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Edinburg carjacker sentenced to federal prison

Edinburg resident Stephen Santos, 28, has been sentenced to 108 months in federal prison for carjacking, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Santos pleaded guilty Oct.

Woman charged with theft of fajitas and chicken salad

Harlingen police have arrested a woman accused of concealing several food items and not paying for the merchandise.

Pharr police asking for public's help in identifying day care robbery suspects

Pharr police are on the hunt for a couple suspected of breaking into a day care.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Wednesday will be sunny with light breezes from the SE at 5-20 mph. Highs will pop up to 73 in the Lower Valley, 75 in the Upper.

"I Want to Know" - What are these on Boca Chica Beach?

In today's "I Want to Know' segment, 1,800 feet of pipe dumped on the sand at Boca Chica Beach. What is it for? Turns out, they were actually in the wrong spot.

United Blood Services gives free turkeys to donors

Just a little bit of relaxation, and a few pumps of blood later - you could be like one of these people, walking out of United Blood Services with a free Thanksgiving turkey.

More officers to patrol shopping centers on Black Friday

Black Friday is just around the corner, and authorities from the Brownsville Police Department are saying they're going to increase the number of officers in local shopping centers.

UTB's International students experience Thanksgiving

About a fourth of UTB’s more than 400 international students got to experience a traditional Thanksgiving meal at the Global Engagement Office’s 4th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon.

The City of Brownsville announces new Assistant City Manager

Brownsville City Manager Charlie Cabler announced Stephanie Reyes as the city's newest assistant city manager today.

CBP works to keep holiday traffic moving. Here's how you can help

During the holiday season, adjustments must be made to control the amount of traffic traveling across the border and checkpoints.

Two teens charged in multiple burglaries of businesses

Brownsville police arrested two 17 year-old men accused of burglarizing several businesses.

CBP arrest women attempting to smuggle cocaine strapped to their bodies

Officers with U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Hidalgo International Bridge arrested two adult females after discovering alleged cocaine concealed on their person.

Pharr Municipal Court initiating amnesty program on traffic tickets

The Pharr Municipal Court will be initiating a traffic ticket amnesty program for the month of December.