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Mercedes man charged with tampering with corpse in San Juan murder

The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a 28-year-old Mercedes man on a charge of tampering with a human corpse for a brutal murder in San Juan.

Valley housing authorities awarded federal funding

Several housing authorities across the Rio Grande Valley were recently awarded funding for maintenance and modernization.

$11B for Operation Lone Star mostly spent on low-level arrests, ACLU says

Since its inception in 2021, Gov. Greg Abbott’s Operation Lone Star (OLS) immigration enforcement program has spent $11.2 billion arresting people mostly for misdemeanors, while the prosecution rate is much higher for U.S. citizens and nationals than migrants, according to a new report from the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas and ACLU Analytics.

Four apply for Edinburg city attorney position

EDINBURG — A total of four people have applied to be the Edinburg city attorney — a job that will soon be a full-time staff position within the city, rather than a contractual hire.

San Benito scores clean audit; shows dramatic economic growth

SAN BENITO — Boasting a record cash cache, City Hall’s landed a clean opinion on its annual financial audit showing dramatic economic growth during the last 10 years.

Body of Harlingen school district student swept out to sea found on South Padre...

The Cameron County Park Rangers confirmed Monday morning that the body of a 13-year-old girl who was swept away by a rip current on Sunday was found.

La Joya wins 11-inning Game 3 thriller against Weslaco

WESLACO — La Joya High and Weslaco High needed 11 innings and four hours, forty-four minutes to decide Game 3 of their Region IV-6A quarterfinal...

Male found dead with gunshot wound to head in Brownsville

Brownsville police are investigating another deadly shooting that left one man dead early Saturday morning.

Sen. Cornyn proposes withholding funding for Mexico over Valley’s water crisis

The Rio Grande Valley's reservoirs are not only running out of water, the region is running out of options.

Edinburg officials fielding city attorney candidates

EDINBURG — City leaders here have begun the process of finding a successor to replace City Attorney Omar Ochoa, who announced his resignation in early April.