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TxDOT announces lane closures of I69/US 281 Expressway in Edinburg

Weather permitting, Valley Infrastructure, Inc., a TxDOT Contractor, will be performing concrete traffic barrier repair work on the center barrier of the I69C/US 281 main lanes north of FM 2128.

RGV nonprofits to host 5th Annual MLK Day at Cine El Rey

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life's most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing for others?’” This Monday, January 19, 2015 is the 5th Annual Martin Luther King Jr.

Closure of Westbound Frontage Interstate 2/US 83 in Mission

The Texas Department of Transportation will be closing the westbound frontage road of I2/US83 between US Business 83 (Inspiration Road off ramp) and Los Ebanos Rd.

Hidalgo County Commissioner to provide Colonia Cleanup on MLK Day

Precinct 2 Commissioner Eduardo “Eddie” Cantu will work with community volunteers to commemorate the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Harlingen man found guilty of sexual assault of a child sentenced to 10 years in prison

A jury in the 103rd state District Court found Harlingen man Juan Gonzalez Jr. guilty of two counts of sexual assault of a child committed in January 2011. He was sentenced to 10 years on each count in prison to run consecutively.

South Texas hospitals partner with South Texas College for Nursing Mentorship Program

South Texas hospitals are partnering with South Texas College (STC) to prepare and train registered nurses to serve as mentors, known as preceptors, to nursing students using a $146,487 Workforce Investment Act (WIA) statewide grant from the Te

City seeks volunteers for Point-in-Time Homeless Count

The City of Brownsville’s Office of Grant Management and Community Development is asking for volunteers to assist with the Point-in-Time count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless persons on a single night in January.

Today's Weather Forecast

M.L.King Day Patchy fog before 8am. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a high near 73. Calm wind becoming south southeast 5 to 7 mph in the afternoon.

Winter skin care tips

It may have been pretty warm this weekend but those cooler nights may have your skin feeling a little dry and sad.

Enjoy That Big Nuclear Furnace This Weekend

It was a true pleasure hitting 65 degrees in Brownsville on Friday.  McAllen made it to 67, the "hot" spot of the Valley on Friday.  This weekend, thanks to a turn in the winds which will come in FROM the southeast at 5-25 m

Border Patrol adds mesh to stop fence climbers

Earlier this week NewsCenter 23 saw crews adding some steel mesh to the top of the border fence in Brownsville.

Litter Endangers Marine Life, Respeta tu Playa to Hold Beach Cleanup

The tide comes in and the tide goes out, sometimes taking with it, trash. And once it's in the water marine life is potentially in danger, especially sea turtles. Sea Turtle Inc.

Litter Endangers Marine Life, Respeta tu Playa to Hold Beach Cleanup

The tide comes in and the tide goes out, sometimes taking with it, trash. And once it's in the water marine life is potentially in danger, especially sea turtles. Sea Turtle Inc.

San Benito schools go under lockdown following threatening calls

"My niece called me letting me know that there was a shooting here at miller jordan so i told my boss i was going to come and see who it was and i was worried for my grandson i was worried, i was really scared."

"Connie" glides past SPI Jetties to be dismantled at Port of Brownsville

For almost 42 years, the USS Constellation or "Connie" as it's known to many crew members was home to more than 100,000 men and women who served on the Navy Supercarrier.