Edinburg

Local and federal agencies host roundtable on strategizing for handling a possible Ebola case

The U.S. has seen four cases of Ebola so far, with only one of them being fatal.

Campfire with a Naturalist at Edinburg Scenic Wetlands and World Birding Center

This Fall, the Edinburg Scenic Wetlands and World Birding Center invites you to “Campfire with a Naturalist”, an evening series exploring the world of night-dwelling wildlife.

UTPA ranks high nationwide in awarding bachelor's, graduate degrees to Hispanics

For the second year in a row, The University of Texas-Pan American ranks No.

Border Patrol hosts roundtable on bloodborne, airborne pathogen plans

The Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector hosted a roundtable meeting with the leaders of local, state and other federal agencies Thursday morning to discuss joint efforts regarding bloodborne and airborne pathogens.

Edinburg school comes together for teacher with cancer

Economedes High School in Edinburg takes Breast Cancer Awareness month beyond support for cancer research.

Robbery suspect faces life in prison

A robbery suspect is facing felony charges for allegedly robbing several gas stations. Jesus Peralez is looking at two aggravated robbery charges and a charge of burglary.

Local credit union crashes, accounts and jobs still safe

Days after liquidation, some changes are already visible, and audible at Community Municipal Employees Credit Union.

Local credit union crashes, sending customers to Navy Army

A local credit union crashes, leaving 7,000 customers in the hands of another.

Edinburg Fire Department ready for Fire Prevention Festival

The Edinburg Fire Department invites the community to the Annual Fire Prevention Festival scheduled for Saturday, October 11.

UTPA Report: Migrant workers getting their GED

For more than 40 years, The University of Texas-Pan American has been helping migrant workers and their families get their GEDs. UTPA's Jennifer Berghom explains why the University has taken on this task in this report.

UTPA Report: The White Coat Ceremony

You may have heard of medical schools having white coat ceremonies to welcome its newest students, but The University of Texas-Pan American is one of a select few schools to start offering this rite of passage to its nursing students.

Hidalgo Co. looking for local Rosie the Riveters

"when the war broke out, I was in Falfurrias," said Angelica Garcia, a local Rosie the Riveter. "it was kind of scary. People were getting drafted," recalled Illa Vance, another Riveter.

Valley health officials react to confirmed case of Ebola in Dallas

The first confirmed case of Ebola found is just 8 hours north of us, in Dallas. Health officials here in the Valley say, while concerning, the Dallas case isn't one they think will spread this far South.