McAllen

Veterans day: A time to remember and teach

Remembering, honoring and teaching. People gathered at the Veteran's War Memorial in McAllen Tuesday to celebrate veterans.

UTPA recognized nationally for having a top online MBA program

The University of Texas-Pan American's online MBA program ranks among the top in the nation according to an analysis published Nov.

Magic Valley employees donate to Driscoll Children's Hospital

For more than 60 years, Driscoll Children's Hospital has been helping little ones in South Texas. Friday, the hospital got some help from Magic Valley.

Touchstone Communities to over see McAllen’s Alfredo Gonzalez TX State Veterans Home

Jerry Patterson, chairman of the Texas Veterans Land Board, announced today that Touchstone Communities has been selected to administer Texas State Veterans Homes in El Paso, McAllen and Big Spring.

Spring 2015 registration opens at South Texas College

Future and current students are encouraged to register now for the spring 2015 semester at South Texas College. Classes are set to start on January 20.

McAllen mayor spearheads development trip to South Korea

Mayor Jim Darling and McAllen Economic Development Corporation officials will travel next week to the Republic of South Korea to meet with business leaders, manufacturers and participate in a global innovation forum.  

Man found dead in McAllen has ties to possible abduction from Pharr

A new wrinkle in a homicide investigation out of rural McAllen, shows ties to a possible abduction in Pharr, last week.

Body found in trash bag in rural McAllen

The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide, after a body was found by a county employee, Tuesday morning.

Three siblings found dead in Mexico, laid to rest

The Alvarado family is still reeling Monday, after saying their final goodbyes to Erika, Jose Angel, and Alex Alvarado yesterday. The siblings were buried Sunday in Mexico, the last place they were seen alive.

McAllen Firefighters join in on Cancer Awareness month

Cancer Awareness Month is not yet over and the McAllen Firefighters Association got in on the support before it ends.

Bodies found in Matamoros confirmed to be missing American siblings

A Progreso mother's worst nightmare just confirmed, her three children were among the four bodies discovered in Matamoros, Mexico on Wednesday.

D-Tronics ordered to forfeit $1.3 million to IRS for violating cash reporting requirements

The Department of Justice has ordered D-Tronics to forfeit more than $1.3 million dollars for failing to report that amount in cash transactions to the Internal Revenue Service.

McAllen electronics company ordered to pay up 1.3 million for breaking law

D-Tronics a McAllen based electronics company was sentenced in Federal court Wednesday for failing to file an IRS form documenting the cash the company had coming in.