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10 shots fired in fatal Mission road rage murder

A 23-year-old Mission man was arrested Tuesday after shooting at another man multiple times from his vehicle into the victim’s due to a “road rage” incident and killing him, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Mission chef again nominated for James Beard Award

Mission chef Ana Liz Pulido has been nominated for the prestigious James Beard Award for the second consecutive year.

Valley’s water scarcity concerns continue to mount

As lake levels at Falcon and Amistad international reservoirs continue to drop, people in the Rio Grande Valley are becoming increasingly concerned, including one of Hidalgo County’s highest leaders.

Mission police seek leads in fatal shooting

Mission police are asking for the community's help to identify the suspect or suspects in a fatal Monday shooting.

Mission man sentenced to 20 years following fatal smuggling crash

A 35-year-old Mission man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to two counts of murder and one count of evading arrest following the deaths of two people he was attempting to smuggle a day after Thanksgiving in 2021, according to court documents.

Mission officials break ground on new industrial park

MISSION — The atmosphere here was jubilant as officials celebrated what will become a decade-long investment in the growth of Mission’s role in binational trade.

Former Palmview High School special ed teacher admits to sexually coercing over 50 children

A former Palmview High School special education teacher pleaded guilty Friday to the coercion and enticement of a minor.

Mission family pleads guilty to smuggling 300 people into US

Four members of a Mission family pleaded guilty for their roles in money laundering and in smuggling 300 people into the U.S., according to a U.S. Attorney's Office news release.

Peñitas man sentenced to 25 years for killing Mission man during drug deal

A Peñitas man was sentenced to prison on Thursday following a guilty plea for the death of a Mission man who he shot over drugs.

Water scarcity prompting Mission to consider pausing land development

MISSION — Officials here are considering putting a halt to new land developments as water levels continue to plummet at the two international reservoirs that supply the bulk of the Rio Grande Valley’s water.