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Mission woman killed after early morning house fire

The Mission Fire Department is investigating the cause of a fire that claimed the life of a woman early Thursday morning.

Mercedes interim superintendent details planned safety measures

Mercedes Independent School District Interim Superintendent Richard Rivera briefed trustees on security initiatives he hopes to enact at the district at the board’s meeting...

Pharr company breaks ground on $22 million cold storage facility

The Pharr Economic Development Corporation hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday for a company that promises to bring in more businesses and jobs with the expansion of its warehouse facilities.

Former teacher accused of improper relationship with student to be arraigned

A now former Pharr-San Juan-Alamo school district teacher arrested and charged with having an improper relationship with a student two years ago is set to be arraigned Tuesday morning.

Smugglers gave 2 hatchets to group of 70 hidden in tractor-trailer in case of...

Nearly two weeks after what may be the deadliest smuggling event in United States history in which 53 people died from heat-related illness in the back of a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, smugglers continue to try to move large groups of people in the same way.

Texas GLO assistance program rebuilds home after storm damage; funds still available

ALAMO — Nearly a dozen people gathered outside the green home on Harrison Avenue awaiting the chance to get a look at the newly completed house.

It took one week for a sheriff’s employee to be investigated and charged with...

One week after an evidence technician with the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office noticed missing cash while handling a currency evidence box, the tech’s now former colleague is accused of stealing $28,576 and a gun storage box, according to an affidavit.

Edcouch-Elsa trustees file restraining order on super’s contract

A temporary restraining order application filed Wednesday by two Edcouch-Elsa ISD school board members alleges the district was not complying with the Texas Open Meetings Act and delayed the board from taking action on Superintendent Greg Rodriguez’s contract.

Weslaco woman charged with animal cruelty after police find her dog dead, tied to...

A 30-year-old Weslaco woman is charged with animal cruelty after police found her dog tied to a tree and dead.

Bond reduction denied for teen accused of planning to shoot Donna High School

EDINBURG – A 17-year-old Alamo teen accused of plotting a school shooting with his co-defendant and two other juveniles failed to have his bond reduced Wednesday morning.