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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.

2014 Ultimate Football Guide

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City of McAllen unveils new Park n Ride location

Getting around in Downtown McAllen just got easier as the city unveiled the new Park n Ride location on Bicentennial on Wednesday morning.

$626K in federal funds for healthcare navigators for Starr and Hidalgo counties

Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX28) announced that MHP Salud, has been awarded over $626,180 in federal Navigator grants from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to serve Hidalgo and Starr Counties and the Rio Grande Valley.

Today's Weather Forecast

VALLEY FORECAST: Thursday will start out sunny but turn more and more cloudy as the day goes on. We'll have a slight chance of a few drops Thursday night. Highs will climb to 95 in the Lower Valley, 100 in the Upper.

Tropical Update: New Threat to Gulf?

A tropical convective mass sits over the Bahamas.  It has a 10% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone within the next 48 hours, according to the National Hurricane Center.  What makes the area of concern interesting is that lon

Brownsville's only vinyl record store attracts younger crowd

 "I like music," said Juan's Music & Collectibles owner Juan Garcia. "I always liked music and I always love to listen to music so that's why I opened it...a record to me in a good stereo sounds better."

First hand look at a group of armed Americans patrolling the border

A controversial group of citizens have been patrolling the border for the last 3 months. Their mission is to deter illegal immigrants from crossing the border. They call themselves 'The Patriots'.

Brownsville's health officials' continuing battle with mosquitos

The Rio Grande Valley has seen rain in the last few weeks.

Sea Turtle Inc. to break ground in 2015

On Sept. 4 the staff at Sea Turtle, Inc. was awarded a grant by the Shelton Family Foundation for $30,000 to build the acrylic tank in the new Educational Center.

TSTC to hold September 11th moment of silence

Texas State Technical College along with the Student Government Association will be holding a 9/11 moment of silence tomorrow.