Star All-STAR Girls Soccer: South’s Grannum stands out

ROY HESS | Staff Writer Harlingen South’s Mellory Grannum played at an MVP level as a forward, as a midfielder and as a defender for...

Starr County health authority addresses concerns over COVID-19 antibody tests

After a handful of Starr County employees tested positive for antibodies of COVID-19, Starr County Health Authority Dr. Jose Vazquez, tried to assuage concerns...

COVID-19 cases continue to rise at federal detention facility

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases inside the Port Isabel Detention Center in Los Fresnos rose to eight over the weekend. Demonstrators at a...

Border Patrol vehicle damaged in pursuit near river

A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle flipped on its side during pursuit of a vehicle that was ferried across the Rio Grande into the United...

TSTC is a life-changer for precision machining grad

By Amanda Sotelo, TSTC Staff Texas State Technical College has been there for Juan Garcia during different parts of his life. Now it has given...

Local congressman asks governor to pardon deported vets

McALLEN — U.S. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez wants Gov. Greg Abbott to pardon deported veterans for the minor crimes they committed in order to make...

RGV Bandidas: Finding friendship through the high contact sport of roller derby

On the streets, they are mothers, students, waitresses and professionals.But on the track they go by I-Ram, Shockira, Metallica Breath and Pandamonium Doll.The only...

US border agents to pursue migrants in ‘sanctuary’ cities

By BEN FOX Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal agents who normally patrol the U.S. border will be deployed to "sanctuary" cities across the country...

Brownsville doctor finds her place as OB/GYN

Claudia Garcia was at a recent family barbecue when she got the call. A patient was going into labor. It’s a familiar routine for...

86 cases of COVID-19 now in Hidalgo County

Hidalgo County reported seven new positive cases of COVID-19 here Friday night, bringing the total to 86 people. Five of the seven positives were tested at a new University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley drive-thru facility at an undisclosed location. None of the five are affiliated with the university, the county explained in a news release. Read the full story at themonitor.com