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Tigers rally past Panthers in pool play at Weslaco Tourney

WESLACO — Mercedes’ Randi Lara sank a go-ahead free throw in the final minute to propel the Tigers to a 54-53 win over Mid-Valley...

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.

8,000 early ballots cast thus far in Hidalgo County

Early voting for the 2023 Special Constitutional Amendment Election and Local Entities Elections kicked off Monday.

Local races, tax rate elections and constitutional amendments now before voters in Hidalgo County

Early voting has commenced in the Hidalgo County area with local races, tax rate elections and Texas constitutional amendments on the ballots.

Hidalgo County residents have until Tuesday to register to vote in Nov. 7 elections

Residents have until the end of day Tuesday to register to vote in the upcoming November elections, and local officials want to help.

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.

La Joya school board proposes increasing tax rate to generate $5 million

The La Joya ISD school board on Monday approved a tax rate election for November, joining a growing number of local districts to do so.

Weslaco ISD trustees call for $160 million bond election

Weslaco ISD trustees unanimously ordered Tuesday a $160 million bond election for November — the largest in the district’s history.