Author: Fox South Texas Newsroom

Auto Parts being Stolen in Los Fresnos

Thefts of auto parts while at home in their apartments residents say it’s happened to multiple neighbors. Residents in the Los Fresnos area have raised concerns, after parts of their cars have gone missing…. Many of these photos show tires missing from vehicles. These acts of vandalism happened at an apartment complex on whipple road. One resident spoke to us about the situation… He has already reported the missing auto parts to the authorities and is asking for help and hoping that a solution to the problem comes soon. We tried to get in contact with the management of...

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Applications for the Visa Lottery will open next Tuesday

This would give foreigners from certain countries the ability to be in the country legally. The applications for the visa lottery will open next Tuesday and will only have a window of one month to apply. This is an opportunity that could help many people like Ricci who is from one of the qualifying countries. Ricci, left her home in Honduras when she was 17. She was alone but with hopes to provide her children a better life even if she was in the united states. Being granted a visa would provide her the reunion shes been longing for...

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Texas AG Paxton Visits Laredo to Discuss Border Security and SB4

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton visiting Laredo earlier today to discuss border security and the implementation of SB4. Paxton held a press conference to speak with law enforcement and community members on the 5th us circuit court of appeals ruling stating that local law enforcement agencies must honor all federal immigration holds for people who are in the country illegally. The law states that the state won’t penalize officials who refused to enforce federal immigration law. The court set a hearing for November 6th for cities who filed a lawsuit against as before claiming the law is unconstitutional because...

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Department of Homeland Security to start collecting information on all immigrants via social platforms

Department of homeland security has moved to start collecting information and all immigrants via social platforms. The new ruling set to go into effect on October 18th calls for social media surveillance on immigrants, which many fear is information that could be used against them. “This is concerning because we share personal information with our friends, personal pictures, our political point of view. I want to make sure that this isn’t a way to target people that don’t agree with what that official is saying” – Abraham Diaz (Dreamer) The new rule could also affect residents and naturalized citizens...

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Sheriff’s Office Looking for Jorge Luis Rodriguez; wanted for alleged assault

The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s office is looking for a man accused of an aggravated assault with a weapon. 26-year-old, Jorge Luis Rodriguez was last seen in Elsa Texas. He’s 6 foot 2.., currently weighs around 200 lbs, has black hair and brown eyes. If you have information on the whereabouts of Rodriguez, call the Hidalgo County Crime Stoppers hotline at 956-668-tips (8477). Remember if the information provided through the crime stoppers hotline leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a...

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