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AP Honor Roll recognizes two Valley districts

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McALLEN — The recently released 8th annual AP District Honor Roll shows two Rio Grande Valley school districts — IDEA Public Schools and Santa...

Progreso yet to pay Weslaco $58,000 for fire services

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PROGRESO — The city of Progreso owes Weslaco $58,000 for fire department response and has yet to pay any of it as of Tuesday.Weslaco...

Beto O’Rourke to campaign in Rio Grande Valley

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McALLEN — U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke is making campaign stops in the Rio Grande Valley on Jan. 6 and 7 in his bid to...

Blankets for all: Entire school shares in outpouring of support after first-grader’s Christmas letter...

EDINBURG — Dozens of pajama-clad students ambushed Santa Claus as soon as he walked through the gymnasium door of Monte Cristo Elementary School on...

Man appears in court on drug trafficking charges

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After one month in custody in Louisiana, the final suspect charged in a wide-ranging drug conspiracy based out of Cameron County has made an...

Bishop expresses sorrow regarding Garza murder

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Bishop Daniel E. Flores of the Diocese of Brownsville issued a statement Wednesday expressing the sorrow of the Catholic Church regarding the 1960 murder...

Former Cameron County workers file suit; Two employees had been charged in tax assessor...

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BROWNSVILLE — Two county employees who were fired and then rehired after public corruption charges against them were dropped have sued Cameron County for...

Possible motive emerges in case of murdered RGC teen

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RIO GRANDE CITY — Marijuana brownies and $67 worth of Xanax pills may have been the motive in the murder of local teen Chayse...

Transfer of county commissioner’s wife raises concerns

EDINBURG — The transfer of a Hidalgo County commissioner’s wife from one department to another has drawn the ire of the public official’s critics,...

Spreading the cheer: Target, McAllen first responders treat local students to holiday shopping spree

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McALLEN — Two-hundred children from local schools were given the shopping opportunity of a lifetime Tuesday.The students, ranging from kindergarteners to fourth-graders, were allowed...