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Harlingen man caught with heroin, cocaine in RV at Los Indios bridge

A Harlingen man is under arrest after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers found more than 77 pounds of cocaine and nearly 30 pounds of heroin hidden in his recreational vehicle at the Free Trade International Bridge in Los Indios.

Mexican man caught with child porn at Los Indios bridge pleads guilty

A Mexican man has pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography after federal authorities found dozens of images on his cellphone while he was trying to cross into the U.S. through the Los Indios port of entry.

CBP, Cameron County partner for improvements at Los Indios’ Free Trade Bridge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Cameron County on Friday announced a formal partnership to build a small-scale infrastructure improvement project at the Free Trade Bridge in Los Indios.

Early voting begins in Cameron County as polls officially open

Early voting for the Nov. 7 Special Joint Election is under way in Cameron County as of Monday, with city elections, tax rate propositions and state constitutional amendments on the ballot for voters to decide.

219,233 tax statements to be mailed out to Cameron County property owners

BROWNSVILLE — Tax bills are hitting the mailboxes.

FM 509 expansion in Harlingen to cost $108M to $141M

HARLINGEN — For decades, local leaders have dreamed of developing a main trade corridor linking area cities with an international bridge into Mexico.

Gonzalez hits bridge delays; tells CBP urgent action is needed on wait times

U.S. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez on July 18 sent a letter to U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Director Troy Miller asking him to address what Gonzalez says is an intermittent but recurring issue of excessive wait times at land ports-of-entry in Brownsville.

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.

Well that came out of nowhere: Valley wakes up to wind-ravaged cities with sprawling...

A thunderstorm that ripped through the Rio Grande Valley overnight Friday and into early Saturday morning left tens of thousands without power with no immediate relief in sight, and caused havoc in city streets, residential and business property as a deluge of rain and hail drenched the region.