Harlingen

Harlingen asks residents to stop dumping furniture

"Keep Harlingen Beautiful:" It's been the model for years, and the city is trying its best to uphold it.

Harlingen's economy continues to grow

This year, Harlingen raked in $381,000 more than last year - this all according to the Texas Comptroller's Office report.

Two arrested for burglary of A/C unit from church

Harlingen police arrested two men on burglary charges after a A/C unit is stolen from a local church.

Harlingen man arrested for discharging firearm

Harlingen police arrested a man for firing his weapon after he called 911 reporting that several people were attempting to steal his boat.

Purse thief caught after answering victim's phone

Harlingen police arrested a woman, accused of stealing a purse, after she answered the victim's cell phone and implicated herself in the crime.

City of Harlingen to host grand opening for new dog park

A special outdoor facility in Harlingen designed for dogs and their owners will celebrate its grand opening in Victor Park at 1:30 p.m. Friday, June 20, 2014.

Dr. Bobby Muniz sworn in as HCISD Board of Trustee

On June 10, Dr. Bobby Muniz was officially sworn in as a member of the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees during their regular meeting.

Patient becomes first in Valley to receive new heart implant device

"I feel blessed," said Harlingen Medical Center patient Maria Eva Conde. Those simple words describe the reaction of 69-year-old Maria Eva Conde of San Benito.

Teen and juvenile arrested in theft of spray paint cans

Harlingen police arrested two individuals involved in the theft of spray paint cans. On Wednesday, June 4th at around 9 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 900 block of W. Hanson Street on a theft in progress.

City of Harlingen preparing to implement a smoking ban ordinance

It's a controversial topic that's not going away, Na'Tassia Finley reports the Harlingen smoking ban has everyone weighing in.

City of Harlingen begins smoking ordinance notice process

City of Harlingen personnel are notifying the public about details and the upcoming implementation of amendments to the non-smoking ordinance that will take effect July 1.

Woman accused of robbing over $8 of merchandise handed $50,000 bond

A La Feria woman, arrested for robbing over $8 of merchandise, is handed a $50,000 bond to get out of jail. On Tuesday, June 3rd, Harlingen police were dispatched to a Walmart store in reference to a theft.

Display of weapon at restaurant during argument leads to arrest

Harlingen police arrested two men after one of them displayed a weapon during an argument with an employee at a local restaurant.

FBI launches national campaign to address laser threat to aircraft

The FBI today announced a national campaign to deter people from pointing lasers at aircraft, a federal violation which presents danger to pilots, passengers and those on the ground.