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Valley reps united in condemning attempt on Trump’s life

Thoughts, prayers, concerns and gratitude. Like many others around the U.S., these were the first sentiments shared by the members of congress who represent the Rio Grande Valley in reaction to the attempt on former President Donald Trump's life.

Rep. Monica De La Cruz to speak at RNC in nationally televised address

In many ways all roads lead here for the congresswoman and would-be spokesperson for the GOP's growing popularity among Hispanics.

TxDOT asking for community input on proposed Valley bike plan

The Texas Department of Transportation is seeking input from the public about a new project that aims to improve bicycle routes in South Texas.

Feds seeking to condemn 1,039 acres in Starr County for border wall

The federal government in July filed four land condemnation lawsuits against property owners in Starr County seeking more than 1,000 acres for the purpose of building a border wall.

Texas reacts with disgust to Spectrum’s massive internet outage

The Spectrum internet outage blamed on Hurricane Beryl came to an end Tuesday evening, but not without some healthy outrage.

Third border lawsuit filed by federal government seeks 933 acres in Starr County

The federal government this month has filed a third land condemnation lawsuit in McAllen federal court.

Federal government targets 39 acres in Starr County for proposed border wall

The federal government has filed two land condemnation lawsuits against residents in Starr County for more proposed border wall.

$700K going toward Starr County, DHR Health residency

Efforts to bolster health care in the Starr County area just got a $700,000-plus boost thanks to a federal grant earmarked to develop the region’s first medicine rural residency training program.

Beryl could affect deep South Texas as storm track uncertainty lingers

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station reported Wednesday that confidence is growing that Beryl, currently a Category 4 hurricane in the Caribbean, could have some impact on deep South Texas.

With Valley in cone of uncertainty, NWS says don’t wait on storm preparation

While it’s still to early to predict what, if any, impact Hurricane Beryl will have on the Rio Grande Valley, the National Weather Service Brownsville-RGV is urging residents to prepare for the worst now instead of procrastinating.