McAllen

Warehouse a "total loss" after suspected arson

Investigators suspect arson is the cause of a late-night fire in South McAllen.

McAllen police issue arrest warrant for woman in murder investigation

McAllen police officers investigating the murder on April 25, 2014 at the 3800 Block of S. M Street (west side alley) have located and seized one of the five suspect vehicles.

Shoney’s McAllen location offering Free All-American Burger™ to all veterans and troops on Memorial Day

Shoney’s®, America’s Dinner Table since 1947, will honor America’s fallen military members this Memorial Day (Monday, May 26, 2014) by serving a free All-American Burger™ to all veterans and active duty military memb

Team McAllen Cycling organizing Ride of Silence for May 21st

Team McAllen Cycling, a cycling group, is organizing the National Ride of Silence in McAllen, Pharr and Edinburg roadways on Wednesday, May 21st at 5:30 pm and wheels down at 6 pm.

Operation Interdependence kick-off event set for May 22

IBC Bank and the National Professional Hispanic Organization (NHPO) – RGV Chapter, along with other organizations like the Boys & Girls Club of McAllen, KURV, Texas Regional Bank, Socialife Magazine, STC Veteran Affairs, and the RGV P

Valley woman shares how genetic testing played a role in breast cancer diagnosis

When any type of cancer runs in the family, it's likely the case that a hereditary link is the culprit. For Susie Oliveira, there is a history of breast cancer in her family.

UPDATE: Elderly man located in Mexico, officials working to return him home

The McAllen Police Department continues to search for an elderly man who was reported missing on Tuesday.

Possession of multiple counterfeit credit cards leads to Federal indictment

A federal grand jury in McAllen has indicted Alfredo Alejandro Alvarez-Mendicuti, 35, of Mexico, for possessing 31 counterfeit credit cards with the intent to defraud, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Former deputy admits to money laundering

Robert Ricardo Maldonado, 49, of Weslaco, has entered a plea of guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

McAllen police investigating early morning robbery

McAllen police are working on a robbery investigation that may be connected to other incidents across the Valley.

Shortage of limes causing sour effect at the register

If you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a margarita or possibly a shot of tequila, it might be missing an essential ingredient.

Investigators seeking help from public in locating homicide suspect vehicles

A man and a woman are behind bars in connection to the deadly shooting that happened in McAllen last Friday.

Former lawmen ordered to federal prison

Five defendants, all former law enforcement officers, have been ordered to federal prison for their roles in a drug trafficking conspiracy, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Police arrest man for carrying prohibited weapon into federal building

McAllen Municipal Court Judge Kathleen Henley arraigned Ildelfonso Ortiz today at approximately 2:40 pm on the charge of Places Weapons Prohibited a Third Degree Felony and his bond is set at $1,000.00 dollars Personal Recognizance bond (P.R.)<

Alleged “Anonymous” computer hacker charged with 18 counts of cyberstalking

A federal grand jury has returned a second superseding indictment against Fidel Salinas, 27, of Donna, adding additional attempted computer-hacking charges and 18 counts of cyberstalking, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.