Brownsville Police Searching for Suspect in Cell Phone Theft

Investigators say it happened Jan. 5 on the 1100 block of E Alton Gloor Boulevard.... -

Valley Consumers Having Trouble Finding Space Heaters

Hidalgo County Service Agency says they’ve hit a standstill in their donation efforts.... -

Local Police Chief Advises Risks of Hiring Through Social Media

A man, who was hired after he replied to a Facebook job post, was arrested for stealing nearly $3,000 worth of items from his place of employment.... -

Border Patrol: Metal Spikes Thrown at Agents’ Units

They say several units were disabled near the Rio Grande River in Brownsville as smugglers evaded arrest.... -

Border Patrol Highlights K9 Officers Tacking Cocaine Seizures

With an increase in cocaine busts, the canines have been hard at work. ... -

2 Recovering after Crash in Harlingen

The incident happened on FM 507 and Briar Ave. before 11 a.m. Friday.... -

Police, US Marshals Arrest 2nd Harlingen Assault Suspect

The assault happened at a business last Thursday on the 1500 block of North Business 77.... -

OIG Releases Report on CBP Alleged Violation of Civil Rights

U.S. Department of Homeland Security says through a thorough investigation, they found no wrong doing or “stonewalling”.... -

Bond Reduced for 2 Suspects in Rio Grande City Murder Case

Both men face charges of tampering with a human corpse and tampering with physical evidence.... -

Health clinic to open in Laguna Vista

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How cold is too cold? Parks & Rec sets minimum pool temp at 72

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Border Patrol Sees No Cold-Related Deaths Among Illegal Crossers in Valley

Additional agents were sent to the Falfurrias ranchland as a precaution.... -

McAllen Police Releases 2017 Crime Data

The police department says overall, crime went down for the eighth year in a row.... -

Game Wardens See Spike in Gillnet Seizures

Forty-nine illegal gillnets, totaling more than 1,400 feet were pulled from the waters.... -

Border Patrol Thwarts Tractor-Trailer Smuggling Attempt, 5 In Custody

This is the sixth foiled tractor trailer smuggling attempt this month alone.... -

Class raises donations for annual quinceanera ball

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City offers women’s self-defense class

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Student artists show work at Petrina Cultural Center

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The paperless WIC: New program to provide convenience to clients

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FAA to Investigate Cargo Plane Collapse, Owner Responsible for Cleanup

A video shows the fuselage, behind the cockpit cracked and one of the propellers was also damaged.... -

Brownsville man who lived with parents charged with child porn

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UTRGV Street Team connects with Porter High School class

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Bathroom Ventilation Fan Sparks Edinburg Apartment Fire

The fan was left on overnight.... -

Brownsville Police Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying Car Theft Suspects

The vehicle was crossed south of the border the same day it was stolen.... -

Investigators Looking Into Cause of McAllen House Fire

The fire broke out Thursday night on 1st Street and Yuma Avenue near McColl Road.... -

Mexican Rights Commission Blames Marines, Security Detail for 2014 Killings

Progreso siblings were visiting their father in El Control, Tamaulipas.... -

Some Hidalgo Co. Residents Charged Multiple Times for Property Taxes

The county tax assessor-collector invites anyone with overdrafts due to this error to visit his office for resolution.... -

Nine sea turtles brought in to rescue center

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Grocery delivery service to come to the Valley

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Mexican cargo plane suffers gear collapse at airport

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Damaged Mexican Bridge Causing Produce Delays Locally

The bridge that was damaged over the weekend was constructed to speed up traffic.... -

Valley Man Waits Months for Motorcycle Repairs

He paid and followed up several times with the mechanic at Third Coast Kustoms in Harlingen.... -

Valley First Responders Keep Busy Amid Freezing Temperatures

First responders assisted in nearly 100 accidents in Cameron County on Tuesday and throughout the night.... -

McAllen Shelter Receives New Beds

This will help prevent a bed bug issue at the Salvation Army and make it easy to wipe down.... -

Previous TCEQ Citation Not Related to Leak in Water Tower near Rio Hondo

Officials say a faulty sensor was to blame. ... -

Man Sentenced for Importing Nearly 30 Kilos of Meth through Anzalduas Port of Entry

The Fort Worth man will spend 10 years in federal prison.... -

Game Wardens Discover Illegal Gillnetting at Valley Beach

Redfish, speckled trout and blue crabs were found in the nets.... -

Take a winter tour of downtown Harlingen

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Stopping child smugglers: Border police chief does his part to keep kids out of cartels

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Trial set in fajita case: Ex-county employee pleads not guilty to stealing meat

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DSHS’ Oral Rabies Vaccination Program Begins

Baits containing a vaccination for rabies will be placed in uninhabited areas around South Padre Island that may attract coyotes.... -

Human Rights Commission finds evidence that security forces killed Americans

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Brownsville man indicted in fatal Port Isabel hit-and-run

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Filmmaker screens latest work Saturday at BMFA

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Brownsville PUB to temporarily serve San Pedro residents

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More than $350K in Drugs Seized at Hidalgo International Bridge

A 32-year-old driver was arrested and turned over to Homeland Security Investigations.... -

Local Shelters to Open Due to Winter Weather Advisory

The Rio Grande Valley is expecting near-freezing weather to roll through by Tuesday afternoon.... -

Uncovered: Catholic Parish Opens Center for Hundreds Who Cross into US Illegally

A community center turned into a dining hall and it’s classrooms into bedrooms.... -

Iva Ryan: 100-Year-Old Valley Piano Player

She started playing the piano when she was 13 years old.... -

Museums collaborate on ‘Borderlands’ exhibit

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Hidalgo Co. Cowboy Says Cold Weather May be Harmful for Animals

He says livestock need lot of hay to keep producing heat, either by eating eat or lying on it for insulation.... -

Harlingen theater presents ‘An Old Lady’s Guide to Survival’

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Just 3 brown pelicans perish in death zone

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Mexico rights body blames marines, police for 2014 killings of Progreso siblings

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Trial scheduled in sizzling fajita theft case

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State of the Island: Mayor Stahl delivers annual address

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San Benito aims to be more competitive in recruiting students

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Amber Alert Issued for 17-Year-Old Missouri City Girl

Police say Jazmine Johnson was taken from her home by an unknown suspect.... -

Local Shelters In Need of Supplies During Recent Cold Snap

First Baptist Church in Weslaco says on Tuesday they saw over double the number of people stay versus the previous cold snap earlier this month.... -

Shelter Closure Affects Homeless in Brownsville

The Good Neighbor Settlement House was closed Wednesday due to the lack of volunteers.... -

Border Patrol Prepare for Search, Recovery Efforts in Cold

Agents say the extreme cold could have severe consequences for people in the U.S. illegally heading north.... -

Valley Growers Assess Crops After Unusual Freeze

The weather and freezing rain put a halt on crop production Wednesday....