Sam's Club opens in Harlingen

A crowd gathered in the Rio Grande Valley on Thursday, to get a look at the newest addition to the area. The first Sam's Club in Harlingen's history opened at 8 A.M.

Woman fakes seizure arrested for possession and public intoxication

Harlingen police arrested a couple for possession of a controlled substance after officers were called in regards to a disturbance.

Police arrest man after complaint of exposing his genitalia

A Harlingen man has been arrested for exposing his genitals to a jogger at a local park. On Sunday, March 16th at around noon police were dispatched to Mckelvey Park in reference to man exposing himself to a female jogger.

Mother, with child passenger, arrested for DWI

A Harlingen woman is arrested for allegedly driving while intoxicated while having her daughter as a passenger.

Valley's first miniature heart device implanted in first patient

Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen can now officially brag that it's the first and only hospital south of San Antonio to have a patient receive the first miniature heart monitoring device called "Reveal LINQ". 

Police charge man with burglary of Sunshine Motors

Harlingen police arrested a man who broke into the Sunshine Motors business and stealing over $5,000. On Wednesday, March 5th police were dispatched to Sunshine Motors, located at 2300 N. 77, in reference to a burglary.

Elderly man drowns after falling into Harlingen canal

An elderly man is pronounced dead after he was found in a canal south of Harlingen on Thursday afternoon. Harlingen firefighters were called to a canal just west of Rangerville Road near Rangerville Elementary around 12:30 p.m.

TX Department of Agriculture issues citrus greening quarantine for Harlingen

The Texas Department of Agriculture has issued a citrus greening quarantine for the City of Harlingen.

Upgraded Murder Charges

A man who police say beat another man with brass knuckles is now facing murder charges in Harlingen. 39-year-old Esequiel Martinez was originally arrested for the beating back in February.

Border Hispanics 30 percent more likely to die from stroke than Non Hispanics

Strokes: they're the fourth leading cause of death in the US. And here in the Rio Grande Valley, strokes and "brain attacks" are taking their toll on the Hispanic population.

TSTC hosts annual Spring Break Hookup Event

Texas State Technical College hosted its annual Spring Break Hookup Event today.

TSTC's drug-testing coasters designed to keep students safe

Spring break is right around the corner. And for many young college students, that means parties, concerts, and booze.

Assault charge now upgraded to murder

A Harlingen man, originally charged with assault, is now charged with murder after the victim died from their injuries.

Agents arrest 27 sex offenders; 15 gang members in February

U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector arrested 27 convicted sex offenders, who were illegally present in the United States, and 15 members of notorious street gangs throughout the month of February.

Local puppet show promotes healthy environment

Valley Proud Environmental Council sponsored "Captain Crab and the Beach Patrol Puppet Show" auditions, which took place in Harlingen this morning.