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Dangerously high temps return to Valley for Memorial Day weekend

The official first day of summer is still a month away, though extreme summer-like weather just won’t leave the Rio Grande Valley alone.

Raymondville ISD launches college scholarship program

RAYMONDVILLE — After years of planning, the Raymondville school district is launching a program offering graduating seniors two-year scholarships aimed at helping more low-income students earn college degrees.

Valley DQs to host Free Cone Day on March 19

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

Non-profit to train volunteer advocates for unaccompanied child immigrants

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights will hold two days of training April 20-21 in Harlingen for area residents who wish to serve as volunteer advocates for unaccompanied immigrant children while they are in federal custody.

Manhunt ends in arrest of Raymondville shooting victim’s half-brother

The manhunt for alleged killer Mario Martinez, wanted for the 7:45 p.m. Tuesday shooting of his half-brother Reynaldo Acosta, ended late Wednesday when he was captured by Raymondville police and other agencies at a house in the 1200 block of West Tampico Street.

What you need to know ahead of the Texas primary early voting that begins...

Early voting in Texas for the presidential primary election runs from Tuesday, Feb. 20 to Friday, March 1.

Former Harlingen Mayor Connie de la Garza dies; remembered as ‘champion’

HARLINGEN — Family and friends are remembering former Mayor Connie de la Garza as a loving father and consummate businessman who helped shape Harlingen politics while building the city’s business sector and medical complex.

Raymondville raises 8-liner fees to $1,000

Raymondville officials fast-tracked a new 8-liner ordinance last Tuesday, instituting a new permit fees to $1,000 in addition to $20 fees for stickers for each machine.

Raymondville, Lyford school district bands make history

Raymondville and Lyford’s high school bands are making history.

Valley school districts boosted test scores last year

HARLINGEN — The state’s new report cards show the Rio Grande Valley’s biggest school districts boosted their test scores over the previous year’s grades, while most posted slightly lower grades than the Texas average.