In the midst of all the violence in mexico, two American veterans are still missing after a visit to Matamoros last week.
"No matter how they are, I want to find my children,” says Maria de Jesus Garcia.
Today fear and concern for safety run high at El Manana , a newspaper across the border that covers the Matamoros and Reynosa areas.
This is following the 30 minute kidnapping of their editor in Matamoros this morning.
Veterans are stepping up to help current Rio Grande Valley troops serving oversees.
Shopping is underway for care packages that will be sent to local troops who are weeks away from deployment to Egypt.
Tuesday morning, violence and threats to the safety of the city continued in Matamoros. Federal agents surrounded the main municipal building located downtown where an explosive was found outside its doors.
A UT Brownsville student was allegedly forced into his car at gunpoint by two suspects.
The student told Campus Police he was approached by a man and a woman at the UTB main parking lot off of University Boulevard.
We will soon have eyes in the sky, right here in Cameron County, the Emergency Management Office has been given a grant to purchase a $34,000 dollar drone, Na'Tassia Finley has more on how it'll be used.