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Newly Elected Texas Senator Ted Cruz Considering Run for President in 2016

Newly Elected Texas Senator Ted Cruz Considering Run for President in 2016

The newly elected Texas Republican Senator, Ted Cruz, is considering a run for the Presidency in 2016 the Houston Chronicle is reporting. continue reading »

Robert Rodriguez Sued, Future of ‘Machete’ Sequel at Risk

Robert Rodriguez Sued, Future of ‘Machete’ Sequel at Risk

If Overnight Productions has its way there will be no more ‘Machete’ movies. continue reading »

500 Pounds of Pot Found on Texas School Bus Transporting H.S. Basketball Team

500 Pounds of Pot Found on Texas School Bus Transporting H.S. Basketball Team

The parents of students at the local high school in Van Horn, Texas are worried drug smugglers are using local school buses to transport illegal drugs after 500 pounds of pot was found recently. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Texas Father Burglarizes Home, Brings 3-Year-old Along

LATINO BLOTTER: Texas Father Burglarizes Home, Brings 3-Year-old Along

Father of the year, he is not. Bad dad, he is. A Texas father drove to burglaries with his 3-year-old son in the car, according to police. Bernard Cardenas is charged with five counts continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Substitute Teacher Who Slept with 14-Year-Old Boy is Pregnant

LATINO BLOTTER: Substitute Teacher Who Slept with 14-Year-Old Boy is Pregnant

A substitute teacher in Texas was arrested after a boy’s mother discovered said teacher was sleeping with her son. Authorities in Texas’ Bexar County say 35-year-old substitute teacher Amanda Sotelo slept continue reading »

Texas Judge Calls Defendant Maricelda Marie Aguilar “Worthless” Storms from Courtroom

Texas Judge Calls Defendant Maricelda Marie Aguilar “Worthless” Storms from Courtroom

Defendant Maricelda Marie Aguilar was not Texas Judge Lonnie Cox’s favorite person, but his recent outburst left many stunned. At an October 5th hearing, District Judge Cox learned that 22-year-old continue reading »

Texas Couple Sentenced to 5 Years for Conspiring to Bribe a Border Patrol Agent

Texas Couple Sentenced to 5 Years for Conspiring to Bribe a Border Patrol Agent

A federal judge in Las Cruces, New Mexico sentenced Debbie Ayala, 26, of San Elizardo, Texas, and David Rogelio Leyva, 27, of Socorro, Texas, to five-year prison terms for conspiring to bribe a public official, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth J. Gonzales. Ayala and Leyva will be on supervised release for three years after they complete their prison sentences. continue reading »