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Edinburg police investigating 2 deaths

Edinburg police are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman found inside a residence in the 800 block of Russian Avenue Friday morning. Police...

Hidalgo County reports 5 more virus deaths

Hidalgo County reported 123 new cases of COVID-19 Friday and five more deaths related to the virus. The county reported 179 individuals remained hospitalized with...

STHS eases hospital visitation guidelines

South Texas Health Systems made changes to their visiting hours for its acute care facilities, effective Thursday. The visitation changes are an easing of restrictions...

Nine COVID-19 deaths reported in Valley

Hidalgo County confirmed the deaths of another seven residents due to COVID-19 via a news release Thursday. County Judge Richard F. Cortez continues to reference...

Rep. Longoria of Mission vying for Speaker of Texas House

State Rep. Oscar Longoria announced Thursday that he is throwing his name in the ring to be the next Speaker of the Texas House...

Kamala Harris to host private event at UTRGV’s Edinburg campus

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris will visit the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s Edinburg campus Friday afternoon for a private outdoor event,...

17 PSJA students earn spot for regional choir audition

Seventeen Pharr-San Juan-Alamo students earned a spot in the All-District Choir during the Texas Music Educators Association’s annual choir competition. As a way to keep...

Mission woman appointed to state health council

A Mission woman will have a place on a state-wide health council, Gov. Greg Abbott's office announced Monday. Abbott appointed Bonnie Notargiacomo, a program specialist...

Kamala Harris to be in McAllen this week

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris is scheduled to make a stop in the Rio Grande Valley later this week. A release from the campaign...

204 virus cases added in Hidalgo Co. as 6 more die

Hidalgo County reported 204 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday and six more deaths related to the virus, as county Judge Richard F. Cortez...