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Odds of being bit by a shark on SPI are less than getting hit...

While unusual, the July 4 shark attack on South Padre Island that inured a North Texas couple is a reminder that danger lurks offshore, Cameron County Marine Extension Agent Tony Reisinger said earlier this week.

TxDOT asking for community input on proposed Valley bike plan

The Texas Department of Transportation is seeking input from the public about a new project that aims to improve bicycle routes in South Texas.

Feds seeking to condemn 1,039 acres in Starr County for border wall

The federal government in July filed four land condemnation lawsuits against property owners in Starr County seeking more than 1,000 acres for the purpose of building a border wall.

Catholic Charities in McAllen calls Ken Paxton’s investigation a ‘fishing expedition’

A scathing ruling by a judge in El Paso calling the Texas Attorney General’s Office’s lawsuit against a migrant shelter there as “outrageous and intolerable” hasn’t stopped the state from pursuing legal action against one of the country’s most well-known nonprofits that assists asylum seekers: Catholic Charities in McAllen.

Walk-On’s opening amid Harlingen business boom

HARLINGEN — Craving crowds of thirsting fans are waiting for what’s billed as America’s top sports bar to swing its doors open here.

Former Tamaulipas governor Tómas Yarrington Ruvalcaba released from prison

Former Tamaulipas governor and one-time Mexican presidential candidate Tómas Yarrington Rubalcava has been released from federal prison, records show.

Shot fired in road rage confrontation that started in Harlingen, ended in Brownsville

Two brothers are under arrest after one fired a shot during a road rage altercation that began in Harlingen and ended in Brownsville.

Shelley Duvall, star of ‘The Shining,’ ‘Nashville,’ dies at 75

Shelley Duvall, the intrepid, Texas-born movie star whose wide-eyed, winsome presence was a mainstay in the films of Robert Altman and who co-starred in Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," has died.

UTRGV set to add new student housing, dining hall in Edinburg

For the first time in two decades, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is set on building a new residence hall along with a new dining hall on the Edinburg campus in efforts to keep up with student housing demands and add another layer to student life.

‘Halloween,’ ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ actor to visit Brownsville

Bernie’s House of Fun has announced their first celebrity guest to kick off its Trilogy of Terror Tour, and it’s no other than the Shape.