Edinburg

Border Patrol agents seize more than $4.2M in marijuana

U.S. Border Patrol agents confiscated more than $4.2 million worth of marijuana in multiple seizures in 4 days.

Jaime Tijerina sworn in as judge

Jaime Tijerina is commencing his tenure as Judge of the 92nd State District Court of Texas today.

Edinburg man accused of sexual abuse arraigned

An Edinburg man accused or sexually assaulting two young girls appeared before a judge this afternoon. Manuel Angel Samperio, 60, is facing six criminal charges for his alleged sexual abuse of two minors dating back to 2006.

UTPA Report: Biomechanics

It has given new meaning to hands-on. Students at the University of Texas Pan American are using a state-of-the-art lab similar to the equipment used in the newest video games and even by the U-S Olympic track team.

Suspects involved in Mexican murder case arrested

Humberto Villasenor Soto and Osvaldo De La Paz Soto were caught on Tuesday... after the Gulf Coast violent offender task force learned the fugitives were living in an apartment complex in Edinburg.

Columnist Ruben Navarrette Jr. to be next UTPA Distinguished Speaker

Nationally syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette Jr. will be the next presenter in The University of Texas-Pan American's Distinguished Speakers series Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the University's Student Union Theater.

Renovation work begins at Edinburg's old administrative building

A Hidalgo County building is getting a facelift after renovations were approved for the old administrative building.

Excelencia in Education honors UTPA Cooperative Pharmacy

Elected officials and higher education leaders from across the country came together at the Liaison Capitol Hill hotel in Washington, D.C., to honor The University of Texas-Pan American’s Cooperative Pharmacy Program (CPP) with The Univer

Edinburg to swear in new Councilmember

Councilmember elect Richard Molina will be sworn in to office today during a special ceremony at Edinburg City Hall. The Ceremony will start at 12:15 p.m.

UTPA Report: Nationally acclaimed Mariachi Aztlán

They’ve rubbed elbows with President Barack Obama, and picked up one national title after another.

Smoke from AC compressor causes hospital to evacuate

Smoked forced an evacuation at the Doctors Hospital at Renaissance on Monday morning.

UTPA wins College of Year award from National Hispanic Institute

Gloria De Leon attributes her success in co-founding one of the leading nonprofit organizations that trains Hispanic youth to become leaders to the education she received at The University of Texas-Pan American.

UTPA enrollment reaches record enrollment

The University of Texas-Pan American has reached another milestone this fall with a total student enrollment of more than 20,000—the most in the institution's 86-year history.

UTPA Report: Veterans Service Award

Leaving the military and adjusting to a civilian life can be difficult for members of the armed forces.

UTPA to host on Latino leadership

In celebration of National Hispanic Serving Institutions Week, The University of Texas-Pan American is hosting a panel featuring five successful Latino/as, titled "Insights from Latino Leadership" at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.