Noon Fix: DOJ: Russians stole info on 500,000 US voters; New regional VP for South Texas Health System; Weslaco ISD flood damage; Post-flood assistance
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says that Russian intelligence agents stole information on 500,000 U.S. voters after hacking a state U.S. election board. The allegation was part of new charges Rosenstein announced against 12 Russian intelligence officers for hacking offenses during the 2016 presidential election.
Charles “Chuck” Stark has been named regional vice president of South Texas Health System.
School district officials here have estimated $13.7 million in repairs needed as a result of last month’s flooding.
Hidalgo County residents who rent rather than own homes may also apply for assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency.