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MOVING UP Los Fresnos to get new city hall By STEVE CLARK Staff Writer LOS FRESNOS — "Togetherness" is a concept Los Fresnos city administration... [Read More]
San Benito school board President Michael Vargas is facing a charge of driving while intoxicated. The Class B misdemeanor stems from an incident in which... [Read More]
Paola Teran, a 12-year-old Brownsville resident and Tae Kwon Do national champion, will compete at the World Championship in Uzbekistan, Asia, in August. Teran is... [Read More]
The first hover test of SpaceX's Starship Hopper prototype could take place as early as today at the company's Boca Chica Beach launch site, 24... [Read More]
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The Primera Police Department is searching for a person of interest in a current theft investigation. The person of interest is Eliza Michelle Salazar from... [Read More]
Police are asking for the public's help in finding the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run crash on Tuesday, July 9. The victim... [Read More]
Tariffs were created and imposed by past great leaders to protect consumers and businesses. They have been in place forever and, like you said, have... [Read More]
Higher education staff, county officials and private industry representatives planned for the future and discussed the link between learning and those entering the workforce at... [Read More]
Annie Oakley, while traveling in 1889 with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show in Germany, shot the cigar out of the mouth of the German... [Read More]
"Go Grandpa! Go Grandpa!" The signs held up by Rey Rodriguez's grandchildren said it all. So, he complied, placing eighth in the 400 meter and... [Read More]
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Kris Holland 063005 Roxanne Mills pushes fabric through her sewing machine during one of her free sewing classes in Harlingen. Mills also offers classes in... [Read More]
La Feria alumnus Andy Cortez took the golf course Saturday morning with some extra emotion. The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley commit has been... [Read More]
Local photographer Martin Buitron felt the need to do something for the veterans in the Rio Grande Valley. As a son of a Marine veteran,... [Read More]
Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Moises Sanchez will have a final surgery to place a reconstructed bone flap inside his head on Monday, according... [Read More]
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Three Harlingen Fire Fighters moved up the ranks on Friday. Lieutenant Ruben Balboa (left) was promoted to the department's second Assistant Fire Chief. Driver Gary... [Read More]
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Have you been thinking about opening a franchise? Whether you're interested in opening a restaurant such as El Pollo Loco or a fitness center such... [Read More]
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He's been the best of the best, more than once, more than twice. And again, Ronnie Rios, director of music programs for the Harlingen school... [Read More]
Almost time for the festivities at the Resaca de la Palma State Park for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 flight. Countdown has begun... [Read More]
For the first time in Cameron County's voting history, the county has registered more than 200,000 voters, and election officials hope to raise that number... [Read More]
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