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Woman charged in two incidents of stealing fajita packages from local store

A Harlingen woman was charged in two separate incidents involving the theft of several packages of fajita meat.

Arrest warrants issued for three women WANTED on criminal charges

San Benito detectives are asking for the public's help in locating three women wanted on criminal charges.

City of Brownsville to host public hearing on Lincoln Park relocation plans

The City of Brownsville (City) and The University of Texas System (UTS) will outline plans for the relocation of Lincoln Park at a public hearing at 6 p.m. Thursday, October 30, at Tony Gonzalez Park.

6 adults arrested for fighting in the bleachers at a local JV football game

San Benito police arrested six men for being involved in fight at a local JV football game.

Precautionary recall on select H-E-B ground beef products

H-E-B, committed to ensuring the safety of its products, is adhering to the precautionary product recall by Sam Kane Beef Processors, LLC of select H-E-B ground chuck and ground beef items processed by the company due to the possibility of fore

Today's Weather Forecast

Today Isolated showers after 7am. Partly sunny, with a high near 89. South southeast wind 5 to 10 mph increasing to 11 to 16 mph in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 20%.

Rain chances for the Valley

Tuesday looks to be marked by a strong high pressure system building to the west leading to dry weather for the next couple of days. 

Angie's list kids vision and technology

From the moment they wake up, kids are surrounded by screens.

Cooler for Sandcastle Days!

I CAN make a sandcastle, but it usually looks like a pyramid that melted.  If you've got a little talent for making sandcastles, or maybe you just love to see the beautiful, elaborate creations that most of us cannot possibly make, the

LaJoya schools unite against bullying

October 6, LaJoya ISD will host 6 thousand community members and students for the second annual Anti-Bully Rally at LISD stadium.

Community Health Centers in the Valley in danger of closing

Community Health Centers in the Rio Grande Valley are in danger of having 70% of federal funds cut.

"Fighting fire with fire" during Domestic Violence Awareness month

It’s day three of Domestic Violence Awareness month. One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.

Water main break causes water loss for 750 residents

It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Last night around midnight, word got out about water buildup on Jaime Zapata Ave., which turned out to be caused by a water main break.

Hidalgo Co. looking for local Rosie the Riveters

"when the war broke out, I was in Falfurrias," said Angelica Garcia, a local Rosie the Riveter. "it was kind of scary. People were getting drafted," recalled Illa Vance, another Riveter.