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New Sheriff Vows to Lift ‘Dark Cloud’ Over Hidalgo County Law Enforcement Agency

After the sudden resignation Friday of embattled Sheriff Lupe Treviño, Hidalgo County moved quickly to appoint an interim sheriff Wednesday. The Hidalgo County Commissioner’s Court appointed Precinct 4 Constable J.E. “Eddie” Guerra to run the law enforcement agency, one of the largest in the state with nearly 800 employees and a $44 million budget.

Lawsuit to be Filed Against Most Draconian Part of New Texas Abortion Law

Abortion rights groups seek to block ambulatory surgical care center rule and to shield El Paso and McAllen abortion clinics from admitting privileges mandate.

Writers Address the State of Latino Lit at the Wittliff

Writers address the state of Latino literature at Texas State University.

Eye On Texas: Bull Riding for Amateurs

Looking for a fresh angle on an old story, I found a bull-riding school for kids that takes place twice a year in New Caney, Texas.

Bob Hall and the Conservative Persecution Complex

What does hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes make you? A warrior, targeted by Obama himself, who’ll return this country to fiscal sanity.