J. Edward Moreno

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J. Edward Moreno is a digital content producer for The Monitor. He can be reached at emoreno@themonitor.com or (956) 683-4433.

USDA: Consume or dispose of citrus on trees

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is urging residents of the Rio Grande Valley to consume or dispose of any ripe citrus produced on their...

FBI offering $25,000 reward for alleged cartel associate

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information that could lead to the arrest of a fugitive from Mission, according...

Protestors call on further protection from border wall

MISSION — About 150 protesters gathered here at the National Butterfly Center and Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, locking hands along the levee where...

Valley’s first class-one gymnast dies at 56

McALLEN — Nearly four decades after physicians said she only had “a few years” to live, Laurin Huber died here at age 56.She died...

More accurate water meters being installed in Weslaco

WESLACO — City workers began replacing old water meters with new digital readers this year in an effort to more accurately tally water usage...

Nitro Circus brings new entertainment to RGV

EDINBURG — Adam Jones tightened the bolts of his motorcycle precisely and sipped on a Coors Light beer bottle outside of H-E-B Park on...

Valley raspa stand offering scholarships to students who helped propel it to success

ELSA — Less than a year ago, the owners of Iced Cube raspa stand and their two young children were moving the single mattress...

Edinburg police investigating vandalism at St. Joseph’s Church

EDINBURG — An investigation is underway here after St. Joseph’s Catholic Church was vandalized over the weekend, resulting in a broken stained glass window...

McAllen police searching for suspected bank robber

McALLEN — Police officers here are searching for a man suspected in a bank robbery Tuesday morning.McALLEN — Police officers here are searching for...

Local McDonald’s franchisee recognized by the RGV Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

McALLEN — When Fred Del Barrio was a senior in high school back in 1984, he was faced with a generation-long predicament: getting a...