Man Charged in Connection with Stolen AR-15

He is accused of buying an AR-15 and reselling it in Mexico.... -

New Veterans Center in Weslaco Caters to Women

The services offered are tailored to women.... -

Hidalgo Co. Adding Extra Security for November Elections

A new method will be used when people enter the building.... -

Man Concerned over Leakage Contaminating His Yard

He says he’s been dealing with the issue for years.... -

Neighbor Rescues Family after House Goes Up in Flames

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.  ... -

CDC: Measles Reported in 21 States, Including Texas

The agency says people who got the disease were not vaccinated.... -

Levees Still Pending IBWC Accreditation

FEMA used existing data instead of conducting a completely new analysis. ... -

New Immigration Judge Appointed to Harlingen Courthouse

Twenty-three immigration judges were added nationwide to help with pending caseloads.... -

Scorpions Could Be Seen in Valley Homes Due to Increase in Temperatures

Texas AgriLife gives tips on how to prevent scorpions from coming into the home.... -

Red Cross Helping House Fire Victims in RGV

A volunteer says they are in need of more help to keep up with the increase in house fires.... -

Police Asking Drivers to Beware with Classes Back in Session

Brownsville Police spokesman J.J. Trevino says speeding and distracted driving will not be tolerated.... -

Valley Doctor, Wife Facing Additional Charges

Two employees were also indicted in connection to the case.  ... -

Court Reinstates Brooks Co. Judge’s Suspension

A request by her attorneys to halt the case was denied this week.... -

Former Bank Employee Sentenced to 7 Years

She will also have to pay more than $1.1 million in restitution.... -

Crews Working to Repair Water Break in Brownsville

Residents are being asked to avoid the intersection of Avenida Gregory and Lisa Avenue.... -

Home Destroyed by Fire in Edcouch, Family Rescued

The investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing.... -

Weslaco’s Weather Tracking System Needs Replacement

An NWS meteorologist says a permanent solution should be sought because of its centralized location.... -

McAllen Bubble Concert Influences Childlike Enjoyment for All Ages

Families attend the bubble concert that is held every year in August at Quinta Mazatlan World Birding Center.... -

TEA Receives $174M Grant, Valley School Districts Eligible for Funds

Eight Valley school districts are eligible since they took in students displaced by Hurricane Harvey.  ... -

Asylum-seekers: say they cross the border illegally because they don’t think they have other options

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La Feria commissioner resigns after death of son

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San Benito has 45 days to complete wetland project

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More security at HCISD

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Big expense: City taps streets for $1.9 million

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Most county schools score Bs

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Grassroots protest group rises to block port tax

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Doctor faces new charges, two employees arrested

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Hidalgo, Cameron Counties Use New Program to Improve Census Accuracy

The address list is being updated through a program called Local Update of Census Addresses, or LUCA.... -

Valley Citrus Grower Concerned over Low Reservoir Levels

He says the heat and lack of rain could mean a lot of irrigation costs.... -

Raymondville Property Owners with Weedy Lots Could Face Fines

The fines charged could be anywhere between $25 and $75.   ... -

Hidalgo Co. Officials Gearing Up for 2020 Census

The county faced several challenges due to an under count in the 2010 census.... -

New Network to Prevent Failed Calls During Emergencies

Cell phone towers can get backed up at times, which doesn’t allow emergency calls to go through.... -

Southwest Key Program Seeks Partnership with Local School Districts

The districts will provide education services while children wait to be reunited with their families.... -

Saharan Dust Causing Damage to A/C Units in the Valley

The owner of a local air condition repair company says the dust has kept them busy.... -

McAllen Robbery Suspect Hopes for Light Sentence, Asylum

His attorney says he wants authorities to get all the facts before a decision is made.... -

Curfew for Minors Extended in McAllen

It is illegal for minors under 17 to be without an adult during designated night hours.... -

19-Year-Old Charged with Intoxication Manslaughter

The deadly head-on collision happened last Thursday on Monte Cristo Road in Edinburg. ... -

A/C Expected to be Fully Functioning at Mercedes School

Mercedes ISD Superintendent Dr. Daniel Trevino Jr. says certain areas of JFK Elementary are powered by an older system, which means it doesn’t work 100 percent.... -

Lights to grace palm trees on Van Buren

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Laguna Atascosa road project begins Friday

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Rio Hondo to celebrate National Night Out on Friday

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Nothing small about these shrimp dishes

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Raymondville officer arrested for DWI

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Arresting Immigrants Apprehensions surpass 2017 fiscal year

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Game rooms reopen in Willacy Judge signs temporary order

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New Contract for Willacy Co. Detention Center Outlines Operational Requirements

The document describes three phases of growth at the facility in a matter of months.... -

A-F ratings are out, TEA praises Valley performance

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Former Brownsville city attorney named interim attorney in San Benito

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Letter grades are coming

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San Benito fires Morado on split vote

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Funding Available for Local School Districts

School districts are eligible for the funding if they took in students displaced by Hurricane Harvey.... -

Suspects in Weslaco Pawn Shop Theft Arrested

The two men were on the run after stealing a necklace worth about $5,300.... -

Bus Station Screening, Regulations Explained

Border Patrol agents seized $148,000 worth of cocaine from a woman traveling on a charter bus on Saturday.  ... -

RV Park Residents Want Drainage Ditch Cleared

A drainage ditch lies in the middle of the neighborhood and a natural preserve.... -

Inmates with Mental Illness Receive Help with New Program

Brandy Leonhardt says the program helps those who suffer from anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. ... -

Hackers Using ‘Wifi Pineapple’ to Connect to Phones

The device is designed to expose loopholes in network security.... -

Man Catches 12-Foot Tiger Shark at South Padre Island

The catch was made north of Beach Access 6.... -

McAllen Removing Stoplights to Alleviate Traffic

Officials say a study showed not enough traffic passed south to 17th Street.... -

7 Students Hospitalized Following Crash Involving School Bus in San Juan

The accident happened on the westbound lanes of Expressway 83 Tuesday afternoon.... -

Immigrants apprehensions surpass 2017 fiscal year

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DA's office files motion to add conditions to Oliveira’s bond

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Cameron County parks suffer drop in revenue

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Sea Turtle Inc. receives award

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Sea Turtle Inc. receives award

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Alton Teen's Death Ruled Accidental Drowning

The preliminary autopsy report for Elias Barajas indicates the cause of death to be drowning.... -

IRS Urges Taxpayers to Review Withholding Amount

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created several new rules, including increasing the standard deduction and increasing the child tax credit.... -

25-Year-Old Indicted in Brownsville Fatal Crash

A recent high school graduate was killed in the crash.... -

Mercedes Resident Worries Flood-Damaged Schools Unsafe

Mercedes ISD says contractors and engineers are working to inspect buildings.... -

Multi-Million Dollar Project Nearly Complete at Local Wildlife Refuge

The project is expected to wrap up in about a month. ... -

New Brownsville Fire Chief Officially Sworn In

He was named interim chief after former chief Carlos Elizondo was demoted.... -

Frustrated South McAllen residents plead for relief from June rains

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Valley's Running Man Continues to Sprint Towards Goal

Michael Schlater has a goal to reach 100,000 miles.... -

Valley Metro barreling past 700,000-rider mark

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Los Fresnos students return to start area’s 2018-2019 year

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Brownsville swears in fire chief

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Man reaches plea deal in fatal accident

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Coast Guard saves 3 boaters clinging to hull off Galveston

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New Policy to Aid Mentally Ill Inmates, Curb Funding

The Sandra Bland Act took a toll on funding due to the need to evaluate every inmate.... -

Fmr. Judge Delgado Wants Trial Moved Closer to Home

His attorneys requested a change in venue.... -

Veterans Service Center to Open in Mercedes

Since the Veterans Services Center in Weslaco closed in March, many mid-Valley veterans have struggled to find nearby help....