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Work begins on 16-mile Mid-Valley hike and bike trail

WESLACO — A new hike-and-bike trail in the Mid-Valley will eventually connect to established trail systems in San Juan, McAllen and Edinburg.

La Villa surges past Santa Maria, 3-0 in district

LA VILLA — La Villa moved one step closer to claiming a third straight district title with a 30-19 win over Santa Maria on...

Bomb threats emailed to Valley school districts not credible

Seven Rio Grande Valley school districts on Monday reported receiving an emailed bomb threat that did not originate locally, which does not appear credible.

La Villa man kicked cat to death, said he had a gun when police...

Police in La Villa have arrested a man who kicked his girlfriend’s cat to death earlier this month.

Pharr man pleads guilty in La Villa Detention Center smuggling scheme

A 24-year-old Pharr man this week admitted to paying a prison guard at the La Villa Detention Center to smuggle a cellphone to an inmate charged with hostage taking.

ELECTION RESULTS: The rundown on the May 6, 2023 races in the RGV

Here's a rundown of the May 6, 2023 elections in Hidalgo County and Cameron County cities, school districts and local entities.

More than 27,000 early ballots cast across Valley with Brownsville mayoral race topping interest

Twenty elections for cities, school districts and other entities in the Rio Grande Valley have as of Monday drawn more than 20,000 voters over the course of seven days during early voting.

Early voting begins for local elections in Hidalgo County

The first day of early voting for the May 6 local entities election saw a slight uptick in voters when compared to the last local entities election in 2021.

Here’s a roundup of candidates in the May 6 election for Valley cities and...

Early voting for the May 6 elections for Hidalgo County cities and schools begins Monday morning for a number of municipal and school district races.

Texas General Land Office announces new disaster funding awards for RGV

The Texas General Land Office has announced more than $18.5 million in disaster relief funding that will aid communities across the Rio Grande Valley affected by the floods of 2019.