New Chapter Begins for Forensic Detective Set to Retire after 37 Years

Joe Marchan is the Crime Lab Manager at the regional office for DPS.... -

La Joya ISD Lawsuit Settled in $460K Payout

Some former employees alleged they were fired, demoted or reassigned due to their political affiliations.... -

Clock Ticking on ‘Iconic’ US 77 Palm Trees

The trees are standing in the way of TxDOT improvement projects.... -

That morning drizzle isn’t going away for the drive home

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First suspect accused of murdering Border Patrol agent scheduled for trial

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Rehabilitation Program Assists Visually Impaired Woman

Glaucoma continues taking a toll on her vision even after eight surgeries.... -

Tenant Awaits Willacy Co. Notice to Move Out of Rundown Apartment Complex

The county put a lien on the title and took the property. They tried selling the property three times at auction. Nobody bid on it.... -

Man Charged for Starting Fire at Hidalgo Sheriff’s Property

He will return to court in May for a pretrial in this case.... -

1 Dead, 7 Injured in Willacy Co. Rollover Accident

DPS says some passengers were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash.... -

McAllen Votes to Grant $1M to UTRGV Medical School

This is now the second time the McAllen commissioners voted to award the university.... -

Harlingen Designer Upset Over Lost Shipment

She says UPS lost all the clothes she shipped over to Dallas.... -

Valley Resident Returns after Helping Family Recover in Puerto Rico

A local barbershop owner says he witnessed the devastation first hand.... -

Trial for Suspect Involved in Border Patrol Agent’s Death Begins

Javier Vega Jr. was killed while fishing with his family near Santa Monica.... -

Border Patrol Foils 2 Drug Smuggling Attempts at Falfurrias Checkpoint

The attempts were made within the same day.... -

Valley Woman Says Insurer Didn’t Help Her During Cancer Battle

She has yet to see a payment of a claim filed in November.... -

Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Hidalgo Co. Capital Murder Case

He’s set to appear in court for a pretrial hearing next month.... -

Man Charged in 2017 DPS-Involved Shooting

Oscar Pena Lopez is accused of shooting at a DPS trooper after a high-speed chase near Pharr.... -

Corps of Engineers Say Border Wall Construction Will Start in Alamo

The agency says the work could start as soon as May 6.... -

Trial at hand in Border Patrol killing

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Elections Administrator talks voter registration

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Cardiovascular disease prevention lags behind treatment advances

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Leaders say new Convention center will be ‘competitive’

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Passenger dead, two ejected from van

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With help, MPO produces bike safety video

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Prosecution Granted More Time in 2006 Capital Murder Case

The defendant is scheduled to return to court mid-March. ... -

Stash House Busts in Matamoros

In just two days, 229 people were found among 6 stash houses waiting to be smuggled across our border.... -

Lockdowns at 2 Edinburg Schools Lifted, 3rd Theft Suspect on the Run

Edinburg police say two females were apprehended on suspicion of theft, but one male suspect fled on foot.... -

Huge convention center ballroom to rent for nearly $5700

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McAllen to vote on UTRGV medical school payment

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Bert Ogden Arena announces venue's first planned concert

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Bert Ogden Arena announces Luis Miguel as venue's first planned concert

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Expect traffic delays on Willacy County highway

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Local heroes: South’s academic team advances to state

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Vela unveils bill to increase staffing at ports of entry

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Early Voting for McAllen Election Starts Wednesday

Tim Wilkins and Javier Villalobos are facing off for McAllen city commissioner district 1.... -

Church in Mission Working to Stop Spread of Flu

Churchgoers at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Mission say the flu isn't keeping them out of church.... -

Two Local Cities Have a Deal For Those With Outstanding Citations

South Padre Island and the City of Edinburg have an offer for those with outstanding citations.... -

Great debaters: Students vie for the big league in public speaking

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Ortiz still shooting hoops at 80 years old

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County to widen Veterans Bridge

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World Marriage Day Mass honors milestone of more than 200 couples

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Preservation Texas summit to be held in Brownsville

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Young veteran among District 37 candidates

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Rio Hondo Residents Still Dealing with Hail Damage Nearly a Year Later

According to the National Weather Service, the hail last spring was reported to be around 2 to 3 inches in diameter. It caused significant damage to both vehicles and homes.... -

Government Notifying Contractors of Border Wall Construction

A notice went out on Friday telling contractors the window will open to apply for a 3-mile levee wall construction project.... -

Lunch series to provide career pathway insight for students

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Find out the truth: Are there ways to slow effects of Alzheimer’s?

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Brownsville student earns Girls Scouts’ highest honor

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As part of project, Boy Scouts repair bikes for volunteers

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Willacy to seek ultimate penalty

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City dedicates trail to late architect, marathoner Meg Jorn

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Finding the Strength: Now nationally sanctioned, South Texas Strongest tests competitors’ mettle

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WWII Vets honored with Quilts of Valor at Mission RV park