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Texas Southmost College to host Veterans Day Ceremony

Texas Southmost College will celebrate Veterans Day with a morning ceremony on Tuesday, November 11th at 9 a.m. outside Gorgas Hall around the flag pole area.

Diving in and dredging. Cleaning out zoo resaca's

You might notice something new at the Glady's Porter Zoo for the next couple months, but it's not an animal.

Weslaco defeats Weslaco East in final 'City Clash' game

In the last "Clash of the City" game of the season, the Weslaco Panthers took on the Weslaco East Wildcats 28-21 on Friday night.

Today's Weather Forecast

Today Sunny, with a high near 85. Breezy, with a south wind 9 to 14 mph increasing to 18 to 23 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 29 mph.

Cold Fronts mean Fall Fashion

If you are like me the cooler temperatures mean its the perfect opportunity to bring out the tall Fall boots in every color.

Angie's list backyard fireplace

The colder weather doesn't have to mean an end to your outdoor entertaining. In today's Angie's' list report, the benefits of a backyard fire feature.

Has the Weather Made Your Headlights Foggy? A fix...

If you drive an older vehicle, have you noticed that your head lights are fogged over? Do you find yourself using the high beams a lot because the low beams seem too dim?

Lincoln Park 'sale' halted for now

A Brownsville plan to get city park land into the hands of the University of Texas, is scuttled, at least for now.

Pharr police release name of kidnapping victim

Pharr investigators have identified the missing woman who was kidnapped by three men with a rifle, October 29th.

Texas Land Commissioner challenges Denton frack ban in court

Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson wasted no time in challenging an unconstitutional ban on hydraulic fracturing approved by Denton voters Tuesday. By 7:51 a.m.

Hit and run driver charged with accident involving personal injury

Police have arrested a driver involved in a hit and run accident in San Benito.

Governor Perry makes first court appearance in public corruption case

Texas Governor Rick Perry made his first court appearance after being indicted on felony abuse of power charges. The charges stem from a veto threat to nix state funding for public corruption prosecutors.