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Edinburg woman gets probation for fiery, fatal McAllen DWI crash

A 30-year-old Edinburg woman received 10 years probation Friday morning for driving 111 mph while drunk and hitting and killing a man who was “burned beyond recognition.”

Garcia Grain files restructuring plan; hopes to repay local farmers

It's been a whirlwind year for Donna-based Garcia Grain — one that began with filing for bankruptcy shortly after state regulators shut the company down over missing grain just as creditors began calling millions of dollars in notes due.

Haunted houses and pumpkin patches among fall events in Valley

Cities across the Rio Grande Valley are preparing for spooky season with festivals full of scary good activities.

STC unveils new logo on 30th anniversary to usher in new era

South Texas College revealed a new logo inspired by the rosette on a jaguar's pelt during its annual Fall Convocation celebrating 30 years since the college's inception.

McAllen ISD program modeled after ‘Shark Tank’ seeks mentors

The McAllen school district is looking to add coaches and mentors from the community for its own version of the popular television show “Shark Tank.”

US Rep. De La Cruz hopes to keep Border Patrol agents paid if gov....

As Congress remains gridlocked on reaching a bipartisan approach to preventing a government shutdown, U.S. Rep. Monica De La Cruz has introduced legislation that would ensure Border Patrol agents are paid even if the looming potential shutdown happens.

Feds arrest RGV couple after undercovers buy exotic cats

A Rio Grande Valley couple were arrested Tuesday after they admitted to buying and selling exotic animals, according to a criminal complaint.

McAllen approves $661M budget with pay bump for police officers

McALLEN — Officials here approved a $661 million operating budget and a 4.7% reduction in the property tax rate during a meeting at McAllen City Hall on Tuesday.

Former Santa Maria ISD trustee pleads guilty to drug smuggling

The former Santa Maria ISD school board trustee implicated in a yearslong scheme to smuggle several pounds of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine through the Rio Grande Valley pleaded guilty on Monday.