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Protest in Mexico shuts down Brownsville Veterans Bridge

Travelers wanting to go into Mexico through Brownsville's Veterans International Bridge were turned back for about two hours this afternoon.

Congressman Mike McCaul visits the Valley to discuss controversial border legislation

It was a three day trip documented by tweets and pictures from Congressman Michael McCaul. He along with 18 law makers from across the country hit three areas along the 2,000 mile stretch of the Mexico/ U.S.

Illegal immigrant sentenced for possession of a firearm

Emilio Padilla, 24, of Taumalipas, Mexico, two counts of being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson. A federal jury sitting in McAllen convicted Padilla on Oct.

Pet of the Week - Larry & Tina

On  this Monday's Pet of the Week, we are going to introduce you to two puppies from the Brownsville Animal Shelter who are looking for forever homes.

Tip leads to seizure of 55 pounds of meth

A tip to the HIDTA task force leads to seizure of methamphetamine and one man being arrested.

Edinburg city officials oppose more border fences and troops along the border

City of Edinburg officials are lining up and standing behind Congressman Filemon Vela's opposition to a new federal border security bill introduce by one Texas representative.

Traffic violation results in arrest for possession of controlled substance

A driver is arrested for possession after being pulled over by police for a traffic violation.

City of McAllen reminds property owners taxes due in February

The City of McAllen's Tax Office is reminding residents that property taxes will be due in the month of February. The deadline for residents to pay property taxes for 2014 has been extended to Monday, February 2nd.

Mission FFA student projects show well at RGV event

Mission FFA students attained outstanding results at this year’s Rio Grande Valley FFA District Livestock Show. Jody Sifuentes had the grand champion market lamb.

Three La Joya high school mariachi bands to compete in state competition

The La Joya ISD announced that three of it's high schools will be competing in the Mariachi state competition.

Warrant issued on suspect wanted in Mission home invasion case

The Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help with information on the whereabouts of a wanted suspect involved in a home invasion case.

Harlingen Mayor Boswell to present 'State of the City' Address

Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell will present his “State of the City” address on Friday, January 30, 2015. The annual address is hosted by the Rotary Club of Harlingen.

TxDOT announces complete closure of Northbound Business 83 at I2/US 83 Expressway

Weather permitting, J.D. Abrams, L.P., a TxDOT Contractor, will be performing bridge work on the I2/US 83 Expressway overpass on Monday, January 26, 2015.