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TSTC alums find success with business venture as independent contractors

HARLINGEN — When professional heating, ventilation and air conditioning services are requested by businesses, Javier Garcia and Carlos Ortega are ready to provide their skills.

Harlingen High School South graduates reflect on past four years

HARLINGEN — They faced many unique challenges.

Photo Gallery: Harlingen High School South graduates Class of 2023

HARLINGEN — COVID hijacked their freshman year, forcing the 2023 graduates of Harlingen High School South to retreat into their enclaves of safety while continuing classes online. They couldn’t see their friends; they felt isolated from the world; and an invisible threat to their health lurked everywhere.

GOP-controlled Texas House votes to impeach Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton

Texas' GOP-led House of Representatives impeached state Attorney General Ken Paxton on Saturday on articles including bribery and abuse of public trust, a sudden, historic rebuke of a fellow Republican who rose to be a star of the conservative legal movement despite years of scandal and alleged crimes.

TSTC Cybersecurity instructors share how they guide students toward successful careers

HARLINGEN — With cybercrimes running rampant and threatening everything from personal finances to social media accounts, technicians who can foil such dastardly attacks are more important now than ever.

Cardinals, Greyhounds receive diplomas, congratulations for their flourishing during the pandemic

The Harlingen and San Benito high schools held their respective commencement ceremonies Friday evening to jubilee for graduates who began new chapters in their lives.

Photo Gallery: San Benito High School graduates Class of 2023

San Benito High School seniors put on their purple and gold for the last time as students Friday evening, receiving their diploma as the Class of 2023 culminated their public school experience.

Photo Gallery: Harlingen High School graduates Class of 2023

Harlingen High School graduated its Class of 2023 to smiles, cheers and tears of joy as seniors took their last steps as high schoolers and their first steps into the future.

Cameron County DA warns against driving drunk during no-refusal weekend

With area residents counting down to the long Memorial Day weekend, Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz held his annual press conference on Friday morning announcing a “no-refusal DWI weekend” and urging residents not to mix alcohol and driving.

Harlingen’s Valle Vista Mall appears close to landing buyer

HARLINGEN — After about three months on the block, the struggling Valle Vista Mall appears to be closing in on a sale.