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Another Tropical Concern Next Week?

The Valley received a good round of t-showers on Friday, delivering over an inch and a half to McAllen and surrounding areas.  This was caused by a simple low pressure system parked just off shore.  It never strengthened into anything

Labor Day traffic hits the Texas

The holiday travel is well underway. The increase in traffic today is noticeable in town and out.

Brownsville welcomes a new Toyota dealership

Yet another ground breaking today in the valley. This time, a Toyota dealership in Brownsville. The dealership will be located on a 12 acre lot next to the Brownsville Sports Park.

Following complaints, crosswalk added in school zone

It didn't take too long for the City of Brownsville to link up with the Texas Department of Transportation in regards to there being no crosswalk to allow students to safely make their way to Vermillion Elementary or Rivera High School.

Viewing the immigration crisis through Valley eyes

Less than 24 hours after returning from 5 days in Honduras and Guatemala,  Bishop Flores was back in the Valley.  He shared pictures he captured for his blog, along with stories his heart couldn't let go of.

BISD School cafeterias get extreme makeover

Three BISD school cafeterias get a facelift. “I love the cafeteria. Me too!” These are the voices of happy students at Vermillion Elementary School enjoying their all-newly renovated cafeteria.

Mother of wandering toddler charged with child endangerment

A Weslaco mother was formally charged with child endangerment this afternoon after her young daughter was found walking in the street alone early yesterday morning.

Final weekend to see dinosaurs at the zoo

This is the last weekend to hear the prehistoric roars of animatronic dinosaurs at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville. On September 1st, Dinosaur Safari will close its doors. We invite the public to join us and step back in time.

$3M in marijuana seized in shipment of charcoal bags at port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Pharr International Bridge cargo facility seized $3,000,000 worth of marijuana that CBP officers discovered within a commercial shipment of charcoal.

Boyfriend arrested for choke holding and punching pregnant girlfriend

A San Benito man was arrested for assault after choking and punching his pregnant girlfriend on the side of the road.

18 year-old woman assaults police officer after being involved in a bar fight

San Benito police arrested a 18 year-old girl for assaulting a public servant after she was involved in a bar fight.

S.T.E.M.S. mentors experience the wildlife of Alaska

Andre Muñoz seeks adventure whenever he can find it.

Unique Ag teaching duo recognized by Vocational Agricultural Science Teachers Association

A duo of agricultural science teachers at Mission High School were recently recognized by the Vocational Agricultural Science Teachers Association of Texas (VATAT).

Brownsville PD and Capital One handing out backpacks to elementary students

The Brownsville PD will be handing out 600 backpacks filled with school supplies to deserving elementary school students, Na'Tassia Finley has more on why police say outreach like this builds positive relationship with youth in the communit

Harlingen aviation company plane crashes in New Mexico

A Harlingen aviation company plane has crashed and burned in New Mexico killing all four people on board.