More than $20K in Marijuana Seized at Brownsville Port of Entry

A 21-year-old woman was arrested.... -

New Brownsville Park Honors 3 Children Killed in 2003

The park is located on East Tyler and East 8th streets in Brownsville. ... -

DHS: Court Backlogs Delaying Deportations

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said cases are taking an average of nearly two years to complete... -

16-Year-Old Accused of Burglary in Custody

The teen got away with about $100 from a Starr County convenience store. ... -

New Nature Center in Willacy Co.

The project was started to help the community learn about and enjoy the environment.... -

Edinburg officer remains on leave after arrest for assault

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Area census office to open in 2019

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La Joya city manager fires police chief

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Boating alert issued for gulf, bay

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Women of War

Women in the military face many hurdles, one of them being that they are three times more likely to become homeless.... -

Granjeno Residents Share Different Opinions on Proposed Border Wall

Residents in the border town have different opinions about how the border wall will help the country and their town.... -

Brooks Co. Sheriffs See Rise in Body Recoveries from Ranch Lands

The State of Texas sends thousands of dollars to recover remains from Brooks County ranch lands.... -

5-Month-Old Tiger Being Sold Online Recovering at Gladys Porter Zoo

An Edinburg man was trying to sell the animal on social media.... -

Wildlife Refuge Site Selected as Start of Border Wall Construction

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary was in the Valley to tour the area where the planned project is going to start.... -

Valley Parent Upset Over State Approach to Head Lice in Schools

Weslaco ISD said students are not sent home when they have live lice.... -

Winter Texans Upset They Can’t Reserve RV Sites for Next Year

The $13 million renovations at the park will start next year.... -

Woman Found Dead Inside McAllen Hotel Room

No foul play is suspected.... -

USDA Census Surveys Underway

Farmers who have sold more than $1,000 in agricultural products in 2017 are being asked to fill out a survey.... -

Port Isabel Lighthouse Renovation Complete, Undergoing Final Inspection

It will now feature an outdoor deck circling the top of the structure.... -

Man Sent to Prison for Role in Drug Distribution Involving Brownsville

He was sentenced to 10 years in prison.... -

Suspects Facing More Charges Following Donna ISD Break-In

One suspect is facing two felony charges.... -

UTRGV Brownsville Graduation Relocates to McAllen Due to Threat of Inclement Weather

Tickets to enter the ceremony will not be required, but seating is limited.... -

Harlingen district making upgrades to schools

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Two arrested, one on the run for aggravated robbery

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San Benito trash pickup to keep streets clean

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People Crossing Border Illegally Brave the Cold into US

Recently, the cold weather claimed the lives of nine people who were crossing illegally.... -

City plants tree in arboreal celebration

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CBP seizes drugs at bridge

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DHS chief visits Valley

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County breaks ground on inclusive playground

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Authorities: Brownsville man tried to run over officers

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Hundreds watch release of endangered sea turtles

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New DHS Secretary presses for more border security

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3 La Villa High School Students Charged with Making Terroristic Threat

All three teens' bonds were set at $10,000 each. ... -

Mission Man on Trial for Straw Gun Purchases Found Not Guilty

The court announced Wednesday afternoon it will enter a judgment of acquittal. ... -

New DHS Secretary Scheduled to Tour the Valley

She will hold a press conference Wednesday along with U.S. Border Patrol.... -

Brownsville Police Investigating Auto Theft, Officer-Involved Shooting

Authorities are looking for the driver who they said put some of their officers in imminent danger.... -

DHS secretary: Border wall would help ease 'national crisis'

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DHS secretary: Border wall would help ease 'national crisis'

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Brownsville man facing charges after being shot by police

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Brownsville man facing charges after being shot by police

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Donna Superintendent Placed on Paid Administrative Leave Following Meeting

The vote happened Tuesday night in an executive session.... -

Weather worries force UTRGV to move Brownsville graduation to McAllen

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Weather worries force UTRGV to move Brownsville graduation to McAllen

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Repaving of popular San Benito trail underway

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Cold stunned turtles released into Gulf of Mexico

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Dozens of cold stunned turtles released on South Padre Island

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Weather pattern may deliver more cold for the Valley

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Harlingen Area Crime Stoppers receives award

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Willacy election history

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Voters choose new leadership in Donna: Morales, Castillo secure council seats

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Strong Faith: Community marks Lady of Guadalupe celebration

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Donna Votes for New Leaders in Runoff Election

The votes are in and there are new city leaders in Donna.... -

Valley Salvation Army Shelter Going Without Heating Unit

Officials said it may not be replaced until the end of December.... -

McAllen Woman Convicted of Murder Requests New Trial

Monica Melissa Patterson was found guilty in the murder of 96-year-old Martin Knell last month. ... -

Drifting Weather Buoy Sends Last Signal after Hurricane Harvey

One fisherman says his day relies on readings from buoys from the National Oceanic and Atmosphereric Administration.... -

2 McAllen Hotels Temporarily Shutdown Due to Drop in Tourism

McAllen city leaders say violence in Mexico is having a direct financial effect on the hotel industry.... -

Border Patrol Encountering More Gang Members Crossing Mexico-US Border Illegally

The agency said they have apprehended 60 gang members in the Valley sector since October.... -

McAllen Man Wants Company to Complete Repairs on AC Unit

He said his house has to stay at a certain temperature due to his health problems.... -

La Joya Police Chief Dismissed

He said he was let go without a reason.... -

Cascos files to join county judge race

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Elementary gets presents from Project Blue Elf

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Donna Runoff Elections for Mayor, Council Member Pl 3 Underway

Residents have until 7 p.m. to cast their ballot. ... -

Lower Valley groups working together for prosperity

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Head Start children receive new shoes

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Elderly Couple’s Van Goes Up in Flames in McAllen

No injuries were reported.... -

Cold Weather Claims Lives of People in US Illegally

Border Patrol agents rescued several people lost in the brush who later died due to low temperatures. ... -

Pipe Rupture Causes Low Water Pressure in Donna

Some customers went without water early this morning but have had service restored.... -

Trial for 2 Former San Juan Officers Underway

The duo faces charges for plotting to steal and sell seized drugs.... -

Volunteers Cook Turkeys for Families in Need

The project started 16 years ago.... -

Cold-stunned turtles to be released Wednesday

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Weslaco police chief resigns

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UTRGV to open Southmost clinic

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Border Patrol Concerned Over False Family Units

Family units made up of fathers with children seen in greater number at the Humanitarian Respite Center.... -

San Carlos Colonia Continues to Struggle Year after Devastating Storm

One victim says the damage is more noticeable during the colder months.... -

Teen Arrested for Leading Police on Car Chase near Sullivan City

The chase went through La Joya and Penitas with the driver ending up in an embankment.... -

Mexican Authorities Offer Reward for 3 Alleged Crime Leaders

They’re offering 2 million pesos, or just over $100,000 U.S. dollars, leading to the arrest of any of the three men.... -

Former Boyfriend of Murder Victim Directs Impact Statement toward Convicted Ex-Priest

A criminal defense attorney said it allows loved ones to vent to a convict in a safe place.... -

Looming LNG Pipeline Construction Raising Concerns for Tourism Businesses

A local tour boat company said business is being affected by boating traffic due to construction.... -

Local Veteran Says VA Did Not Get Him Needed Insulin

A Mercedes man said he wasn't able to get his medication due to computers being down at the VA.... -

Survivors Group Addresses Former McAllen Priest’s Murder Conviction

Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests said the closure of the case brought out an increase in calls from those in need of help. ... -

Social Media Users Targeted by Gift Exchange Hoax

Although sharing the post seems harmless, the BBB says what may seem like harmless fun is actually illegal.... -

Meals on Wheels Facing Major Backlog Valleywide

Amigos del Valle currently has 1,002 people in need on a wait list for home meal deliveries.... -

Fundraiser for preservation Saturday

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District attorney talks about challenges of combating domestic violence

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City, DA to commemorate park where brutal 2003 murders occurred

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Shopping Smart to Avoid Debt During Holiday Season

Staying debt free this holiday season is all about maintaining a budget.... -

Obamacare insurance deadline this week

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Mexican Consul presents TSC with check for scholarships