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Music, food, lucha: McAllen’s MXLAN 2024 to pack cultural punch

MXLAN is returning more colorful, vibrant and festive than before with musical guests performing in what has been officially dubbed the Pepsi Music Stage.

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.

Edinburg woman sentenced to 18 years in prison for husband’s murder

EDINBURG — A 51-year-old Edinburg woman has been sentenced to prison after she was convicted for the murder of her husband on Dec. 8, 2019 following an argument regarding adultery.

HHSC reimbursement reduction could cost McAllen ISD $961,000

McALLEN — The school board held its fourth budget workshop Monday with an update on a budget reduction plan to deal with the district’s ongoing deficit that has been reduced to $10.3 million from the initial $14 million.

Melissa Lucio death penalty case headed back to Texas Court of Criminal Appeals

A judge on Friday signed off on an agreed order between the Cameron County District Attorney’s Office and appellate attorneys for Melissa Lucio that she did not have access to evidence that would have corroborated her story that her 2-year-old daughter died from a fall, not child abuse.

Divisive? Not for moviegoers. ‘Civil War’ declares victory at box office.

Alex Garland’s provocative “ Civil War ” didn’t only ignite the discourse. The film also inspired audiences to go to the cinemas this weekend...

Hidalgo County settles lawsuit with family of man who died after pandemic arrest

A McAllen federal judge on Friday afternoon signed off on a confidential settlement between Hidalgo County, four deputies, two nurses and the family of a 22-year-old man who died after suffering a severe neck injury over an Easter weekend 2020 arrest for allegedly violating a local COVID-19 emergency order and public intoxication.

Retired Cameron County Judge Murray remembered for legacy of community service

Retired Cameron County Judge Menton Murray Jr. left behind a legacy of community service and doing what was right for those before his court, family and friends said Thursday as the family received condolences.

‘Literary icon’: Sandra Cisneros to headline Brownsville Planned Parenthood brunch

Planned Parenthood South Texas (PPST) has landed a true literary icon as keynote speaker for the nonprofit organization’s Annual Valley Brunch in Brownsville on Sunday.

Brownsville ISD consolidates schools in Southmost

The Brownsville Independent School District Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to consolidate three pairs of schools in Southmost, aiming to initially save about $1 million per consolidation and setting a timeline to complete the change-over by fall 2024.