Tropical Storm Hermine Moves Over To Texas

McALLEN ( Forecasters have divulged that Tropical Storm Hermine shifted across Texas on Tuesday after it made land fall on northeastern Mexico the day before. As predicted by the weather officials of the Miami-based National Hurricane Center, the storm has made its way into southern region on Texas lashing the area with heavy rains as well as strong winds. The Tropical Storm Hermine is said to have focused on the southwestern direction of Corpus Christi, Texas and is gradually moving in the north-northwest direction at 17 miles per hour.

Tropical Storm Hermine crosses into Texas hours after coming ashore in Mexico

Tropical Storm Hermine crosses into Texas

RAYMONDVILLE, Texas — Hermine weakened Tuesday but continued dumping heavy rains on a northern crawl through Texas, barely holding on to tropical storm strength but leaving behind a path of widespread power outages and landslides in Mexico.

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Investigators: Broken drive shaft likely caused Texas bus crash that killed 2, injured 40

Broken drive shaft likely caused Texas bus crash

Authorities release identity of 2 people killed when Mexico-bound bus crashes in Texas

Officials identify 2 killed in Texas bus crash

Officials say equipment failure may have caused Mexico-bound bus to crash in Texas, killing 2

Cause of fatal bus crash in Texas unknown

CAMPBELLTON, Texas — The bus had been on the interstate about an hour when the spring breakers and other travelers headed toward the U.S.-Mexico border heard a noise and then felt the bus flip around before toppling on its side in a grassy median.