Tag: threat

Second threat made at a Laredo School

United Independent School District Officials taking precautionary measures after a threat was made at an elementary campus. It was at Muller Elementary where school administration found a written message saying something bad would take place.¬† Parents were concerned saying the district should’ve immediately notified them of the situation.¬† In a letter sent to parents, UISD¬†accidentally wrote the wrong date the threat was allegedly set to happen. UISD officials are also investigating threats made to Washington Middle School last week and are checking restrooms every 15...

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DPS Raises Texas’ ‘Terrorism Threat’

RGV (KFXV) – The Texas terrorism threat is now set to elevated – this according to the latest assessment from the Texas Department of Public Safety. The annual report not only states potential danger from acts of terrorism but also those stemming from drug trafficking and organized crime along the border. The Department of Public Safety raised the threat level in Texas to elevated – the agency released its annual Texas Public Safety threat overview – it indicates that threats from potential danger from international terror organizations like ISIS and drug cartels led officials to determine the level. Some...

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Harlingen Man Makes Threats Against Police

Harlingen (KFXV) — A man is under arrest after threatening police online and pepper spraying a cashier while committing a robbery. Authorities say, Anthony Guajardo robbed a gas station, taking a twelve pack of beer and pepper sprayed the cashier. Guajardo then took to social media and threatened police by posting “execute all cops.” police found and arrested him . He’s facing multiple charges including a charge for terroristic...

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Al-Queda Election Threats in Texas

Texas (KFXV) –With only four days left until election day, the FBI says it’s investigating possible Al-Queda threats to three states. It is believed New York, Virginia and Texas are possible targets. This after federal authorities intercepted conversations among Al-Qaeda supporters overseas about the attacks on November 7th. U.S. officials stressed that the threat is not specific and therefore could just be “idle” chatter but, are taking it seriously. Governor Greg Abbott today issued this statement saying his office is working with law enforcement officials and continuing to monitor the situation in close coordination with DPS and Texans should...

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Zika ravages testes of mice; study raises concern about men

NEW YORK (AP) — Zika virus ravages the testes of male mice, sharply reducing sperm counts and fertility, says a study that raises a new specter about its threat to people. Experiments found testes of infected mice shrank about 90 percent by weight, while their output of useful sperm fell by three-quarters on average, and often more. Now it’s time to find out if Zika causes similar damage in men, experts said. “We just don’t know that yet,” said Michael Diamond of the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, a senior author of the study. The virus...

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