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Company at center of Hidalgo County corruption scheme files lawsuit

Performance Services Inc., an Indiana-based company that has found itself at the center of a large-scale public corruption scandal in western Hidalgo County, has...

Sullivan City smuggler’s vehicle crushed person to death after crash

A Sullivan City man has been charged with murder after losing control of his vehicle, rolling over “multiple times” during a high speed chase...

CBP officers report 19% uptick in cocaine seized, 177% of “inadmissibles”

A report from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection states that there was a significant increase in narcotics, unreported currency, weapons and numerous immigration...

ERCOT independent monitor says Texas shouldn’t meddle with power market

AUSTIN — The independent authority for Texas’ power grid operator ERCOT has a novel idea for how state officials should tackle restructuring Texas’ electricity market in the wake of 2021′s deadly winter storm: do nothing.

New Year’s Day crash leaves Rio Grande City teen dead

A 14-year-old boy from Rio Grande City who wasn’t wearing his seat belt, died after being ejected from a vehicle Sunday morning, according to...

We polled our reporters about their New Year’s traditions. Here’s what they said.

Color coordinated underwear. Twelve grapes. Sweeping out the bad vibes. These are just some of the countless traditions people partake in to welcome the new...

Weslaco man shot dead by authorities told a negotiator he was going to kill...

A 39-year-old Weslaco man shot and killed by law enforcement last Friday told a negotiator that he had a visual on officers and was going to kill them.

Mission PD: Woman involved in fatal hit-and-run cooperating

The Mission Police Department has identified the woman who investigators believe was behind the wheel in a fatal hit-and-run last week. Investigator Art Flores said...

Online live cams allow us to go birding anytime, anywhere

HARLINGEN — Too hot, too cold, too dry, too rainy, whatever.

Motorists encouraged to check tire pressure during cold weather

As Rio Grande Valley residents prepare for an arctic blast that will push through the area this evening, vehicle owners are reminded to get their cars, SUVs and pickup trucks prepared as well.