Honduran Foreign Minister, Rep. Cuellar visit Valley to discuss border crisis

With seemingly no end in sight to the ongoing humanitarian crisis at our border, the Honduran Foreign Minister is in the Valley today along with Congressman Henry Cuellar to discuss what the country of Honduras is doing to stop the influx of im

Hostage taking sends four Mexican nationals to prison

Four Mexican nationals, who kidnapped a group of foreign nationals who had been smuggled into the U.S. by another smuggling group, have been sentenced to lengthy federal prison terms, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

McAllen convenience store robber identified

McAllen Police have identified the suspect wanted in two gas station robberies, and now they need your help tracking him down. Officials say 28-year-old Joel De Leon Cuevas is the man involved in two robberies this week.

McAllen ISD first day of classes

The first day of classes for students in McAllen ISD will be Monday, August 25. Here are the start and end times for McAllen ISD schools:

STC signs agreement with Universidad Tecnológica de Gutiérrez Zamora of Veracruz

On the heels of the signing of Mexico’s energy reform legislation by Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto, South Texas College and the Universidad Tecnológica de Gutiérrez Zamora of the Mexican state of Veracruz signe

City of McAllen to host Back to School Fair

McAllen Police Department, City of McAllen and McAllen ISD will be having a Back to School Fair FREE for the community including immunizations, health screenings, school supplies (while supplies last) on Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 from 3pm to

Border Patrol ready to evacuate detainees in case of hurricane

In the event of a hurricane making its way to the Valley, the RGV Border Patrol Sector has a plan of action in place.

Police asking for public's help in identifying La Plaza Mall robbery suspects

McAllen police are searching for two robbery suspects who are accused of assaulting a mall security officer before escaping. Police responded to La Plaza Mall on Tuesday afternoon in reference to a robbery.

McAllen Crime Stoppers to host 'Viva McAllen Streets' event

McAllen Crime Stoppers is hosting a community event to promote healthy living and also to raise funds for their program. On Saturday, McAllen Crime Stoppers will host their second annual 'Viva McAllen Streets' event.

McAllen police arrest one suspect, search for two more in homicide investigation

McAllen Police are revealing new details about a homicide investigation that sparked from a body found inside a burning vehicle on July 21.

All-terrain vehicles prove to be significant resource for Border Patrol

With more than 300 river miles in the RGV Sector to patrol, the mission to secure the U.S. border is no simple task for Border Patrol agents.

Two men convicted of distributing methamphetamine

Francisco Calderon, 27, and Jorge Alejandro Galvan-Ibarra, 30, have entered a guilty plea to possession with intent to distribute more than one kilogram of methamphetamine, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Edcouch woman pleads guilty to embezzling more than $90K from halfway house

Ofelia Alvarado Vallejo, 44, of Elsa, has admitted to embezzling more than $90,000 from the Mid Valley House Residential Reentry Center when she worked there as an administrative assistant, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

McAllen police issue arrest warrant for suspect in murder investigation

McAllen police are searching for a suspect believed to be involved in the murder of Ryan Tyler Sewell.

Religious leaders visit new processing center for unaccompanied immigrant children

National and state Southern Baptist leaders as well as the Catholic Bishop of Brownsville were in McAllen to get a first hand look at the local response to the border crisis, Alex Stockwell shares their reaction after visiting a processing cent