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Live at the Camille: Our Lady of the Tortilla opens Friday

The Camille Playhouse has reopened its doors to the public, kicking off its 58th season. Next on the list of productions is Our Lady of...

Special teams fuel Falcons in victory over Raiders

BROWNSVILLE — The Los Fresnos Falcons showed how impactful special teams can be Saturday at Sams Memorial Stadium. Los Fresnos (3-2, 2-1 in District 32-6A)...

Easing fears of little ones: Museum hosts annual Teddy Bear clinic for children

Saturday the Children’s Museum of Brownsville hosted some very special guests at their pavilion, a host of teddy bear patients and their child caretakers...

Gusty winds to continue through week

Brace for the breeze. Sunday’s gusty winds are forecast to persist across the Rio Grande Valley for the next several days, sending palm fronds skittering...

Latin Jazz Festival to kick off with TikTok Challenge

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The Brownsville Latin Jazz Festival is putting all you Latin music lovers and dancers to the challenge. As the festival gets ready to commemorate its...

Something in the Air: Report: Particulates an issue in Brownsville, Harlingen

A new study from the Environment Texas Research & Policy Center concludes that the Brownsville-Harlingen metropolitan statistical area had the most days of polluted...

Southwest Airlines flight cancellations continue into Monday

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By DAVID KOENIG AP Airlines Writer DALLAS (AP) — Southwest Airlines canceled hundreds more flights Monday following a weekend of major service disruptions. By late morning...

What happened to Texas’ tilt from red to blue? That’s a gray area

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Molly Hennessy-Fiske | Los Angeles Times HOUSTON — As state legislators reconvened Thursday, filing into their Capitol chambers — many in cowboy boots — to...

Sales tax allocations show big gains for most Valley cities

Sales tax revenues continue to increase in the Rio Grande Valley, nearly all cities posting double-digit gains from a year ago on sales made...

OPINION: Unfair: Current redistricting clearly discriminatory

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America’s founders believed our representative form of government could only work if equal representation was guaranteed. It’s clear from the wording of the Constitution,...
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