Author: Raul Garcia

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Area golfers met up last month at the 8th Annual Harlingen Medical Center tournament to help Habitat for Humanity. [Read More]
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The Port Isabel Lighthouse will undergo repairs to its façade that will require it be temporarily closed starting in the next few weeks. It's not... [Read More]
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All it took was a few dollars and cents to make Christmas a little merrier. [Read More]
For years the small city was just a dot on the map, but that is changing according to Mayor David Kusch. [Read More]
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Ann Perez wiped the tears off her face as Elizabeth Rose and Mary Kate Holder serenaded her with Christmas songs yesterday at home. [Read More]
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Police have charged a local man with murder after a body was found at an apartment complex. [Read More]
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U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley made multiple arrests recently, seizing millions in narcotics, encountering stash houses and family groups and unaccompanied... [Read More]
Fall migration is picking up and birding is about to hit its peak in the Rio Grande Valley. [Read More]
Fire Chief David Phinney was the first paid fireman for the city of La Feria. [Read More]
While cruising along Gulf Boulevard, it's virtually a guarantee drivers will come across the recurrent hustle and bustle of bike riders, dog walkers and excited... [Read More]
Julio and Letty are husband and wife, but they also enjoy being co-workers at their family owned business. [Read More]
Local police continue to investigate a recent hit and run, locked up two alleged drug dealers and a mother for alleged child endangerment. [Read More]
Two Cameron County employees have been arrested and charged with theft and tampering with government records for allegedly lying on their time cards. [Read More]
Two Cameron County employees have been arrested and charged with theft and tampering with government records for allegedly lying on their time cards. [Read More]
Andi Atkinson isn't leaving any stone unturned in her effort to help people find work in the Valley. [Read More]
The court docket keeps growing. [Read More]
Cameron County Constable Eddie Solis was the odd man out after county commissioners voted to hand out pay raises earlier this week. [Read More]
Between protecting the streets, making arrests and filing paper work for the judge, Detectives Oscar Leal and Benisse Gomez are working hard to organize the... [Read More]
There are going to be 50 new affordable rental homes in the city. [Read More]
What started as a simple book display to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the public library became a cultural get together for the entire community. [Read More]
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