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  • Smuggling attempt at wildlife refuge leads to arrest of 5 illegal aliens

    Smuggling attempt at wildlife refuge leads to arrest of 5 illegal aliens

    Sunday, December 17 2017 1:23 PM EST2017-12-17 18:23:43 GMT

    Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Weslaco station disrupted a smuggling attempts, resulting in the arrest of five illegal aliens on Friday. According to U.S. custom and Border Patrol, agents responded to a call of a vehicle that was possibly being loaded with illegal aliens near the Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge.

    Border Patrol Agents assigned to the Weslaco station disrupted a smuggling attempts, resulting in the arrest of five illegal aliens on Friday. According to U.S. custom and Border Patrol, agents responded to a call of a vehicle that was possibly being loaded with illegal aliens near the Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge.

  • DPS: Fatal crash kills Corpus Christi man

    DPS: Fatal crash kills Corpus Christi man

    Saturday, December 16 2017 12:23 PM EST2017-12-16 17:23:04 GMT

    A head-on crash sends one person to the hospital in critical condition and leaves another person dead. The collision happened just after 3:45 a.m. along Farm Market 624, in the Bluntzer area, two miles west of Catherine Drive.

    A head-on crash sends one person to the hospital in critical condition and leaves another person dead. The collision happened just after 3:45 a.m. along Farm Market 624, in the Bluntzer area, two miles west of Catherine Drive.

  • No Christmas for family displaced by Harvey? KZTV's John Rupolo reports

    No Christmas for family displaced by Harvey? KZTV's John Rupolo reports

    Friday, December 15 2017 11:25 PM EST2017-12-16 04:25:50 GMT

    A family of five lost everything after Hurricane Harvey destroyed their Aransas Pass home. They came back after evacuating to find all their possessions were gone, and have since been living in an Ingleside hotel paid for by FEMA.

    A family of five lost everything after Hurricane Harvey destroyed their Aransas Pass home. They came back after evacuating to find all their possessions were gone, and have since been living in an Ingleside hotel paid for by FEMA.

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  • Houston fire employee charged with sexual assault of a child

    Houston fire employee charged with sexual assault of a child

    Sunday, December 17 2017 4:20 PM EST2017-12-17 21:20:14 GMT

    (AP) - A 27-year-old Houston Fire Department employee has been arrested on a charge of sexually assaulting a child. The Harris County Sheriff's Office says Brandon Ramirez met the girl online, sent sexually explicit photos and videos of himself to her over weeks and then met her in person for a "sexual encounter." 

    (AP) - A 27-year-old Houston Fire Department employee has been arrested on a charge of sexually assaulting a child. The Harris County Sheriff's Office says Brandon Ramirez met the girl online, sent sexually explicit photos and videos of himself to her over weeks and then met her in person for a "sexual encounter." 

  • 8,000 firefighters protect California communities

    8,000 firefighters protect California communities

    Sunday, December 17 2017 3:59 PM EST2017-12-17 20:59:57 GMT
    MONTECITO, Calif. (AP) - One of the largest wildfires in California history is now 40 percent contained but flames still threaten coastal communities as dry, gusty winds are predicted to continue. Winds calmed overnight but seaside communities in Santa Barbara counties were warned again Sunday that they're still at risk if unpredictable gusts whip up once more. Some 8,000 firefighters are deployed to the so-called Thomas Fire, which has burned for nearly two weeks and still threaten...
    MONTECITO, Calif. (AP) - One of the largest wildfires in California history is now 40 percent contained but flames still threaten coastal communities as dry, gusty winds are predicted to continue. Winds calmed overnight but seaside communities in Santa Barbara counties were warned again Sunday that they're still at risk if unpredictable gusts whip up once more. Some 8,000 firefighters are deployed to the so-called Thomas Fire, which has burned for nearly two weeks and still threaten...
  • Power outage halts flights at Atlanta international airport

    Power outage halts flights at Atlanta international airport

    Sunday, December 17 2017 3:50 PM EST2017-12-17 20:50:50 GMT

    ATLANTA (AP) - Authorities say a power outage at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has disrupted ingoing and outgoing flights.      Airport spokesman Reese McCraine says the outage occurred early Sunday afternoon. He says all airport operations are being affected and that outgoing flights were halted.

    ATLANTA (AP) - Authorities say a power outage at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has disrupted ingoing and outgoing flights.      Airport spokesman Reese McCraine says the outage occurred early Sunday afternoon. He says all airport operations are being affected and that outgoing flights were halted.

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