A regional investment firm, Goldstein Financial, LLC of South Padre Island, will build a $20 million six-story Embassy Suites hotel at McAllen’s Convention Center complex on after receiving franchise approval from Hilton Worldwide.
Two men are facing jail time after authorities say they smuggled drugs and people across the border.
Police say Derek Medina in the gray shirt was pulled over with nearly 700 pounds of marijuana in his car.
By U.S. Attonrey's Office Southern District of Texas
Reynaldo Gonzalez, 37, has been arrested following the return of a 13-count federal indictment charging wire fraud, aggravated identity theft and making false statements to federal agents, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.
By U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced $2 million in grants to stimulate job growth and business opportunities in chronically underserved rural areas along the U.S.-Mexico border region.
The City of McAllen has received ‘AA+’ credit rating assigned by Fitch Ratings for the $45 million limited tax bonds the city was seeking to build the performing arts facility, sports complex, park and street improvements and pay is
Ivan Cabrera and Michael Ayala, both of Edinburg, and Mexican National Maria Isabel Rivera-Castillo have been sentenced to federal prison as a result of their convictions for smuggling undocumented aliens, announced United States Attorney Kenne
McAllen police arrested a man they believe is connected to the downtown shooting that happened on 17th street.
Authorities arrested Jason Clement Garces on Monday on charges of criminal attempted murder and assault.
Mexican nationals Gregorio Rodriguez-Aranda, 25, and Maria Luisa Sanchez-Lopez, 24, have been sentenced following their convictions relating to the exportation of 707 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition and 98 AK-47 magazines, announced United States A