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TX Attorney General takes action against Hidalgo County colonia development

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott charged two Hidalgo County developers with unlawfully subdividing and leasing residential lots in violation of state colonias prevention laws.

Woman charged after claiming ownership to missing wallet

San Juan police charged Orfelinda DeLeon with state felony theft yesterday after claiming that a lost wallet belonged to her.

Stolen truck recovered, used in Mexico as an armored vehicle

Thousands of Texas trucks are stolen and cross the border into Mexico yearly, most of them are never recovered, Na'Tassia Finley reports one truck was recovered and it's hardly looks the same.

Edinburg native posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor

An Edinburg native has his place in history, as he was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama on Tuesday. Edinburg native and Army Pvt. Pedro Cano was one of two dozen recipients to receive the Medal of Honor.

Police searching for suspect in theft of purse containing $5,000

San Juan police are expecting the suspect, in a purse theft case, to turn herself in to authorities.

McAllen EDC celebrates 26th anniversary

The 26th Anniversary of the McAllen Economic Development Corporation is looking ahead at the next 25 years for the city.

Today's Weather Forecast

Wednesday will start out sunny but end up mostly cloudy. The winds will be just a little lighter, out of the SE at 10-35 mph. Highs will climb to 81 in the Lower Valley, 84 in the Upper.

From "Green" Moon to Blood Moon

On Saint Patrick's Day, if you were up at sunrise, you saw a full moon.  (There's no such thing as a "Green" moon.  I just thought that would give us a wee chuckle for St. Paddy's.)

Pharr strikes down used car fee

The city of Pharr is not going forward with a controversial ordinance for used car dealerships.  

San Juan police officers using new body cameras

The San Juan Police Department is investing nearly $25,000 in a new part of their officers' uniforms.

Proposed Brownsville parking meter increase

The Brownsville City Commission has made another change to the plan to increase parking meter rates in the downtown area.

UTB students to complete mural by next week

Some UTB students decided to skip on the partying during spring break and instead help children. The City of Brownsville approached some UTB art students to paint a mural to make a children's playground a little more lively.

UPDATE: Power and traffic signals restored in Edinburg

UPDATE: as of 3:45 p.m. most of the power has been restored and traffic signals are working with the exception of the signal at Russell Road and Closner Blvd.

Police arrest man after complaint of exposing his genitalia

A Harlingen man has been arrested for exposing his genitals to a jogger at a local park. On Sunday, March 16th at around noon police were dispatched to Mckelvey Park in reference to man exposing himself to a female jogger.

Son arrested after being accused of body slamming his mother to the ground

San Benito police arrested a man for assaulting his mother and causing her to bleed. On Sunday, March 16th at around 1 a.m., police were called to the 400 block of Franklin Street in reference to a domestic disturbance.