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Drought conditions in the Valley improve

The drought conditions in the Valley has been improving since May of this year. The National Weather Service released a report where they say things are looking up for South Texas.

The Hurricane Center has a Blog Too???

Are you as excited about tropical weather as I am?  Well, my friends, since the Valley will be enjoying partly cloudy skies with highs of 94 in the Lower Valley, 98 in the Upper, and since the RGV will only have a few scattered showers on

One arrest may have solved multiple crimes

A string of criminal activity in the valley may have been solved by arresting one man, according to Cameron County Sheriff's office.

Suspect in custody for murder of McAllen woman

McAllen police have arrested a man in connection to the murder of a woman earlier this week. Simon Hernandez is charged with the murder of 43-year-old Maria Magdalena Cruz.

Congressmen tour Border Patrol facility as part of recent wave of politicians visiting the Valley

Amid the crisis at the border, waves of politicians are flooding to the Valley to witness the impact of the high influx of immigrants.

Harlingen prepares for Freedom Fest next weekend

It's the weekend before the Fourth, and the City of Harlingen is preparing for America's independence with its own "Freedom Fest".

Valley recognizes National HIV Testing Day

Today is National HIV Testing Day, and the only AIDS organization in the Valley is encouraging the community to find out their status.

Cracker Barrel opens in Harlingen

Cracker Barrel opened its doors in Harlingen to close family and friends today. The official opening to the public is not until Monday.

TX Attorney General Abbott meets with CBP officials in Hidalgo County

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today traveled to Hidalgo County, where he participated in a border security briefing with U.S.

Man sentenced to 50 years in prison for aggravated assault

A jury in the 357th state District Court sentenced Brownsville resident Victor Manuel Hernandez today to 50 years for a May 2012 aggravated assault with a weapon.

Fire hydrant replacements to cause water interruptions

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will replace water hydrants during the week of June 30, which will cause temporary water interruptions for some BPUB customers.

Suspect in woman's murder handed $1 million dollar bond

McAllen police have arrested a man believed to be involved in the murder of a woman. On Sunday, June 22nd at approximately 3:15 p.m. police and EMS were called to home located at 2120 West Gumwood Avenue.

Operation Bishop raids two arcades in Harlingen and one in La Feria

Operation Bishop investigators raided two Harlingen arcades and one La Feria arcade Thursday night, and forfeiture of real property involved will be sought.

Investigation leads to mother's arrest after infant is found inside water filled bathtub

Harlingen police arrested a young mother for child endangerment  after she found her infant inside a bathtub full of water.