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City of Harlingen to host free car seat inspections to the public

When can I turn my baby’s car seat around to face forward? Has my child’s car seat been recalled due to safety concerns? Is my child’s car seat secured tightly enough?

TX Department of Public Safety releases border security trends, recent activity

The Texas Legislature has requested that the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) provide a publicly releasable summary of border incidents and a data report related to historical trends of crime along the Texas-Mexico border as well as curr

Harlingen to celebrate Mexico's Independence Day

The city of Harlingen will be hosting a 'Festival y Ceremonia Civica del Dia de la Independencia'  tomorrow, Saturday, September 13th.

Player of the Week: Port Isabel's Trey Mock, Alex de Los Santos and JJ Gonzalez

Newscenter23 and Chevy dealers have team up to bring you The Chevy High School Football Player of the week.

Spirit Trucking Company thanking truck drivers with perks

Showing some love to the men and women who haul it all. San Juan base Spirit Trucking Company is celebrating the job truck drivers do everyday by giving them more than a pat on the back.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Friday will be mostly cloudy to overcast with widely scattered t-showers. A low pressure disturbance moves over the RGV from the ocean and will bring the threat of locally heavy rainfall.

Sacred Heart calls for donations

The McAllen church has served as a hub for undocumented immigrants passing through the Valley. The church provides them with food, healthcare and clothing.

3,000 pound sculptures 'head'ing to South Padre Island

The Three Colossal Heads (Tres Cabezas Colosales) art display is heading out of Brownsville. They have been on the corner of 6th Street for the past two years but will now be displayed on South Padre Island.

Brownsville's Porter High School's JROTC holds 9/11 Memorial Service

13 years ago today tragic events shook the nation, the terrorist attack that took the lives of thousands. Today, we remember. Brownsville’s Porter High School’s JROTC made sure of it.

South Texas College remembers 9/11

"I saw firefighters running, and when you see firefighters running that's never a good thing," recalled Richard Stubbs, a Fire Academy teacher at South Texas College.

USS Saratoga set to arrive in Brownsville tomorrow

Tomorrow is a big day for the USS Saratoga. After it arrives at Esco Marine in the afternoon, it will be dismantled in a couple weeks. Many people are expected to be gathered at the jetties on South Padre Island in the morning.

West Nile virus death confirmed in Hidalgo County

Hidalgo County officials reported today that one elderly man has died from the West Nile virus.

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