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MISSION — More than 600 Region One GEAR UP participants and their families engaged in a literacy awareness event here led by authors, including "The House on Mango Street" author Sandra Cisneros.
SAN BENITO — City Hall’s new boss is working to help San Benito’s commission spur change voters called for in this year’s landmark election.
On a sunny morning last week in Southmost, a home at 2875 Narranjo St. showed early signs of being ready for occupancy as volunteers joined the home’s future owners to help push the big day forward.
Voters who live in the Brownsville Independent School District are deciding the fate of a Voter Approval Tax Ratification Election on Tuesday that would restructure BISD taxes and provide $10.4 million to pay for employee raises.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Jalen Hurts braved a direct hit on his injured left knee to throw for 207 yards and two touchdowns, and he ran for another tush push score to lead the Philadelphia Eagles over the Dallas Cowboys 28-23 on Sunday night.
A 26-year-old Pharr man has been indicted on a charge of murder over allegations that he shot and killed his brother-in-law in early September following an argument.
SAN BENITO — For four years, Ricardo Madrigal has been leading a growing group of marchers to a remote state historical marker honoring countless victims killed in this area during one of Texas’ darkest periods.
Probable cause affidavits for the two men accused of fatally gunning down a San Benito police officer last month say the alleged shooter confessed.
Travelers are now able to book daily nonstop flights though Aeromexico from McAllen International Airport to Felipe Angeles International Airport outside of Mexico City, which will take flight beginning Feb. 1, 2024.
McALLEN — A proposal by the McAllen school board president on placing agenda items was met with mixed response Monday night, including vocal disapproval from the vice president.