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Tamaulipas has new plan to restore peace and order

Today--the Mexican state of Tamaulipas has a new plan in place to restore peace and order to their border cities of Matamoros and Reynosa.

Border Patrol agents seize $1.2 million in marijuana

The Border Patrol Agency seized more than $1 million dollars worth of marijuana in multiple seizures.

Woman charged with criminal mischief after damaging pool table

A Harlingen woman is arrested after she damaged a pool table at a local bar.

UT System Board of Regents approves images for the UTRGV Vaqueros

The University of Texas System Board of Regents unanimously approved the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV) Department of Intercollegiate Athletics logos, word marks and specific colors at their meeting on Thursday, Feb. 12.

UTPA students unite to offer ‘My Two Cents’

Today, thousands of millennials on 49 college campuses across the country, including the University of Texas Pan American, are joining forces for My Two Cents Day, a first-of-its-kind nationwide day of mobilization to raise awareness about Amer

NASA astronaut Michael Fossum visits Marine Military Academy

Valley hero and NASA astronaut Michael Fossum visited the Marine Military Academy campus the morning of Feb. 10. Fossum was accompanied by NASA research pilot and MMA alumnus Dick Smith, Class of 1988.

Brownsville man is arrested in connection with a cocaine seizure at the Los Indios Bridge

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Brownsville Port of Entry recently intercepted a load of alleged cocaine at the Free Trade Bridge at Los Indios.

Congressman Vela sends letter to Mexico’s Secretary of Interior

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Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Thursday will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered sprinkles. The cooler north winds will range from 10-30 mph. Highs will be 70 in the Lower Valley, 68 in the Upper.

A Little Reminder: It's Still Winter

Mother Nature is sending us a tiny little reminder that it is still WINTER until March 20.   The RGV and really most of Texas have been enjoying temperatures way above normal much of February.  Well, a mild cold front will push t

BORSTAR training day: 12 water rescues this fiscal year so far

When it comes to search and rescue, there are 17 BORSTAR Agents here in the valley that handle every area from the brush, to the air, to K-9 units. One of the more challenging portions, is the Swift Water Rescue.

BORSTAR training day: 12 water rescues this fiscal year so far

When it comes to search and rescue, there are 17 BORSTAR Agents here in the valley that handle every area from the brush, to the air, to K-9 units. One of the more challenging portions, is the Swift Water Rescue.

Mexican government searches solution to cartel violence

Around 5 p.m. Wednesday all levels of the Mexican government and military came together in Matamoros ... searching for a solution to the cartel violence that is ravaging the city ... And the border state of Tamaulipas.

Local restaurant does its part to help National Guard troops on the border

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick announced Tuesday, that 12 million dollars worth of state cash will keep national guard troops in the valley through the end of May.

Tenured SWA employees honored at VIA 40th anniversary

"I started 7/3/75," said Valley International Airport (VIA) Southwest Airlines Customer Service Agent Sunshine Wagner.