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Migrants continue to wait for asylum

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A camp of asylum seekers along the Rio Grande in Matamoros has seen a significant reduction in population over the course of the COVID-19...

San Benito approves $14M budget’s first reading

SAN BENITO — The city’s proposed $14 million general fund budget would come with a $1 million street project and no tax hike amid...

Willacy virus death rate ranks among highest

RAYMONDVILLE — Within four summer days, Lyford Mayor Wally Solis buried his wife and her two cousins after they died of complications stemming from...

Texas teachers associations start petition for vote of no confidence to BISD superintendent

The Texas State Teachers Association created a Change.org petition asking for a vote of no confidence for Brownsville Independent School District Superintendent Rene Gutierrez. The...

Reports: Inmate had health issues prior to hospitalization

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A series of infirmary requests sent by 77-year-old inmate Cresenciano Oliva at the Carrizales-Rucker Detention Center in the month leading up to his death...

School board approves tax cut; Reduction comes as property values increase

HARLINGEN — In the time of COVID-19, every penny counts — and the Harlingen School Board of Trustees knows it. At its monthly meeting this...

Tropical systems could develop in Gulf

Just as the Atlantic Hurricane Season reaches its peak, forecasters are watching a couple of tropical systems that could develop into something much more...

20 more Cameron County virus deaths reported

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Twenty more Cameron County residents have died from COVID-19 related causes, the county health department reported Wednesday night. This raises the total number of coronavirus-related...

Unemployed Texans will no longer receive extra $300 in weekly payments

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By Cassandra Pollock, Texas Tribune Texans receiving unemployment benefits who qualified for an extra $300 in weekly jobless payments issued by the Trump administration will...

City manager: Edinburg $1M contribution to UTRGV still alive

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BY NAXIELY LOPEZ-PUENTE AND MATT WILSON, STAFF WRITERS Although members of Edinburg City Council considered canceling the city’s $1 million contribution to the University of Texas Rio...