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PSJA North Early College High School principal finalist for state award

Linda Carrillo, PSJA North Early College High School Principal, was recently named a finalist for the Texas High School Principal of the Year award from the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP).

McAllen officer shot, investigators searching for suspect

A McAllen police officer has been treated and released from the hospital after being shot at while investigating a suspicious vehicle on the side of the road.

10 subjects flee back to Mexico leaving 500K in MJ behind

Rio Grande City Border Patrol agents were also busy over the weekend seizing 628 pounds of marijuana in Escobares. Agents patrolling near the river Saturday night saw 10 subjects walking northbound carrying large bundles.

Over $600K in marijuana seized in pickup truck

Border Patrol agents in Harlingen seized 764 pounds of marijuana in a pickup truck last week.

Mr. Amigo 2014 to be announced at Tuesday ceremony

The Mr. Amigo Association along with the Mexican Consulate in Brownsville, the American Consulate in Matamoros and the City of Brownsville would like to invite the public to the official unveiling of the Mr. Amigo 2014 honoree.

Dense fog advisory for the Valley

The National Weather Service in Brownsville has issued a dense fog advisory, which is in effect until 9 a.m. this morning.

Today's Weather Forecast

Today A 20 percent chance of showers after 11am. Areas of dense fog before 11am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 80. East southeast wind 6 to 11 mph.

Holiday shopping saving tips

If you are one step ahead of your holiday shopping by making sure to purchase gifts for your loved one son Black Friday, you are a total shopping pro!

Tips on Hanging Christmas lights

It's that time of year for Holiday Cheer. Thanksgiving has quickly come and gone, now its time to start bringing out those wonderful Christmas decorations.

Texas Weather is "NUTS"... Literally

As you look at this photo of me with all those peanut products, you're probably saying to yourself: "Yes, that picture IS filled with NUTS!"  (Ha, thanks!)  But if you look closer, you'll realize that all those peanu

Angie's List report: 5 red flags when picking a locksmith

It’s late at night. You’ve locked yourself out of your home or car and you’re starting to panic. You call the first locksmith you find online or in the phone book.

High traffic volume expected today and Sunday

The holidays are in full swing, and most people are trying to get that precious family time in before heading back on Sunday.

Black Friday shoppers continue into late hours

Black Friday shoppers are known for hitting the stores as early as last night into the early hours of the morning. But, many are still going after those sales into late afternoon and evening.

CBP officers find $259,700 in U.S. currency at Gateway port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers conducting outbound enforcement operations at the Brownsville Port of Entry seized $259,750 in bulk U.S. currency.

Black Friday shoppers breeze through lines

Around 7 AM Friday, things were laid back at Best Buy in North McAllen. The lines were not too long, the people in it we busy going over strategies to snag everything on their lists.