Donations, Messages Being Sent to Families in Valley Migrant Shelters

A local church is coordinating donations for church-run migrant shelters in the Valley. ... -

Willacy Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Seeing Increase in Vehicle Break-Ins

Investigators say two minors were involved several break-ins over the weekend. ... -

Brownsville Woman Concerned about Grassy Lot Next Door

She says the city has ignored her complaints. ... -

Flood Insurance Only Active after 30 Days of Purchase

Floods are the most common and expensive natural disasters in the U.S.... -

Valley Homeowner Says Construction Project Pushing Water onto Property

He says crews began reworking the road on FM-681 a couple months ago. ... -

DPS Investigates after Car Crashes into Weslaco Home

An 11-month-old was treated at the hospital as a precaution.... -

Man Charged in Connection with Crash that Killed 11-Year-Old

Authorities say his 11-year-old son was not wearing a seatbelt.... -

Authorities Urge Caution in Construction Zones

Four people were hospitalized after a three-vehicle crash in Alamo.... -

2 Juveniles in Custody after String of Vehicle Break-Ins

Three vehicles were broken into near Sebastian and Lyford.... -

Multiple People in Custody after Chase in Mission

At one point, the driver stopped at an elementary school.... -

San Benito Police help detain boy at immigration shelter

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Correctly installed child safety seats save lives

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State prison officers stretched thin in South Texas

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South Padre reduces speed limit on Gulf Boulevard

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San Benito faces $113,600 fine over sewer discharge

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Edinburg residents rally to stop possible sale of Ebony Hills Golf Course

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Man Accused of Shooting RGC Officer Charged with Resisting Arrest

Saul Mariano allegedly reached for the officer's gun and caused it to discharge.... -

High-Risk Classification Title Removed from Valley VA Clinics

The Veterans Affairs Texas-Valley Coastal Bend Health System was one of 15 classified as high risk. ... -

Mission Family’s Home Under Construction for Repairs Since July

The owner of the company says they’ve had difficulties gaining access to the house and is still owed about $4,000. ... -

Hidalgo Co. Man Wants Lighting Installed in Neighborhood

He says drivers speed through their area posing a danger to children playing outside.... -

Officials Urge Beachgoers to Use Life Jackets When Engaging in Water Sports

The body of a woman was recovered after it washed ashore on Wednesday evening.... -

Mercedes Tenant Waiting for A/C Repair

She says she’s been waiting about a month for the repair. ... -

Pharr Resident Says Drivers Ignoring Stop Sign at Intersection

A CHANNEL 5 NEWS crew saw a total of four cars passing by the stop sign at a three-way stop in less than an hour.... -

Rio Grande City Police Chief: Officers Are Trained for All Situations

An officer’s service weapon was discharged injuring him in the leg while struggling with a suspect.... -

Hundreds of Valley Landowners Receive Rights of Entry Letters for Potential Border Wall

CBP sent more than 230 rights of entry letters in April and another 350 in September. ... -

FedEx freight facility to open in Mercedes, creating 125 jobs

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Resident Wants Vote on Golf Course in Edinburg

The city claims the Ebony Golf Course is not generating enough money to sustain its operations.  ... -

TSC spreads college knowledge during education expo

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TSC spreads college knowledge during education expo

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County wants lawsuit over escaped inmate murder dropped

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County wants lawsuit over escaped inmate murder dropped

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Tax Office closes for active-shooter training

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Tax Office closes for active-shooter training

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City attorney candidate withdraws name from consideration

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City attorney candidate withdraws name from consideration

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McAllen Shoe Repair Shop Owner Coined ‘Miracle Man’

Noel Escobar has 64 years of experience in the shoe repair business. ... -

Investigation Underway after Woman’s Body Found in SPI Waters

The Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace judge confirmed the woman fell from a kayak into the water.... -

Ground Beef Recalled Due to Deadly E. Coli Outbreak

The meat was produced June 21 and is distributed nationwide.... -

Man charged with attempting to flee from investigator in Starr County

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Police Say Vandals Cause $40K in Damages at Mercedes Livestock Show Grounds

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.... -

Rio Grande City Police Officer Injured in Shooting Released from Hospital

The officer got into a struggle with a suspect after a chase. ... -

11-Year-Old Head-On Crash Victim Dies, DPS Says

The crash happened Wednesday afternoon near the intersection of Ingle Road and N Flores Street.... -

Border Patrol Detains Hundreds of People Crossing Border Illegally over 2-Day Span

Border Patrol says smugglers are exploiting small towns sitting along the border. ... -

Cameron County Tax-Assessor Office closed for the afternoon

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Texas Game Wardens field notes

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Decaying fire stairs on Baxter Building can’t be saved

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Roma man sentenced 7 years for moving marijuana

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NEW DOWNTOWN: Upscale pizza venture succeeds in city’s heart

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La Joya to consider regulating conduct during council meetings

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County crews pumping out flooded RV park

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State legislators seek funding for Level 1 trauma upgrades

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Achieve students, staff settling into former Lincoln Middle School

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UTRGV Launches App to Enhance Student Safety

The Campus Shield app helps students to get in contact with police directly.  ... -

TxDOT Announces Road Closures for Demolition Project

The lane closures will take place Wednesday and Thursday night. ... -

BBB: Know Who You’re Donating To

After the hurricane and flood-related destruction, dozens of charities keep popping up.... -

Rain Brings Ants Out, Causes Problems for A/C Units

Experts say you can prevent getting ants stuck inside the equipment.... -

Vehicle Flood-Damaged at Tow Yard, Man Fights for Compensation

After paying hundreds of dollars to tow his truck from an accident, the vehicle remained at the tow yard during June’s floods.... -

Overgrown Trees Covering Stop Signs on Hidalgo Co. Roads

The county sent out a crew to trim the trees and remove soot that accumulated on the stop signs.... -

Residents in Faysville Want Water Pumps to Alleviate Flooding

A water pump was removed during a transition when Faysville was annexed from Hidalgo County to Edinburg.... -

What's in the city's new $43M budget?

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Ralph Jones honored for aiding those struggling with addiction

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Group launches anti-smoking campaign

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State wants murder suspect examined

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Judge sides with DA’s Office in the case of former fire chief

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Brownsville commission reschedules vote on city attorney

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TxDOT Continues to Clear Out Major Flooding on US 281

Crews have placed water-filled barriers and are working to pump out excess water.... -

Starr lawman shot in struggle during an arrest

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Weslaco Resident Frustrated with Drainage Ditch following Heavy Rain

He says the progress being made from damage caused by June’s floods is now pushed back. ... -

Construction on New Hidalgo Co. Courthouse Underway

Drivers are told to expect delays. ... -

CNN to hold RGV town hall with Beto O’Rourke

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Gov. Abbott helps inaugurate STC’s new Center for Public Safety

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Pretzels: All tied up in knots

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Guardianship investigation at Casa Padre to end

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Local Farmers Relieved after Rain Eliminates Need for Irrigation

Before the heavy rain, farmers were relying on irrigation. ... -

State Officials Improve Program for Violent Crime Victims

The Crime Victims Compensation Program helps with expenses related to the crime including relocation services, medical bills and crime scene clean up. ... -

Valley Man Helps Victims of Hurricane Florence

More than 20 inches of rainfall has been reported in North and South Carolina. ...