Daniel A. Flores

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Daniel Flores is a staff writer for The Monitor. He can be reached at dflores@themonitor.com

Friends, colleagues remember KGBT meteorologist

It’s an understatement to say that friends and colleagues are surprised by the sudden death of KGBT reporter and meteorologist Alex Ryan Herbst. Those reached...

Hundreds of local animals adopted as part of national Clear the Shelters campaign

  McALLEN — Cages holding about 40 dogs, cats and rabbits were scattered around the Boys & Girls Club gym here on Saturday. Yaqui Animal Rescue,...

Election Fraud: Mayor questioned news reporting in 2018 email

When a KRGV reporter reached out to interview Richard Molina in March 2018 about allegations of voter fraud, the mayor of Edinburg, who has...

City manager ‘unaware’ of Zayas’ potential conflict

EDINBURG — City Manager Juan Guerra said when he verbally reprimanded spokesperson Cary Zayas for her behavior at Mayor Richard Molina’s arraignment proceedings last...

Ceremony marks Bert Ogden Arena opening

EDINBURG — Developer Alonzo Cantu sat in the front row during the program Monday before the ribbon cutting here for Bert Ogden Arena, a...

Valley businesses in H-E-B contest showcase ‘Texas traditions’

McALLEN — H-E-B is tapping two local enterprises in its yearly quest to feature the state’s best local products produced by small businesses.Out of...

Valley representatives in H-E-B contest showcase ‘Texas traditions’

H-E-B is tapping two local enterprises in its yearly quest to feature the state’s best local products produced by small businesses.H-E-B is tapping two...

Valley women in H-E-B contest showcase ‘Texas traditions’

H-E-B is tapping two local enterprises in its yearly quest to feature the state’s best local products produced by small businesses.H-E-B is tapping two...

Marc Anthony, George Lopez among new arena’s fall lineup; sign of things to come

EDINBURG — Singer Marc Anthony and comedian George Lopez will return to the Rio Grande Valley this fall as the new Bert Ogden Arena...

Edinburg reports nearly $1.5M in commercial, residential storm flood damage

The initial damage reported by the city of Edinburg from last week’s flooding caused by torrential rain is $200,000, which is “far away” from...