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Residents in an area of Pharr share their experience when it comes to flooding after heavy rainfall.
PVAS is reducing their adoption fees for a limited time on their older dogs. The shelter is also looking for volunteers and donation.
Governor Abbot says the focus must be shifted to connecting Texans with the over one million job openings available. Benefits are set to end June 26th.
The Treasury Department said it will start issuing the payments on the 15th of each month unless the date falls on a holiday or weekend. Parents should understand this is not a stimulus payment, its an advance payment that will be deducted from their annual income.
The American Red Cross is offering help to homeowners whose roof took a hit due to Tuesday morning’s heavy rainfall and strong winds.
Deputies found the body of Martin Benjamin Pena,52, from Los Fresnos after a call for service on the intersection of 69 Northbound Frontage Road and Spur 56.
The CDC released these guidelines after recent studies in Israel and the U.S. Laredo’s Health Authority says fully vaccinated people must be careful around others who are not immunized.
Local leaders plan on contacting state officials and securing a trash removal vehicle for rural areas. County representatives hope this may put an end to illegal trash burning: the cause of several house fires in our region.
Dozens of people lined up in their cars to receive Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine at Entravision Studios in McAllen. The first vaccination clinic of its kind in South Texas. The Hidalgo County Health Department along with Precincts two and three coordinated efforts to make this drive-thru vaccination site possible.
Veronica Escanuela woke up in the middle of the night to see her vehicle on top of a tree. She says it was around 1 AM when she saw this, but unfortunately she had to wait until dawn to do something about it since no one was able to help her.
The blaze broke out Sunday afternoon at the Hernandez family’s trailer home. Although all occupants made it out safely, the home was reduced to ashes.
Mariachi’s have evolved throughout the years, becoming more inclusive and allowing women to join their groups, and adopting changes to their traditional mariachi songs to attract an english dominant audience. Although mariachi’s have changed with the times, these musicians faced their biggest challenge in 2019: the coronavirus pandemic.
With much of the Valley reaching the triple digit temperatures, hitting the water only seems natural… but it can also be dangerous.
The Livestock and Agricultural Exhibition of the Rio Grande Valley was organized by the Mercedes Chamber of Commerce in 1939. The first show was held in 1940. Last year, tradition was broken after the livestock show closed their doors to the public for the first time in 60 years.
News broke over the possible approval of the vaccine for those ages 12 to 15 broke out on Monday. The Ortiz family says they are excited a new method to protect their two daughters from the virus may soon be available.
Now that local health experts say the demand for the COVID-19 vaccine has died down, they are utilizing different methods to vaccinate community members.
Over 28 billion dollars are available for restaurants, bars and other qualifying businesses. The SBA may provide up to five million dollars per location to help owners cover construction costs, payroll and even debt.