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February 2017

Confirmed: City of Edinburg, Officials Under FBI Investigation (Updating)

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Edinburg City FBI Investigation

The Monitor broke the story after receiving tips about a potential FBI raid at Edinburg City Hall on Monday. Keep Reading

RGV GOP Staffer Sold Out Her Grandpa and Duped Our Governor To Believe A Story That Didn’t Exist

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Cassie Luevano Ricardo Zavala

On Saturday, Dave Hendricks of KGBT Channel 4 covered a story about Homero Guzman, an elderly man who was robbed at gunpoint outside a South McAllen Church’s Chicken and how his granddaughter Cassie Luevano, who happens to be a Republican Party staffer, claimed the suspect of being an illegal alien, using twitter to spread her grandfather’s incident, pining for stringent border security to a point where even the Governor of Texas replied to her directly.

Late last night we found out that Luevano and the tens of thousands of people that believed her story were wrong. Keep Reading

Progreso PD: Don’t Call Us When You Actually Need Help

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Progreso PD Chief David Hernandez

Earlier today, KRGV’s Trason Bragg reported on a Progreso woman who was attacked by a pack of dogs in her own neighborhood. What really MAKES this story, however, is that when she attempted to call Progreso PD’s direct line, that shit went straight to voicemail. Keep Reading

Ezequiel Reyna, Jr., Weslaco Attorney, Is Also Being Sued By A.C. Cuellar

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In October of last year, we reported that former Hidalgo County Commissioner A.C. Cuellar filed a lawsuit against newly elected Commissioner David Fuentes alleging election finance misconduct to the tune of $550,000 of unreported expenditures and contributions during the May primary elections.

Last Wednesday, however, A.C. Cuellar’s attorneys have filed an amended petition that included new allegations of misconduct as well as add Ezequiel Reyna, Jr., a prominent mid-Valley attorney who also happens to be Fuentes’ uncle, to the lawsuit. Keep Reading

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