State Agency Conducting Safety Initiative on Memorial Day Weekend

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will be conducting a safety initiative called ‘Operation Dry Water’.... -

86 In Custody Following Traffic Stop in Willacy Co.

A tractor-trailer was pulled over by Department of Public Safety while traveling northbound on U.S. Highway 77.... -

Valley Teacher Loses Job Following Suspension of Head Start Program

The program was suspended effective Thursday. ... -

3 Arrested in Hidalgo Co. for Voter Fraud

The investigation on voter fraud is connected to the city of Edinburg election that took place Nov. 2017.... -

Broken Water Line in San Juan Sparks Concerns of Water Shortage

San Juan officials say they have a plan in place in the event of a water shortage.... -

Sales of Fake License Plates on the Rise

Some ads claim the sales to be 100 percent legal but they’re not.... -

Weslaco Firefighters Use Abandoned Structures for Training

The abandoned homes are set for demolition.... -

Texas Medical Board Suspends Valley Doctor’s License

The board found he suffers from an impairment that prevents him from practicing medicine safely.... -

Regional Amber Alert Canceled in Hidalgo Co. Abduction Investigation

They were last seen Tuesday near the intersection of North I and Minnesota roads in San Juan. ... -

TxDot Gives Tips to Keep Roads Safer for Motorcyclists

A Bishop officer was killed in a crash that took place in Brownsville on Saturday.... -

Court Rejects Appeal for Brownsville Man on Death Row

John Allen Rubio was convicted in the slayings of his common-law wife’s children.... -

Bishop Police Officer’s Family Reacts to Fatal Crash

The crash took place in Boca Chica Boulevard over the weekend. ... -

13 workers wounded in Reynosa shooting

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Call leads to discovery of 86 immigrants in semi truck

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Call leads to discovery of 86 immigrants in semi truck

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17-year-old shot outside San Benito, suspect on the run

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Ex-fire chief files lawsuit against San Benito

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EPA Present Options to Reduce Contamination at Donna Lake

The agency says material used in a 9-foot concrete pipeline contain cancer-causing chemicals.... -

Authorities to address RGC arrests, police presence at school district offices

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Dollar General eyes third San Benito location

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John Allen Rubio loses appeal for decapitating 3 children

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Elderly man pleads not guilty to manslaughter

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John Allen Rubio loses appeal for decapitating 3 children

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Unofficial Final Election Results for RGV Run-offs

Click on our 'Vote 2018' tab on our website for more information on the elections. ... -

South Carolina Nat’l Guard Troops Heading to Border

The troops will be bringing in a helicopter to aid in surveillance. ... -

RGV Veteran Pleased with VA System Upgrade

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs signed a deal for a new medical records system upgrade.... -

18-Year-Old Suspect in Cameron Co. Shooting on the Run

A victim was found with a gunshot wound to the chest.... -

Local Driver Survives Runaway Rig Experience

9-1-1 recordings caught the 20-mile ordeal on tape.... -

Cuban Nationals Charged in Card Skimming Case

The couple stole over $74,000.... -

Former IDEA Public Schools Bus Driver Facing Additional Charges

He’s being held on a $420,000 bond.... -

Dominguez unseats Oliveira in District 37 runoff

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Cordova clinches spot on 197th state District Judge bench

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Incumbent Gracia to serve another four years

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Dedication drives Early College High School’s best

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Cartel capo’s son convicted on charges

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Mexican law enforcement personnel in town for training

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Police seek truck’s driver

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NHC monitoring tropical system

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Final Election Night Results

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Final Election Night Numbers

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Suspected Driver Sought in Connection to Fatal Hit-and-Run in Brownsville

The crash involving a motorcyclist happened along the 7500 block of Boca Chica Boulevard.... -

Son of Gulf Cartel capo convicted on federal charges

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Voters to decide Willacy runoff

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McAllen police investigating credit card skimming scheme

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San Benito museums tweak lease agreements

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Democratic primary runoff today

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Tropical development not expected to impact RGV

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Special Needs Children Shape 'A League of Their Own'

The organization started out with six teams; now there's 21 teams and more than 250 children with special needs.... -

Tropical development not expected to impact RGV

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Hit-and-run accident leaves off-duty officer dead

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Voter Fraud Investigation Underway in Edinburg

An investigation revealed that one home in Edinburg had 11 registered voters.... -

San Benito Family Wants Refund for Incomplete Project

They say, about a year ago, they paid a welder almost $9,000 to build a custom fence. ... -

Raymondville Sidewalk Project Complete

The contractor who conducted the project won’t be fined for the delays in construction.... -

Growers at Ease with Rainfall Following Drought

For the most part, the month of May has been dry this year.... -

Former McAllen Police Officer Out on Bond Following Court Hearing

He’s accused of pretending to be a DEA agent after he was no longer with the agency.... -

State Guidelines in Place to Safeguard Children on Inflatables

A Brownsville girl was found unresponsive in the pool part of an inflatable over the weekend. ... -

State Seeks to Investigate Possible Election Crime in the Valley

A postal worker says they observed a large number of mail-in ballots correspondence in one deposit box.... -

IRS Issues Warning to International Taxpayers, Non-Resident Aliens

The agency says criminals are using a fake IRS form W-8BEN to aid in identity theft. ... -

Time to help out Speech Drama Debate team

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Honduras detainee dies in ICE custody

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Mobile phone bandit: Police looking for man who allegedly took cell phones

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New Operation to Survey Homes in Raymondville for Hurricane Season

The program is only three weeks old.... -

BPUB Announces Temporary Closure of Ramps along I-69

The closure will be in effect on starting Thursday at midnight to 6 a.m.... -

House fire displaces family

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Residents Concerned with Flooding in Neighborhood North of Alton

A Hidalgo County spokesperson says they’re not directly involved in the issue.... -

‘Click It or Ticket’ Campaign Kicks Off

The campaign will end June 3.... -

Body of Woman Found in Canal Identified

Brownsville police say the woman’s family reported her missing Thursday morning.... -

Police: Suspect steals $3,250 in cell phones from AT&T store

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Former patients sue doctor facing fraud charges for false diagnoses

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Brownsville child dies after found in inflatable pool

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Local Ironman competitor with rare Lamborghini bike

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Local man bikes more than 500 miles for PTSD awareness

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After 20 years ‘on the books,’ work on FM 106 nears end

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Impacts of Artificial Reef on Red Snapper Fishing Season

Federal Red Snapper fishing season is set to begin June 1st.It's projected to be 40 days longer this year than last year.... -

Relative of Santa Fe Shooting Victim Reflects on Loss of Loved One

A Santa Fe, Texas high school remains a crime scene after 10 people were killed in a shooting.One of the victims, was a former valley resident and member of the Anchor Bible Baptist Church in Pharr.... -

Authorities Searching for Suspects in Aggravated Robbery

The suspects are considered armed and dangerous.... -

Brownsville Police Investigating Death of 9-Year-Old Girl

Sunday, officers responded to a home on the 1200 block of Calle Milpa on a call that the girl was found unresponsive in an inflatable pool....