Former Hidalgo Co. Sheriff Released to Halfway House

Lupe Trevino was released from federal prison on Wednesday.  ... -

FEMA disaster recovery center opens in La Feria

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ICE contract brings Willacy jobs

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Former Hidalgo County Sheriff Lupe Treviño released from federal prison

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Triple-digit heat forecast through mid-week

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Saharan dust plumes just keep coming

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Drug Bust at Port of Entry Leads to Hazmat Spill, Local Fire Departments Respond

Hidalgo Fire Department Chief Robert Rojas explains there isn’t a hazmat response team on the site.... -

Drive-In Theater to Reopen 1 Month After Flooding

Many local residents have been wondering when the WesMer Drive-In Theater would be back in business.... -

Boys & Girls Club Offering Mental Health Services

The non-profit organization is working to prevent youth from entering the judicial system.... -

Local Deaf Couple Recovering from Flood Damage

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is working to reach out to deaf people affected by the flooding.... -

Valley Insurance Company Willing to Help Flood Victim

The client says the family car suffered $13,000 worth of damages due to flooding.... -

MVEC Issues Warning About Phony Calls Demanding Payment, Personal Information

They want customers to be aware and protected from potential impostors.... -

Cameron Co. Woman Falls Victim to Fake Colgate Representative

She says a 1-800 number called her explaining that she won an iPad.... -

Owner of Puppy Burned with Oil Will Not Face Criminal Charges

The dog was turned over to the Harlingen Humane Society.... -

Extreme Heat Claims Life of Woman in South Texas

Border Patrol says they’re taking extra measure to prevent these types of deaths.... -

Valley Veteran Seeking Help after Floods Damage Home

Army veteran Aniceto Alvarez is recovering from an open-heart surgery. ... -

Identity Protection Offered to Victims of Chili’s Data Breach

The restaurant says hackers accessed their systems between March and April.... -

Investigation Underway in Alamo Following Raid

Police swarmed the house located at Crockett Street near south Tower Road after undercover agents bought drugs from those inside.... -

Assistance Available in Cameron Co. Disaster Recovery Center

Homeowners and renters affected by flooding in late June can seek help in La Feria.... -

Stash House Bust in Starr Co., 8 in Custody

The bust happened in Roma.... -

SPI Officials Say Bag Ordinance Won't Be Enforced

A Texas Supreme Court ruling has called into question the legality of city ordinances around the state.... -

Federal disaster assistance for renters, too

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Fire Damages 2 Structures in Pharr

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

Merger Between 2 Local Rotary Clubs to Inspire Ideas, Strengthen Organization

It was a historic event for both clubs.... -

Animal shelter seeking donations Saturday

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Hidalgo City Employee Facing Bribery Charges

A building inspector took $9,000 from business owners to avoid the requirement to install a sprinkler system.... -

Free movie nights in San Benito park, Harlingen golf course

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Pack up a picnic of Spanish tapas to feed a crowd

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Assault ship ‘Tripoli’ comes to Brownsville for scrapping

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Woman admits to smuggling meth

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Building’s ‘bones’ of concrete, steel, still strong

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Old Greyhound Stadium to reopen for evenings

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City breaks ground on Baxter Building rehab

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Heat indices in the 100s expected this afternoon

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H-E-B issues recall of ice cream, sherbets

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HEB Issues Voluntary Recall of Creamy Creations Variety Packs

The affected products were the variety packs of ice cream and sherbets, which includes 12 three-ounce cups.... -

Border Patrol Creates New Plan to Help Those Crossing Border Illegally

As part of their Missing Migrant Program, they are designing signs for migrants to follow when they get lost.... -

Officials Take Action to Eliminate Deadly Parasite Posing Threat to Cattle

White-tailed deer in Port Mansfield are posing a threat to cattle because they carry the fever tick, a deadly parasite that can jump from deer to cows.... -

Flood Victims Seek Temporary Shelter at RGV Hotels

Several local hotels have reached capacity after June’s floods had residents seeking temporary shelter.... -

Lawsuit Challenging Mission Runoff Election Results

The former mayor of Mission alleges voters told him they were paid to vote.... -

Tractor Valued at $90K Stolen from Valley Ranch

Adelmira Reyna explains that she and her siblings are looking after her brother’s ranch while he is in Houston battling cancer.... -

FEMA Opens 2nd Disaster Recovery Center in Mission

The center is located at 115 S Mayberry Rd.... -

MTC Signs Contract with ICE to Operate Detention Facility

A local business owner says the reopening of the building couldn’t have come at a better time.... -

Alamo Police Tagging Theft-Vulnerable Vehicles

Police say the new tactic has decreased the number of car thefts in the city.... -

Hidalgo Co. Residents Say Emergency Calls Went Unanswered During Floods

Emergency management officials say they’re happy with their response.... -

Missing Persons Case Still Active for Harlingen Attorney

Ernesto Gonzalez, also known as “El Gallito”, was reported missing one year ago.... -

Woman admits to smuggling meth

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Judge rules in GBIC’s favor

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Developer launches project to renovate Baxter Building

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22-Year-Old Arrested Following Hours-Long Standoff in Premont

DPS says more charges against Michael Rivas are pending. ... -

Construction Begins along Expressway 83 to Improve Drainage in Penitas

Road closures along the eastbound lanes of Expressway 83 from Tom Gill to Business 83 are expected. ... -

Utility bucket truck rollover damages railroad

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Burned puppy cases ends with no charges

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Local conservation projects to be awarded $10,000 in grant money

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Local conservation projects to be awarded $10,000 in grant money

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Willacy Co. Sheriff Signs Memorandum with MTC

The sheriff’s department will provide security backup and help with investigations, if needed, at the prison facility.... -

15 Local Political Candidates Delinquent

More than 300 names are on the list; twenty of them are from the Rio Grande Valley. ... -

Pretrial hearing in Olivarez murder pushed back

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Relative of Tamaulipas governor arrested on bulk cash smuggling charge

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Truck, trailer crash onto train tracks

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McAllen Home Fire Under Investigation

No injuries were reported.... -

Local organization hosts surfing clinic for children with disabilities

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Former Santa Rosa resident takes on triathlon challenge

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SPI considers bag ban repeal

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UTRGV researchers update local lawmaker on current Zika research and findings

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Elizondo elevated to BISD board president

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Weslaco leaders face backlash from citizens impacted by flooding

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Feds Warning about Callers Posing as Gov’t Officials

The impostors are targeting migrants who are trying to make a home here in the U.S.... -

Hidalgo, Cameron Counties Fighting Controversial Census Question Regarding Citizenship

The plaintiffs will also contend that adding this question will affect how many people participate.... -

Government Warns about Dangers of Traveling to Mexico

Tamaulipas State Police say an officer was shot in Nuevo Progreso on a highway near the international bridge on Saturday.... -

Questions Still Remain in Disappearance, Death of San Benito Teen

Nahomi Rodriguez's remains were found in April of 2017.  ... -

Boca Chica median hearing raises concerns

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Brownsville plan aims to address population growth

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CBP makes arrests in three incidents

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Men lead DPS, Border Patrol on high-speed chase

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Man faces charge in officer shooting

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First FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Opens

Flood victims who need to apply for FEMA assistance can visit one of the three sites.... -

21-Year-Old Charged in Deadly Uvalde Crash Arrested Again

Jack Dillon Young is charged in the death of 13 people after he crashed into a church van in March of 2017 near Uvalde.... -

Wet Weather Stops Few at Harlingen’s Market Day

Jackson St. Market Days takes place every first Saturday of the month in Harlingen....