HARLINGEN — Harlingen South’s softball camp was in full swing Thursday afternoon as 52 participants from across the Rio Grande Valley showed up to get tips from Lady Hawks’ head softball coach Debbie Esparza and her notable guest’s that included San Benito standout Amber Jasso and Texas A&M-Kingsville’s Stephanie Renee Lugo.
More than 52 students showed up for the Harlingen South annual softball camp to get instruct…
HARLINGEN — Changes in the GED test have made it more difficult to pass, or more challenging, depending on whom you ask.
HARLINGEN — The director of the country’s immigration services took responsibility for benefits that were issued for undocumented immigrants after a federal judge sus-pended immigration initiatives by President Barack Obama’s administration, public records show.
ALAMO — Jayne Castellano and her family made their first trip to Watermelon Fest Saturday afternoon to experience the food, music, activities and live performances, while tending to a booth.
The importance of regional collaboration in student success from cradle to career was under the microscope this past week during a panel discussion hosted by RGV Focus.
LA JOYA — U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Saturday that one of their surveillance balloons, known as an aerostat, broke away from its anchor and collided with a power line and eventually crashed into a field.
NEAR ROMA — San Juanita Garcia pushed back her long brown hair under a wide-brimmed hat as she pulled on tall leather pink cowgirl boots before heading out in the StarrCounty brush. The 51-year-old gardener was on the prowl for fresh cacti in the hot sun.
Cargo ships are getting bigger and heavier, and the Port of Brownsville needs a deeper ship channel to accommodate them if it wants to stay competitive in the years ahead, according to port officials.
Earlier this month, the Department of Justice announced a $20 million Body-Worn-Camera Pilot Partnership Program after recent officer-involved shootings throughout the country gained national attention.
WESLACO — New Public Facilities Director Pete Garcia III said he has his work cut out for him, but he’s ready for the challenge.
HARLINGEN — When Cadet Maj. Meng Yu Wang first arrived at MarineMilitaryAcademy, he knew almost no English.
RAYMONDVILLE — Willacy County officials this week made federal contacts in Washington, D.C., that could lead to a contract to fill the tent-city prison nearly three months after its closure, County Commissioner Eduardo Gonzales said Friday after his return.
LA FERIA — Tristan Salinas is going to Washington, D.C.
HARLINGEN — Smoke and particles from widespread agricultural crop burning in Mexico are being blown across South Texas, causing the region’s air quality rating to dip this month.
The University of Texas at Brownsville’s Art Department will hold a summer Art Academy open to the local youth.
The only thing Romana Barreda hasn’t taken in moderation during her 100 years of life is her faith.