Sea Turtle, Inc. creates educational videos, activities

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Although this facility is closed to the public, employees of this sea turtle hospital aim to continue providing learning opportunities...

Tovar overcomes obstacles to find welding career

Nacona Tovar did not expect to have a career in welding like his father. But as an adult, something changed, and he picked up...

New reality hitting truckers hard, but they’re delivering the goods

HARLINGEN — Suddenly in the United States, we have a new class of hard-working heroes, people who haven’t made any Hollywood movies and have...

UTRGV student tests positive for COVID-19

A University of Texas Rio Grande Valley student who resides in the Casa Bella Apartments campus dorms in Brownsville has tested positive for COVID-19,...

Police arrest man spitting on bench

HARLINGEN — A man spitting on a bench used by others has been arrested. Harlingen Police Officers responded to the 1500 block of North 77...

Trevino says everyone needs to do their part

At a Friday press conference, Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. provided an update on the latest news regarding COVID-19 and the county’s efforts...

TSTC xybersecurity program: Protect your digital identity 

As Rio Grande Valley residents adapt to an uncertain future of self-isolation and businesses temporarily closing, online shopping is becoming the way for consumers...

UTRGV student, faculty both test positive for COVID-19

A University of Texas Rio Grande Valley student who resides in the campus dorms and a faculty member who lives in the Upper Valley,...

Police arrest man spitting on bench

HARLINGEN — A man spitting on a bench used by others has been arrested. Harlingen Police Officers responded to the 1500 block of North 77...

Cameron County announces three more positive COVID-19 cases

Cameron County announced late Thursday night that it has received three more confirmations of COVID-19 cases. The cases include a 27-year-old Brownsville resident, a 44-year-old Laguna Vista resident and a 59-year-old Los Fresnos resident. The cases are travel-related and the individuals are in isolation, according to county health officials. Read the full story at themonitor.com.