New HIV testing making history in the Valley

In recognition of National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, the Valley AIDS Council is making history in HIV testing.

McAllen police searching for second suspect in aggravated assault case

McAllen police are searching for a second suspect wanted in aggravated assault that left the victim with a non-life threatening injury.

Health conference discusses contemporary issue on both sides of the border

At the 3rd annual HIDA-REY Public Health Conference, which was held on Wednesday, where health officials from both sides of the border gathered to discuss contemporary issues affecting patients.

Hope for fertility after cancer

"I still have that hope.  I still have faith that I will be able to become a parent."

Texas Land Commissioner campaigns in the Valley for Lieutenant Governor

The Texas Land Commissioner is headed back to Austin after visiting the Valley to campaign for Lieutenant Governor.

STC Bi-national Innovation Conference highlights economic boom for the Valley

Bridging the Latin American Pacific coast with the U.S.

South Texas College 8th annual "A Night with the Stars"

Support high-achieving students from South Texas College while enjoying a star-studded evening of dining and entertainment during the 8th Annual “A Night with the Stars” Valley Scholars fundraiser.

99 cent TVs offered for store grand opening

Some Valley residents are braving the high temperatures today in anticipation of getting a new TV for an extremely low price.

Disturbing details from deadly wreck

The probable cause statement from McAllen PD reveals details from the fatal car accident that happened on State Highway 107 off 29th Street early Sunday morning.

Former McAllen gum factory to get Texas Historical marker

The Hidalgo County Historical Commission, McAllen Historic Preservation Council and the City of McAllen will host a dedication ceremony honoring the Paris Gum Factory with a Texas Historical Marker and a City Landmark Marker, Friday October 11,

McAllen man charged in deadly auto accident

An upper Valley man is facing three felony charges after a fatal accident in McAllen on Sunday.

City of McAllen launches McAllen 311 app

McAllen officials are pleased to launch McAllen 311, the official civic engagement tool allowing residents to stay in touch with the City.

Pharr man sentenced to prison for straw purchases

A Pharr man has been sentenced to prison for his involvement in several straw purchases of firearms. On Monday, September 30th a U.S. District Judge sentenced Christopher Bryan Santos, 21, to over four years in federal prison.

Bomb threat locks down school

Another scare at a valley high school this morning when a bomb threat was reported at McAllen Memorial high school.

McAllen Miller Airport awarded U.S Department of Transportation grant

Congressman Rubén Hinojosa (D-TX-15) announced the McAllen-Miller International Airport was awarded a Small Community Air Service Development grant of $750,000 by the U.S. Department of Transportation.