More testing needed to reopen; Abbott steps deemed ‘fairly modest’

It begins and ends with testing, and so far there’s still not nearly enough of it to advance significantly toward initial steps to reopen...

TSC postpones graduation ceremony to July 11

Texas Southmost College President Jesus Roberto Rodriguez has announced that the college’s graduation scheduled for May 5 has been pushed back to July because...

Records show Crime Stopper tips lead to drug, cash seizure

A probable cause affidavit reveals how multiple tips to McAllen Crime Stoppers resulted in at least three arrests and the seizure of more than...

Hidalgo County reports 19 new COVID-19 cases

The number of COVID-19 cases in Hidalgo County has grown to 217. County officials reported Tuesday night that 19 more people have tested positive. In a...

Red Wagon Pantry steps in to help homeless

Brownsville’s Red Wagon Pantry crew has been out delivering meals and hygiene supplies to the city’s downtown-based homeless residents in lieu of other weekend...

Rio Bank welcomes UTRGV to new building

McALLEN — Rio Bank announced earlier this week that it entered into a lease agreement with the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley for...

Hidalgo County orders facial coverings

Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez extended an emergency order and issued stricter guidelines Tuesday to help curb the spread of COVID-19, including ordering...

Hidalgo Co. orders facial coverings, enacts curfew for minors

Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez extended an emergency order and issued stricter guidelines Tuesday to help curb the spread of COVID-19, including ordering...

‘Invisible enemy’

The Rio Grande Valley’s farmers and their contracted workers are some of the hardest-hit in the community as cities and counties issue shelter in...

DSHS: Majority of RGV cases are young people

Just one day after local officials announced that community spread of COVID-19 has begun in earnest in the Rio Grande Valley, state health officials...