Hidalgo County Precinct 1: Sunrise Hill Park-Mile 11 N. and Mile 1 1/2 W., Mercedes, TX Sept.18- 1 PM to 5 PM Sept.19- 8 AM to 1 PM 6 bags per vehicle bring your own shovel Precinct 4: M Road Recovery Center- 1124 N. M Road, Edinburg,TX Sept. 18- 10 AM to 6 PM 6 […]
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An 11-year-old student from Mercedes ISD was detained and placed in juvenile detention after for showing harmful material during virtual class. Mercedes Chief of Police tells Fox News the incident was reported on September 4th. Click on video to view full story.
The Eli Jackson Church is a vital part of South Texas history. The owner of this place of worship and its adjacent cemetery says it is now in danger because of the border wall. Click on video to view full story.
The City of Laredo offered an opportunity for small business owners to apply for grants that would help them continue operating. Half of the applicants did not complete the required paperwork. Click on video to view full report.
On September 5th, authorities responded to a report of attempted suicide on the 5200 block of South Sugar Road. 31-year-old Christian Chastain was found unresponsive with a gunshot wound to the back of his head.His wife,35-year-old Lucinda Diaz, voluntarily provided her account of what led up to Chastain’s death. An autopsy on the victim showed […]
PSJA ISD just announced student athletes will be allowed to resume voluntary conditioning training starting next week. Students will have to submit a recent negative COVID-19 test as well as coaches and athletic trainers. This opportunity is available only for varsity athletes participating in football volleyball or cross country. Athletes will be required to wear […]
DPS troopers are investigating a crash that left one person dead in Weslaco this evening. Officials say a Silver Saturn was travelling north on Midway near Mile 5 Road at an unsafe speed at around 6:35 PM. Click on video to view full story.
College basketball is gearing up for the official start of the season. After uncertainties on whether the season would be played this winter, the NCAA announced November 25th as the first day Division One teams will be allowed to compete again. Now, the return of college basketball during the pandemic does not come easy. Official […]
One of the over 400 patients in this trial shares his experience participating in this research. The trial for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will last for about two years. Click on video to view full story.
Laredo Health Authority Dr. Victor Treviño says the safety measures in place have proven effective in slowing the spread of COVID-19. Click on video to view full story.
Mission CISD announced sports is returning for varsity teams this fall. However students can expect changes such as limited fans in the stands. Student athletes for varsity teams will be playing during the fall season this year after all. District officials announced the decision to allow the return of student athletes for varsity sports beginning […]
Deputy Chief Raul Ortiz told Fox News the South Texas region is the area with the highest threat in the United States. Tactic groups from the U.S. Department of Defense were deployed to our border a few weeks back.
The threat came just one day before the 19th anniversary of the Queen Isabella Causeway collapse. The Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office received the call around 8 PM Monday.
City council members approved removing the curfew for adults and extra measures to ensure bars and restaurants are operating safely.
Two men have been sentenced to federal prison following their convictions of being previously convicted felons in possession of a firearm, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick. Benny Guadalupe Garcia, 34, Weslaco, and Rodolfo Rodriguez Jr., 26, Edinburg, pleaded guilty Jan. 30, and Jan. 21, respectively. Today, U.S. District Judge Randy Crane sentenced Garcia to […]
September 11 is a tragic day that changed the course of U.S. history. Although 19 years have passed, this day remains fresh in the mind of the UTRGV Men’s Basketball Head Coach’s wife, Renee Hill who lived through the events herself in New York City.
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According to Councilwoman Nelly Vielma, the majority of the visits are to check the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths. She is now looking for a way to balance the information posted on the website. Click on video to view full story.