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Valley View Coach Faces 22 Charges of Distributing Illicit Material

Valley View (KFXV) — A track coach from Valley View ISD is accused of sharing a sexually explicit image with a group of students. According to authorities, during their interview of 31-year-old Pablo Gonzalez, he admitted to sending the message, but affirmed he believed it to be a real news article. The criminal complaint indicates that when the students clicked on the message, sent to a group chat of 27 students with 22 of them under the age of 18, a naked man appeared. Gonzalez now faces 22 charges of distributing harmful material to a...

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Brownsville Police Seek Convenience Store Thief

Brownsville (KFXV) — Police need the help of all Fox viewers to locate a man wanted for a robbery of a convenience store. Law enforcement is reporting that on April 21 around 5 in the morning, a man entered the business located at the 3500 block of Ruben M Torres Boulevard and threatened the victim with bodily injury before he took merchandise from the store. Now, authorities are asking you to call in with any information at the Brownsville Crime Stoppers hotline, the number is (956) 546-8477...

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3rd Annual National Latino HIV Conference Seeks to Raise Awareness

South Padre Island (KFXV) — The Valley Aids Council hosts its third annual National Latino HIV Conference in an effort to raise awareness on the growing epidemic. Doctors, social workers and educators from the U.S. and Mexico among the nearly 500 participants. The lack of this type of events for health care and service providers working with latinos living with HIV kickstarted the Valley Aids Council plan to host the first of its kind. HIV continues to be a serious health threat for the hispanic community..enough reason for experts to develop new strategies in addressing the disease. In the...

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Local Lawsuit Filed Against SB4

RGV (KFXV) — We begin tonight with Senate Bill Four which continues generating arguments within civil rights and pro-immigrant organizations who say this new law violates U.S. Constitution. Tonight we speak with how local organizations are fighting back – in hopes the law won’t go into effect September 1st. Another lawsuit has been filed against Senate Bill Four– just weeks after Governor Abbott signed it into law. These are documents filed today by the El Paso County, Richard Wiles, Sheriff of El Paso County, and the Texas Organizing Project Education Fund against Senate Bill Four, also known as the...

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Six Children Abducted By Biological Mother; Mother Sought

Hidalgo County (KFXV) — The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office needs the help of all Fox viewers to locate six missing kids who were abducted by their biological mother. According to the sheriff’s office, 32-year-old, Angela Mateos Ramirez abducted her children Saturday evening. After she failed to return them to their foster family at the end of her visitation. Ramirez — last seen driving a small, white-colored, four door car is described as 4’, 11”, with brown eyes and brown hair. Ramirez could also be traveling in a blue pontiac vibe with license plate number, B-X-K-4-6-3-2. Contact the Hidalgo County...

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