Diana Eva Maldonado

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Diana Eva Maldonado is the Digital Editor for the Brownsville Herald, Valley Morning Star and Coastal Current. She can be reached at dmaldonado@valleystar.com or (956) 421-9872 or (956) 982-6618.

Customs officers find $275K in cocaine hidden in pickup

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized more than a quarter-million dollars in cocaine at the B&M International Bridge on Tuesday.U.S. Customs and Border...

Missing brother, sister located safe in Matamoros

The two children missing from San Benito have been found with family in Matamoros.San Benito Police say Alondra Sanchez Rosales, 11, and her 15-year-old...

Police: Mother’s boyfriend took two children

San Benito police are continuing to search for two children who they believe were abducted by their mother's boyfriend and are thought to be...

San Benito has a new judge

SAN BENITO — A San Benito attorney has been appointed to fill the unexpired term of Cameron County Justice of the Peace Guadalupe Ayala.Yesterday...

San Benito attorney appointed justice of the peace

A San Benito attorney has been appointed to fill the unexpired term of Cameron County Justice of the Peace Precinct 3, Place 1.This morning...

GoFundMe set up for family of Los Fresnos girl killed on Island

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — A GoFundMe account has been set up to help the family of a teen killed on South Padre Island.Selene Patino,...

Texas woman charged in Spring Break hit-and-run

South Padre Island police say a Houston area woman has been charged with the hit-and-run accident that left several people injured.Daisy Joy Decker, 20,...

Two women in custody in Island hit-and-run accident

Two young women are in custody accused of an overnight hit-and-run accident that left five people injured.South Padre Island police say they received a...

Police identify tire shop murder victim

Brownsville police are investigating the death of a man found at a Military Highway used tire shop Wednesday night.Brownsville police are investigating the death...

Water okay to drink from Military Highway Water Supply Corp.

Customers of the Military Highway Water Supply Corporation can drink the water from their faucets once again.The water supply says the Texas Commission on...