Mission woman arrested for making false report on stolen vehicle

A Mission woman is in police custody after allegedly filing a false report about a carjacking. Officials say Clarissa Lopez reported her SUV stolen at gunpoint, but investigators later found out that she made it up.

HEB hosting two-week in-store campaign for healthy eating

If your New Year's resolution involves eating healthy and improving your diet, HEB wants to help you get on the right track.

Mission to host annual community health fair

The Greater Mission Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) in collaboration with Mission Regional Medical Center (MRMC), is gearing up for the upcoming 19th Annual Mission Community Health Fair at Sharyland High School Gymnasium.

Tips on protecting your home when traveling during the Holiday's

It's estimated that a home is broken into every fifteen seconds in the U.S. and the rate of home invasions goes up during the Holidays, Alex Stockwell explains ways that you can protect your home.

Mission CISD to begin handing out Chromebooks to students in January

Students at Mission Collegiate High School (MCHS) and freshmen at Mission High School (MHS), Veterans Memorial High School, and sixth graders at K. White Jr. High School. will receive brand new Chromebook computers in January.

Mission High School graduate honored as Exemplary Migrant Student

The salutatorian of Mission High School’s (MHS) class of 2013 has been honored as an Exemplary Migrant Student by the Texas Migrant Interstate Program.

Former police corporal arrested on theft charges

A former Mission Police Corporal has been arrested on two counts of theft state jail felony.

Young boy found sleeping under Mission water tower

A young boy is in Border Patrol custody after Mission police discovered him sleeping under a water tower by himself.

Police still searching for masked gunmen who invaded home

Mission Police are searching for three suspects wanted in an armed home invasion early this morning. It happened just before 2 a.m. this morning on the 3300 block of Anita Street at an apartment complex.

Mission Veterans Memorial students earn positions for All-Region Band

Eleven Veterans Memorial High School band students earned positions in the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) All-Region Band.

Charges against Mission church bells dropped

Charges filed against a Mission priest for allegedly ringing the church bells too loud have been dropped.

Consequence of concussions: the detrimental factors in football-related head injuries

More than one million concussions and other forms of mild traumatic brain injuries are reported each year.  But it's the word 'mild' that has neurologists worries that concussions aren't always taken as seriously as they sh

Congressman Cuellar to host health insurance workshop

On Saturday, November 16th, the Office of Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX28) will host a Health Insurance Community Workshop for residents of Hidalgo County.

Priest headed to court for loud church bells

An upper Valley priest is being called to court for allegedly ringing the church bells too loud.

35 acres to be added to World Birding Center Headquarters in Mission

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission at its regular meeting today in Austin approved the donation of 35 acres along the northeastern border of the Wo