive In TexasThis Easter weekend, the daughter hopes to make contact with the mother she has never known.
Police: Woman Stabbed Husband For Not Getting Out Of BedA South Texas woman was charged with aggravated assault after police say she stabbed her common law husband because he wouldn't get out of bed.
Officials: 2 Hurt After Blast At Texas Gas PlantAuthorities say two workers are injured after an explosion and large fire at a gas plant in South Texas.
Federal Corruption Case Snares Leaders Of South Texas CityAlmost every top official in a remote South Texas city was arrested Thursday under a detailed federal indictment that accuses them of taking bribes from contractors and sending city workers to help an illegal gambling operator.
Former Texas Police Chief Gets Probation In Records CaseA former South Texas police chief must serve five years of probation for falsifying records to try to get firearms certification for his staff.

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