Tag: Officials

Police Search for 2 Children After ‘Welfare Concern’

San Benito (KFXV) — Police have issued a ‘welfare concern’ alert involving two minors. They’re now asking the public’s help to locate the children. Authorities are currently looking for Christian Osvaldo Lopez-Hernandez– for the alleged abuse of two minors. Police fear the children might be in danger. The investigation surfaces after a missed appointment with Child Protective Services where 36-year-old, Christian Osvaldo Lopez-Hernandez faces accusations of allegedly abusing 11-year-old Alondra Sanchez-Rosales and her 15-year-old brother, Brandon Rosales-Sanchez. After searching for the family, investigators determined she left her san benito home with only some personal items. Police think the children...

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EXCLUSIVE: DPS Arrest 2 After Bailout; Searching for 3rd Suspect

Mission (KFXV) — Just into our newsroom, the Texas Department of Public Safety arrested two individual, and is still searching for another in the city of Mission after a chase ends in a bailout. Our photojournalist at the scene has the exclusive images of DPS at the scene as they arrested two individuals (a male and female), and searched the area for a third suspect. Officials with DPS have yet to confirm the information, but the alleged pursuit occurred around 8 this evening and ended near Goodwin Road and 3 Mile Line in West Mission. DPS agents searched the...

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Toxic Chemical Leak sends one to hospital

Brownsville (kfxv) – 22 people were evacuated yesterday afternoon after reports of a chemical leak. The Brownsville fire department is investigating the leak of toxic chemicals that happened at the quick Transit Corporation building on East Frontage Street. According to fire chief Carlos Elizondo, one individual receives treatment at an area hospital after he unsuccessfully attempted to close the leak and chemicals and detonated on his face and hands. Officials identified the toxic and corrosive chemical as U-N-2922(Glutaraldehyde). Paramedics Hazmat and Fire Marshals assisted. The incident remains under investigation as to who caused the...

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County Moves to Bring Running Water to Family

EDINBURG (KFXV) — Today is World Water Day and while this precious liquid is vital to survive, today, there are still valley residents who don’t have access to these basic services. This is the story of the Espinoza family, whose story we brought you two weeks ago. Fox Reporter, Maricela De La Cruz spoke to county officials and brings us the latest in this case. It’s been more than two decades of daily struggle for the Espinoza’s without the appropriate running water services provided to them but now, they’re a step closer to making that a reality. On March...

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