Maggie’s House moves to new Harlingen location

HARLINGEN — For a little more than two decades, this nonprofit organization has been restoring hope and transforming lives for child victims of abuse. This...

New anti-COVID-19 program training workers to sanitize

HARLINGEN — You may not have heard of the local education nonprofit, or know the Texas A&M engineers or the Hollywood actor involved, but...

Former RGC city secretary faces two new charges for secret recording

Investigators with the Starr County Attorney’s Special Crimes Unit recovered a deleted recording from a device they allege was secretly planted by the former...

Experts: Be prepared for the rest of hurricane season

The National Weather Service said on Thursday the community still needs to be prepared for the remainder of the hurricane season, which goes through...

Valley reports 39 more COVID-19 deaths 

The Rio Grande Valley reported another 39 COVID-19 deaths Thursday.  Twenty-two more people died in Hidalgo County, increasing the death toll there to 765, according...

Alamo man arraigned in Weslaco doctor’s death

The first of three men accused of the November murder of a Weslaco doctor appeared in court Wednesday to face charges of murder and...

TSC police academy graduates 35 cadets at virtual ceremony

It was new. It was different. But the smiles, the sense of accomplishment, the joy of taking the next step toward a lifelong goal...

Vela, Gonzalez request Census Bureau keep Oct. 31 deadline

U.S. Reps. Filemon Vela (D-Brownsville) and Vicente Gonzalez, (D-McAllen) urged U.S. Census Bureau Director Steven Dillingham to continue the U.S. Census count through October 31 as...

Their home lost to Hanna, Raymondville family struggles to pick up the pieces

Sandra Salas’ favorite part of her trailer home in Raymondville was the prayer corner she set up in her bedroom. It was adorned with...

Damage from Hanna not yet enough for FEMA aid

Homeowners affected by Hurricane Hanna last month will not be able to apply for aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency until enough damage...