McAllen

One arrested, two wanted in auto theft ring

McAllen police arrested one person and are searching for two other suspects believed to be involved in a auto theft ring.

Underprivileged children to receive new shoes

On Saturday, November 22, 2014 over 1,000 underprivileged children will be receiving a new pair of shoes at the 3rd Annual Feed N Fit Service Project at Our Lady Of Perpetual Help in McAllen.

Perez Elementary in need of supplies after fire

Students at Perez Elementary School in McAllen are back in class Tuesday. Classes were canceled Monday after vandals broke in and set fire to two classrooms, Sunday.

Police arrest teen attempting to rob a business using a toy gun

McAllen police arrested a teen who attempted to rob a business, without success, using a toy gun. On Friday, November 14th McAllen police responded to a aggravated robbery located on the 3300 block of Expressway Interstate 2.

McAllen Teen charged for robbing store with toy gun

McAllen Police say 18 year old Santos Francisco Garza has been charged with Aggravated Robbery.

Cuban handed prison sentence for importing crystal meth

Cuban national Alexander Lorenzo Gil-Cruz, 41, has been sentenced to an 11-year prison term following his convictions relating to the importation of crystal methamphetamine, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Classes at Perez Elementary cancelled after fire

An early morning fire lit by vandals Sunday, is causing students from Perez Elementary to stay home Monday.

UPDATE: Missing woman found

McAllen police are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing woman. On Wednesday, November 12th McAllen police made a missing person report of a young woman last seen around 6 p.m.

HEB to host annual Feast of Sharing Celebration in McAllen

At H-E-B, the holiday season is a time to bring friends, families and neighbors together and give special thanks to customers for their continued support.

Former Hidalgo deputy commander sentenced to 38 months in prison

A total of nine people have been ordered to federal prison for their roles in relation to a drug trafficking organization responsible for the distribution of thousands of kilograms of marijuana and hundreds of kilograms of cocaine, announced U.

Valley based online pet site facing charges from Attorney General

A McAllen based online pet shop and its operators are in hot water with the Attorney General.

Hidalgo County's Wanted Fugitive: Raul Garza

The Hidalgo County Sheirff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a wanted fugitive. Hidalgo County investigators are looking for Raul Garza, 49,  who is wanted for assault bodily injury charge.

STC continues high national rankings in awarding associate and bachelor degrees to Hispanics

Diverse Issues In Higher Education (Diverse), a newsmagazine focused on matters of access and opportunity for all in higher education, recently ranked South Texas College as No.