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Tractor Supply comes to Brownsville with weekend grand opening

Tractor Supply Company has opened a location in Brownsville, making it the sixth location in the Rio Grande Valley.

Valley honoring veterans in November with parades, concerts, food and festivities

There are more than 20 events planned thus far in the month of November honoring veterans in the Rio Grande Valley, a testament to South Texas communities paying tribute to the men and women in the armed forces.

History in the making: Three Valley bands hopeful to place in state marching band...

With the Rio Grande Valley having a rich history of marching band culture, three Valley bands advanced to the state level with each school making history.

Raymondville school district initiative ensures employees get timely mammograms

RAYMONDVILLE — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Lyford schools on lockdown late Tuesday after ‘active shooter’ hoax

Lyford school police and other local police agencies went on alert late Tuesday after a threat was made that was treated as an “active shooter” incident.

Texas Film Roundup wants your old home movies for archives

Those untouched home videos and film reels hidden away in closets across the Rio Grande Valley — there are gems inside.

Ex-CBP officer from Raymondville gets 12 years for drug trafficking

A former Customs and Border Protection officer was sentenced to over 12 years in federal prison for trafficking drugs.

Hidalgo County breaks ground on $1.8M Main Drain improvement project

EDINBURG — Officials here celebrated another win in the yearslong effort to improve stormwater drainage by breaking ground on a new phase of Hidalgo County’s Main Drain system Thursday morning.

Bomb threats emailed to Valley school districts not credible

Seven Rio Grande Valley school districts on Monday reported receiving an emailed bomb threat that did not originate locally, which does not appear credible.

These Valley businesses and agencies are holding back to school giveaways

As summer comes to an end, well summer break not so much the heat, and students prepare to tackle the next school year, local businesses, organizations and agencies are pitching in by holding back to school events for families struggling to afford supplies, clothes and anything else necessary for the classroom.