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Police arrest man for bringing AR-15 to Rio Grande City High School

A man is under arrest after he brought an AR-15 to Rio Grande City High School on Tuesday, according to a news release. The Rio...

Mission amends electioneering ordinance

The city of Mission made some adjustments to their electioneering ordinance.

TIMELINE: The long, costly history of a public corruption scheme

On Oct. 20, a federal jury unanimously found former Hidalgo County Precinct 1 Commissioner Arturo “A.C.” Cuellar and Weslaco businessman Ricardo “Rick” Quintanilla guilty...

San Juan appoints interim police chief as investigation proceeds

The city of San Juan appointed an interim chief of police as an investigation into suspended Police Chief Ruben Morin remains ongoing.

Former Edinburg Vela football player arrested for pointing ‘gun’ at people at party

Edinburg police arrested a former star football player from Robert Vela High School on Saturday for brandishing a BB gun and assaulting another male at a gathering of friends he wasn’t invited to, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Trial date pushed back in murder-for-hire plot

McALLEN — Three people accused of participating in a 2018 murder-for-hire plot will have to wait a little bit longer to have their day in court.

Man shot after altercation in downtown McAllen bar

The McAllen Police Department is investigating a reported shooting that resulted in one man being hospitalized early Sunday morning, according to a news release. The...

From McAllen High to CSI: Vegas, South Texas actress makes her way to CBS

CSI: Vegas is set to premier Thursday, and Rio Grande Valley fans of the popular crime drama may recognize one of the show’s regulars.

Signaling continued fight, abortion advocates hold demonstration in McAllen

McALLEN — Come Monday, it will be 45 years since McAllen resident Rosaura “Rosie” Jimenez died because she was denied a legal abortion.

Fox News hourlong special revisits border security as midterms approach

A special broadcast focusing on border security featured two members of congress from the Rio Grande Valley on Tuesday who agreed with the conservative outlet’s suggestion that the Biden administration has more work to do along the Texas-Mexico border.