Local News + Statewide News

Concerns of food shortage at Hanna High School

A mother of a local high school student claims that her daughter does not get lunch because the school has been running out of food.

DPS seizes 417 lbs. of marijuana arrest 16 year-old minor

The Texas Department of Public Safety has seized 417 pounds of marijuana after a high speed chase in Hidalgo County.

McAllen teen busted for smuggling a jeep filled with pot

A McAllen teen was arrested Wednesday, after DPS troopers stopped him, and found  more than 400 pounds of Marijuana in his vehicle.

Corruption case casts shadow over Hidalgo County race

 Hidalgo County voters will elect a new top lawman this November, replacing a former sheriff who was

Cameron County officials re-open Isla Blanca and Andy Bowie Park

Cameron County has re-opened two county parks on South Padre Island after closing them due to Tropical Storm Dolly.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Thursday will be mostly cloudy with period, scattered t-showers. Some of the storms may produce brief, locally heavy rainfall. We'll see a few moments of sun by Thursday afternoon.

Thanks, Dolly, for Some Decent Rain

Wednesday was the Valley's best chance to get some much needed rainfall out of Tropical Storm Dolly.  Well, Dolly did not disappoint.  The RGV could get more rain on Thursday as well.

Streets of Brownsville underwater

Not only is tropical storm Dolly affecting the shrimping boats, it's caused flooding all over the Rio Grande Valley. The streets in Brownsville commonly flood near the intersection of Boca Chica and Padre Island Highway.

53 Mexican fishing vessels call for safe harbor

Tropical storm Dolly reached Brownsville last night forcing 53 Mexican fishing boats to seek safe harbor in the Port of Brownsville, while one is stranded on South Padre Island.

New Red Snapper reporting program shows promising results

As one of the most sought after fish in the gulf, red snapper became the subject of a new reporting system that has shown favorable results.

Game Wardens working more marijuana cultivation cases

Texas game wardens have recently been involved with four separate illegal marijuana cultivation cases in rural areas.

Burglary suspect arraigned on multiple charges

San Benito Police arrested 33-year-old Jose Luisa Guerra, who was identified as the suspect in a home burglary yesterday. He was arraigned on multiple charges.

Roma ISD new elementary school now open

Roma ISD's brand new Veterans Memorial Elementary School officially opened for business last week and already 585 area children decided to call it home for the 2014-2015 school year.