Local News

Brownsville & McAllen make list of Top 10 Least Educated Cities in America

One financial website listed two Valley cities in their Top 10 Least Educated Cities In America.

CBP officers seize $150K in marijuana at port of entry

Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo International Bridge seized over 150 pounds of marijuana and arrested a Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico man in connection with this failed smuggling attempt.

Harlingen to postpone spraying mosquitoes

The City of Harlingen originally planned to continue spraying for mosquitoes on Monday. However, rain in the forecast has pushed back the spraying until the valley sees drier conditions.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Wednesday will be partly to, occasionally, mostly cloudy. Expect a slight chance of a few scattered sprinkles. Highs will be 92 in the Lower Valley, 95 in the Upper.

Verizon app winners featured in national commercial

That's the beginning of Verizon's new commercial for a campaign called "Crea Futuro".

$4M expansion for Sea Turtle Inc.

Sea Turtle Inc. on South Padre Island is about to begin a $4 million expansion. Plans for the new buildings include five new holding tanks.

Cameron County's animal shelter to expand

Cameron County encounters an increasing number of stray dogs and unwanted pets every day according to the county’s environmental health director Gustavo Olivares.

Hidalgo County investigators release identity of deceased man

The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim whose burned body was found yesterday in San Carlos.

Los Ebanos ferry crossing closed due to high water levels

Rainfall across the Rio Grande Valley has caused the Los Ebanos International Ferry Crossing to be closed until further notice.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and t-showers. The SE winds will range from 10-25 mph. Highs will be 85 in the Lower Valley, 89 in the Upper.

We're ABOVE NORMAL on Rainfall!... for the moment.

Get the party horns and the confetti ready!!  For the first time all year, Brownsville is ABOVE NORMAL on year-to-date rainfall.  As of Monday night, Brownsville received 18.03 inches for the year, 8.52 inches for the month of Septemb