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DPS seeks suspect in Palmview crash that left man in critical condition

The Texas Department of Public Safety is asking the public for help in finding the driver involved in an auto-pedestrian crash that happened Monday night and left the victim in critical condition, according to a press release.

Trio of TSTC Dental Hygiene grads excited about new jobs

HARLINGEN — Recent Texas State Technical College Dental Hygiene graduates Robert Barajas, Brianda Pena and Laura Trevino are committed to providing the best dental care possible in their new jobs.

Hidalgo County municipal races marked by incumbent upsets

It was a night of upsets in Hidalgo County as incumbents across several cities lost their bids to keep their seats on their respective city councils during Saturday’s municipal elections.

Valley voters to decide local city and school races on Saturday

Rio Grande Valley voters will have one more chance to cast their vote for the May 4 elections with the conclusion of early voting on Tuesday.

Early voting underway in municipal elections across Hidalgo County

Early voting is underway in several municipal elections across Hidalgo County. Residents are being asked to choose new leaders, amending the rules that govern their city, or taking on decades’ worth of debt to finance public infrastructure.

Some South Texas school employees could be barred from holding elected office after fraud...

McALLEN — Certain school district employees in the Rio Grande Valley may be prohibited from holding elected office under a new proposed policy.

Former Palmview High School special ed teacher admits to sexually coercing over 50 children

A former Palmview High School special education teacher pleaded guilty Friday to the coercion and enticement of a minor.

Valley DQs to host Free Cone Day on March 19

Warmer weather means outdoor activities, more sunshine and ice cream.

Edinburg ‘celebration of love’ draws over 50 couples for Valentine’s Day marriage ceremony

EDINBURG — Overcast clouds and a few drizzles of rain did little to wash away the excitement of more than 50 couples as they awaited their chance to say “I do” in the presence of their families at the Promenade Park Amphitheater.