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Three suspects wanted in aggravated robbery

Pharr police are searching for three suspects involved in a aggravated robbery.

PSJA North lifter signs college letter

Cristal Cabral of PSJA North High School is officially going to the University of Houston Downtown on a powerlifting scholarship. Cabral is a two-time state champion. 

$2 million in marijuana, hidden in frozen puree, seized by CBP

Custom and Border Protection officers seized over $2 million on marijuana from a shipment of frozen fruit puree at the Pharr/Reynosa port of entry.

Pharr elementary students science experiment to be tested on space station

Two PSJA elementary students will be presenting their experiment at the National Earth and Space Science Education Conference and are asking for the public's help.

Pharr police investigating pawn shop robbery

Pharr police are searching for a suspect accused of pointing a weapon at a clerk and robbing a pawn shop.

City of Pharr breaks ground on produce park

The City of Pharr is hoping to change the game when it comes to fresh produce. City leaders broke ground on Wednesday, May 29, on what they are calling the Produce Park.

San Juan Police raid pair of stash houses

Hundreds of undocumented immigrants are in custody after San Juan Police raided a pair of stash houses.  

Motorcyclist killed in Pharr accident

Pharr police are investigating a deadly accident that took the life of a motorcyclist on Monday.

Pharr throws first annual Public Works Week celebration

Pharr was the only city in the Valley to put together a celebration for National Public Works Week. The first annual public works event was designed to honor citizens who have poured sweat, blood and tears into serving others.

Drug cartel leaves threatening message at San Juan home

A San Juan family is relocated after a threatening sign was left at their home.

Immigrant raid in San Juan nets 48

Four dozen people are in custody after three police agencies raided a home in San Juan.  Border patrol, the Alamo and San Juan police departments took part in the immigration raid on Lily Drive this afternoon.  

Couple wanted by Pharr police in credit card abuse case

Pharr police are searching for a couple involved the burglary of a purse and then using the victim's information to withdrawl money from her bank.

Three PSJA students selected as Gates Millennium Scholars

Three PSJA ISD students have been selected to receive the Gates Millennium Scholars. The three students are PSJA Memorial Senior Jacqueline Zarate and PSJA North Seniors Edgar Alaniz and Jose Cirilo.

Cesar Chavez Elementary 5th graders to attend NASA workshop

Two elementary 5 graders will be attending a NASA workshop to test their underwater rover.

PSJA Memorial junior wins State Medal in visual art competition

A PSJA Memorial high school student won a State Medal at the State Visual Scholastic Competition.