Rio Grande City woman convicted for distribution of marijuana

A jury has convicted a Rio Grande City woman for conspiracy to possess and with intent to distribute marijuana.

Person of interest arrested in fatal hit and run investigation

McAllen police have arrested a person of interest in the fatal hit and run that happened on September 16th.

Valley resident celebrates 100th birthday

A centennial celebration is happening today for one upper Valley resident.

McAllen woman arrested for making false robbery report

McAllen police have arrested a woman accused of making a false report of a robbery. On Monday, September 23rd at around 2 p.m. a robbery was reported by Edna Lizbeth Gamez on the 1400 block of E. Ridge Road.

Gas leak causes residents to evacuate homes

Some residents in McAllen had to be evacuated this afternoon after a natural gas leak.

Overnight fire damages home

A house fire overnight causes severe damage to an upper Valley home. The fire broke out at approximately 11 p.m. on Sunday on the 5100 block of W. Sycamore in McAllen.

Six individuals sentenced to prison for drug conspiracy

Six individuals were sentenced to prison for their involvement in a marijuana and cocaine conspiracy.

Police asking for public's help in vehicle of interest in fatal auto pedestrian case

McAllen police are asking for the public's help in finding a vehicle of interest in a fatal auto pedestrian investigation that occurred on Monday.

McAllen eyes return of bowl game

McAllen officials are trying to bring a bowl game back to the Valley.  

STC Gateway to College program

A program at South Texas College is helping young adults graduate and get into college.

Fatal auto pedestrian accident claims one life

McAllen police are looking for the driver of a fatal hit and run auto pedestrian accident this morning.

Long time fugitive ordered to federal prison

Alexis Estevez-Alvarez, 46, of Havana, Cuba, has been sentenced to prison following his convictions of possession with intent to distribute marijuana and failure to appear, United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson announced today.

STC receives partnership for annual fundraiser

South Texas College (STC) is pleased to announce continued community support of their Valley Scholars Program having most recently received an Executive Sponsorship from Doctor’s Hospital at Renaissance (DHR) for their 8th Annual “A

Proposed private prison stirs controversy in McAllen

A proposed private prison prompted many McAllen residents to voice their concerns at a community hearing last night.  The mayor and other city officials listened as citizens expressed their opinions about the proposal.

Valley volunteers honor local firefighters

On the 12-year anniversary of September 11th, volunteers in the Valley are paying special tribute to local firefighters for their service.