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McAllen Commissioner Scott Crane passes away

Three-term District 1 Commissioner Scott C. Crane, an ardent community leader dedicated to the City, passed away Sunday afternoon after suffering a heart attack. He was 50 years old.

Today's Weather Forecast

Today Patchy fog before 8am. Otherwise, partly sunny, with a high near 80. South wind 7 to 13 mph.

If You Must Protect a Plant in a Freeze, Cloth or Plastic?

I realize temperatures this December have been around 3 to 5 degrees above normal most of the month, so the last thing on our minds when it's 78 degrees outside is:  "How can I protect my precious Oriental Hibiscus from a freeze??

Shoppers beware, avoid being a victim in the parking lot

A woman in Harlingen was shaken up after an attempted robbery at Walmart last week. \ Harlingen Police say the victim screamed and struggled with the suspect who was trying to get her purse, before he let go and got away.

BBVA Compass Bank brings toys & finance education to Putegnat

BBVA Compass brought project Blue Elf to a first grade classroom at Brownsville's Putegnat Elementary school for the first time.

Suspects arrested in HCSO multiple raids set to appear in court

Investigators say a series of five drive by shootings within a 24 hour period on December 1st, lead them to South Tower Estates South of Alamo, on Thursday.

Police discover narcotics while serving arrest warrant

Pharr Police were on the 6800 block of South Blanca to arrest Lee Roy Huerta on Thursday evening. As they were executing the arrest warrant, officers spotted Dereck Medina run inside the home.

CBP seizes $1.2 million in cocaine at Hidalgo International Bridge

Hidalgo County Customs and Border Protection officials arrested a 24-year-old Alamo woman for traveling with $1,215,000 in cocaine.

Cameron County Sheriff's Office sponsors Christmas toy drive

The Cameron County Sheriff's Department is making Christmas a little brighter for underprivileged children in Brownsville, by sponsoring their annual toy drive.

Spa owner sentenced to federal prison for unsafe botox injections

The Hidalgo spa owner who pleaded guilty to injecting her clients with liquid silicone not approved by the FDA is sentenced to 3 years in federal prison.

Spa owner sentenced to federal prison for unsafe botox injections

The Hidalgo spa owner who pleaded guilty to injecting her clients with liquid silicone not approved by the FDA is sentenced to 3 years in federal prison.

Woman arrested for theft of Bluetooth speakers

A woman is arrested for theft after being seen opening packages containing audio speakers.

Hidalgo County deputies arrest Boost Mobile burglar

Hidalgo County deputies have arrested the suspect wanted in connection to several burglaries of one store.

San Benito CISD names new Superintendent of schools

The San Benito CISD has named a new superintendent of schools for the district. School District Board of Trustees unanimously hired Dr. Marc Puig as Superintendent of Schools who has vast experience in the educational system.

Mission HS first in the state to offer a dual enrollment Mexican-American Studies course

You would never know it by the unassuming, one-sentence course description in the curriculum bulletin for this school year, but the Dual-Enrollment Mexican-American Studies class started this year at Mission High School (MHS) is actually making