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Man who fatally stabbed former Harlingen football player convicted

A 60-year-old man was convicted Thursday of stabbing and killing a former Harlingen High School football player in the middle of the night nearly three years ago.

Brownsville ISD’s Ortiz Elementary recognized as National Blue Ribbon School

Solomon P. Ortiz Elementary School in Brownsville is among 29 schools in Texas and 353 across the country being recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as National Blue Ribbon Schools.

La Joya ISD employee accused of forging school bus inspections

The 39-year-old woman and 31-year-old man arrested last week at the La Joya school district are accused of creating false documents indicating school buses were properly inspected when they weren’t, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Cowboys legends to help city with ‘surprise’ announcement for McAllen Holiday Parade

The city of McAllen will be holding a news conference Tuesday to announce some surprises for this year’s McAllen Holiday Parade, and there will be some very special guests in attendance.

Former Sharyland Pioneer QB Marburger starts for UTSA

Former Sharyland Pioneer quarterback Eddie Lee Marburger made the first start of his collegiate career for the UTSA Roadrunners in a nonconference game against...

Hospital, TxDOT officials hosting free car seat inspections in McAllen

Six children under the age of 8 died in crashes occurring in the Rio Grande Valley last year, children who were not secured in their seats.

DHR Health participating in clinical trial for inhalable insulin

DHR Health is among the many healthcare and higher education institutions around the nation that are conducting a clinical trial that tests the effectiveness of inhalable insulin for children with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.

Nearing completion: New Brownsville tax office will serve Southmost residents

Residents of Southmost and the surrounding area in Brownsville soon will be able to pay their taxes close by rather than having to drive downtown.

PSJA school district renames middle school to honor trustee

In a unanimous vote Monday, the Pharr-San-Juan-Alamo Independent School District Board of Trustees renamed Alamo Middle School to Jesus “Jesse” Vela Middle School to honor the trustee’s lifetime of service to the community.

Pharr’s former police chief takes city to court over open records

Former City Manager and Chief of Police Andy Harvey is taking his former employer, the city of Pharr, to court in an effort to compel the city to release a voluminous open records request he filed.