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Pence names Texas as a possible alternative GOP convention site

By Texas Tribune Pence says Texas could land GOP convention if North Carolina isn't open Texas is being considered to host the Republican National Convention, Vice...

Woman in custody after houses of worship vandalized

McALLEN — A woman has been taken into custody by McAllen police after three houses of worship in Hidalgo County were found vandalized Tuesday...

Charge dropped against Mercedes mayoral candidate

The Hidalgo County District Attorney’s Office has dropped charges against community activist and Mercedes mayoral candidate Israel Coronado. District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez said his office...

Houston church closes doors again after five leaders test positive

Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Houston closed its doors after five leaders tested positive for the new coronavirus over the weekend, the Houston Chronicle...

Man faces arson, attempted capital murder charge

A Donna man said “voices” told him to kill his ex-girlfriend and her new romantic partner by setting fire to a building earlier this...

Texas meatpacking plant reverses course, will allow state to test workers

By Alexa Ura, Texas Tribune With its workforce at the center of a growing coronavirus outbreak in the Texas Panhandle, the massive JBS Beef meatpacking...

San Perlita’s Kinney commits to Midland University

By CLAIRE CRUZ, Staff Writer LYFORD — Meagan Kinney was in fourth grade when San Perlita girls basketball coach Marco Mungia saw her potential. In his first...

Texas hair salons to reopen Friday, gyms to open May 18

By Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott will allow hair salons in Texas to reopen Friday — and gyms will be allowed to open...

Youth baseball could go on without national events

By CLAIRE CRUZ, Staff Writer HARLINGEN — Baseball seasons could return soon for local youth, but their journeys won’t lead to World Series banners. Little League International...

COVID-19 takes toll on San Benito PONY softball

HARLINGEN — The lights are staying off at diamonds across the Rio Grande Valley as the COVID-19 pandemic has spring youth softball seasons in...