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TSTC to hold September 11th moment of silence

Texas State Technical College along with the Student Government Association will be holding a 9/11 moment of silence tomorrow.

City of Brownsville to host SpaceX celebration event

The City of Brownsville will be hosting a SpaceX celebration event this September. The event is scheduled for Monday, September 22nd at the Brownsville Sports Park from 5:30-8 p.m. and open to the public.

Mission Police searching for home invasion suspects

Mission Police are on the hunt for four armed suspects connected to a home invasion, on the 3700 block of San Roman.

Hidalgo County Sheriff investigators attempting to identify drowning victim

Hidalgo County authorities are working with the Mexican consulate to identify the body of man who drowned in a canal.

Four arrested in burglary of Quick Run store

Harlingen police arrested four people in the act of burglarizing a drive thru store.

VMHS senior named semifinalist in 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program

Veterans Memorial High School senior, Darius Davis has been named as a semifinalist in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.

Customers chase down and detain man accused of stealing money from cash register

Two customers checking out  at a local grocery store became involved in chasing down and detaining a man accused of stealing money.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Wednesday will be beautiful and mostly sunny with highs of 94 in the Lower Valley, 99 in the Upper. The SE winds will range from 10-25 mph. Thursday will start out sunny but turn mostly cloudy late day.

I-69 temporarily narrowed to two lanes

Construction work on I-69 near Rancho Viejo is getting serious. Today, contractors squeezed the six lane road down to only two lanes - one northbound and one southbound.

Shortage of local ambulances causes concern

"Our concern is that the city has outgrown the EMS system," said Brownsville Firefighters Association president Carlos Elizondo.