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Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct reprimands Progreso municipal judge

The Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct has publicly reprimanded the city of Progreso’s municipal judge.

Hidalgo County school districts pass tax-rate ratifications, bonds

Hidalgo County voters this year considered two bonds and eight tax-ratification elections and all but three failed to pass.

Hidalgo and Cameron County results for Nov. 7, 2023 elections

This page will be updated throughout the course of election night with unofficial results from multiple sources. Make sure to check back here periodically. Results are unofficial until canvassed by local entities.

Election Day in Hidalgo County brings local races and tax elections

Hidalgo County voters will have plenty to decide on this Tuesday as Election Day has arrived.

Progreso ISD board president gets $250K bond in cocaine smuggling case

A federal magistrate judge on Tuesday set the bond for the Progreso school district’s board president, who is accused of cocaine smuggling, at $250,000 with a $15,000 deposit, court records indicate.

Feds accuse Progreso ISD board president of smuggling 88 pounds of cocaine

Federal prosecutors allege that the Progreso school district’s board president was involved in smuggling approximately 88 pounds of cocaine in 2020.

Progreso school board president charged with drug trafficking

The Progeso school district's board president and that municipality's assistant city manager is in custody on federal drug trafficking charges.

Hidalgo County extending operating hours at WIC clinics

Hidalgo County is extending its operating hours at WIC clinics throughout the area beginning in October.

Progreso woman indicted for causing fatal Edcouch crash that killed three

A 27-year-old Progreso woman is set to be arraigned Wednesday after three of her passengers died when she failed to yield and was subsequently hit by a semi just north of Edcouch on Jan. 25.

Beleaguered Garcia Grain hires bankruptcy restructuring officer

A federal bankruptcy judge has approved the appointment of a chief restructuring officer in the bankruptcy case of Donna-based Garcia Grain Corp., igniting new hope that the beleaguered company can restructure and avoid liquidation.