More Enforcement, Prosecution for Transnational Criminal Organizations

The State Department does not believe cartels and terrorist groups work together but Valley prosecutors say otherwise.... -

World War II Ship One Step Closer to Being Dismantled

Once the removal of asbestos is complete, she will be stripped down by March of next year.... -

Woman Walks into Cameron Co. Jail Wearing Halloween Mask

The Cameron County Sheriff’s Office says surveillance cameras caught the incident.... -

Valley Resident Concerned Land Won’t Be Accessible Due to Border Gates

DHS is looking to install more border gates and says the land will be accessible. ... -

$5.8M in State Funds Granted to Combat Border Crime

Hidalgo and Cameron counties received $500,000 and $330,000 respectively.... -

Hidalgo, Cameron Co. Denied FEMA Assistance for 2nd Time

FEMA requires $37 million worth of damages to be eligible for assistance. ... -

San Benito Home Declared Total Loss after Fire

The incident happened on the 300 block of Granada Street.... -

Burglary Call Leads to Search in McAllen

Officers searched through trash bins, a park, and spoke with people staying at a hotel. ... -

DPS: Person of Interest Sought in Murder of South Padre Island Man

The body of William Costello was found buried in Willacy County.... -

Valley Students Participate in Reforestation Project

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service invited selected students to help replant native plants near La Sal del Rey.... -

Database to Share Patient Data Across VA Clinics in the Works

The program is known as the Electronic Record Modernization Joint Commitment. ... -

AEP Texas unveils multi-million service center in San Benito

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Texas Rangers search for second suspect in priest's murder

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Texas Rangers search for second suspect in priest's murder

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O'Rourke gets CNN town hall in bitter Texas Senate race

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Celebrating a cultural tradition to remember the dead

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Environmentalists file 3rd lawsuit over Trump wall plans

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Goodwill stages annual cookoff fundraiser

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Join the Walk to End Lupus

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City to spend $240,000 on fleet of golf carts for Tony Butler

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San Benito names its second interim fire chief in 13 months

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Island educates public on eco-friendly alternatives to plastic straws

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Panelists discuss USMCA at TSC forum

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Wet and dry: Second annual Oktoberfest takes place Saturday

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BISD: Parent volunteers crucial to district’s success

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VBMC holds jewelry sale for scholarship fund

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Man convicted of attempting to assault nurse in detention center

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Trump threatens to close U.S.-Mexico border

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Fugitive Task Force Credited for South Texas Capture

The task force in Laredo recently caught a convicted murderer who had been on the run for seven years.... -

Surveillance Device at SPI Helping CBP Agents to Deter Illegal Activity

The aerostat is being leased at $500,000 per month, according to CBP. ... -

San Juan Cemetery Operating on Expired License for Last 5 Years

A state agency says any plot they’ve sold since 2013 or any funeral service they’ve held has been done so illegally.... -

Crews Tear Down Dirt Mound at SpaceX Launch Pad Site

Officials say the area will be re-purposed. ... -

Sky Tower Set Up in Donna to Track Illegal Smuggling Activity

The sky tower was set up on North Avenue near the expressway.... -

Mercedes Parents Concerned over Bridge Connecting to School

The bridge on 10th Street in Mercedes links a neighborhood to a school. ... -

Cars Stolen, Smuggled South across Border Recovered Less Often

An agency that works to recover stolen vehicles says it's getting difficult due to cartel violence.... -

Landowners Affected by Border Wall Project Receive Small Offers for Property

One resident says the government is offering $5,000 for 17 acres belonging to his wife and 50 other people. ... -

Doctors Recommend Getting Flu Vaccine before Peak Season

The CDC says if the flu is not treated, certain complications can arise.... -

23-Year-Old Charged with Burglary of Vehicle

Authorities say surveillance video caught the illegal act.... -

Border Patrol Agent Accused of Murder Appears in Court

The defense was granted more time to prepare for the hearing.... -

Palmview Resident Says Flooded Roads Preventing Mail Deliveries

He says the recent rain turned the worn caliche on the roads sandy and wet, making it difficult to drive through there. ... -

Early Halloween event in San Benito

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Celebrating a cultural tradition to remember the dead

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Cold impact: Weather brings dangerous conditions for pelicans

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Board to help oversee golf course

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Change coming to water disinfectant usage

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City mulls buying golf carts

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Student-run radio station now live and online

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Six years in prison for men who called in hoax shooting at Harlingen school

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San Benito schools move ahead with $40 million bond proposal

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Heavy rains possible, may continue into next week

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History museum, consulate partner on El Día de los Muertos exhibit

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Three-day conjunto festival kicks off Friday in Los Fresnos

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Food-trailer park plans October events

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The Herald wants to honor veterans

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Edinburg Woman Fighting to Change Husband’s Death Certificate following Accident

She says her husband was riding his motorcycle when an intoxicated driver traveling over 100 mph hit him from behind.... -

Early Voting Begins Next Week, Voter Turnout Data Explained

During the last mid-terms in Texas, about 34 percent of registered voters cast a ballot. ... -

Wife of Valley Doctor Accused of Misdiagnosing for Profit Denied Bond

She faces charges of money laundering, tampering with a witness, victim or informant.... -

2 Men Involved in Fake Active Shooter Threats Receive Sentence

Police say while the school was on lock down, Michael Anthony Serna and Cody Edward Quintero robbed a pawn shop in 2016.... -

Edinburg Woman Says Requests for Repair Went Unanswered

The 78-year-old tells us she’s been without hot water for a week. ... -

Raymondville Man Fed Up with Nearby Drainage Canal Flooding after Heavy Rains

He wants to know if the city has the funds to fix the drainage infrastructure to prevent flooding in the future. ... -

Caravan Traveling from Honduras Putting Aid at Risk

President Trump says he’ll cut off support if the immigrants don’t return to their country.... -

Surveillance Cameras in Place to Deter Illegal Dumping in Brownsville

A commissioner says through the surveillance video, they identified five people who were caught in the act.  ... -

Volunteers Continue with Recovery Efforts 4 Months after Valley Floods

More than 11 inches of rain fell in Weslaco when heavy storms hit in mid-June.... -

Crews Patch Up Sinkhole in Falfurrias

Crews dug up unfinished pipe, which is believed to be the cause.... -

Suspect in Taft Shooting that Killed 4 Arrested in the RGV

Ronnie Rodriguez Sr. was taken into custody Tuesday morning at a McAllen motel.... -

Brownsville names new city manager

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Border Patrol Agent Accused in Killing of 4 Seeks Release

Juan David Ortiz is held on a combined $2.5 million bond.... -

Parishioners Congregate to Honor Relics of Catholic Saint

Padre Pio is best known for baring the stigmata of Jesus.... -

DPS reports 40-plus pelicans hit by cars on Highway 48

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DPS reports 40-plus pelicans hit by cars on Highway 48

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Brownsville native lands spot on New York Fashion Week runways

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Ortiz Elementary congratulated for winning Excellence in Education Silver Award

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City Commission could select new manager tonight

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GBIC may buy subdivision land

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Libertarian candidate alleges CNN town hall in McAllen violates campaign law

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Border agent arrested in deaths of 4 women wants lower bond

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H&M opening at outlet mall in Mercedes