We're ABOVE NORMAL on Rainfall!... for the moment.

Get the party horns and the confetti ready!!  For the first time all year, Brownsville is ABOVE NORMAL on year-to-date rainfall.  As of Monday night, Brownsville received 18.03 inches for the year, 8.52 inches for the month of Septemb

"King" fire forces evacuations

(KCRA) More than a thousand residents of California's El Dorado County have been forced from their homes by the massive "King" wildfire burning near Pollock Pines.

Rolling out the blues

Pianist and crew tow piano entire length of the Mississippi River by bicycle, performing along the way to promote arts & athletics. Lindsey Seavert reports.

Front porch python surprise

(KARK) A Little Rock, Arkansas family had an unwanted visitor on its front porch and it wasn't a solicitor. It was a 5-foot-long snake.

Wildfire engulfs homes

(KSEE) California's "Courtney" wildfire has destroyed several homes near Bass Lake as crews continue their work to contain the blaze.

The ISIS strategy

A new NBC poll shows Americans are behind President Obama's plan to defeat ISIS, but they're skeptical that it will work. Tracie Potts reports.

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's segment of "Pet of the Week", we're introducing you to two pups named Spot and McFly.

Officials will consecrete altar at reopening of local church

For more than a year now, the congregation of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral has had to attend mass across the street in another building.

Weekend: 84 accidents reported in Brownsville, 1 fatality in Harlingen

Heavy rain and slippery roads caused several accidents over the weekend. Harlingen police are still working to determine the exact cause of a single vehicle accident that resulted in a fatality last night.

Local clinic disaffiliates with Planned Parenthood

When the new week kicked off Monday, so did a new era at 619 Hackberry in McAllen. What once was the Planned Parenthood Association of Hidalgo County, is now Access Esperanza Clinics.