The Center For Disease Control is alerting the public about the risks associated with traveling to Mexico during the holiday season due to a rise in COVID-19 cases.
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When shopping online, not only do you have to protect yourself from scammers, but also from porch pirates who are taking advantage of home deliveries.
Long lines formed at one of the city’s COVID-19 testing sites. Health experts remind the community the risks of using this measure as a way of moving forward with their holiday plans.
Laredo ISD is calling it quits for the remainder of the football season. The district announced the news earlier today citing the reason to be out of an abundance of caution. The early exit for Laredo this year affected the remaining two games of the season for each high school including Martin and Nixon high. […]
15 family members in Arlington are now battling coronavirus after celebrating a birthday together. They are now urging others to stay home as much as possible.
The distribution of the treatment called bamlanivimab was announced by Governor Greg Abbott last week.
Region 11, which includes Deep South Texas, has seen COVID-19 cases quadruple in the last two weeks.
A letter written by more than 70 health experts said if safety measures were not followed, the next few months would be deadly.
The new Cite-And-Release Policy is a combined effort between the chief of police, the district attorney’s office and city officials. Hidalgo County residents caught with less then 2 ounces of marijuana will no longer have to be arrested at the scene and sent to jail.
86-year-old Robert Snyder is one of the more than 90 patients that lives in this retirement center. According to the Brook Ridge Community Development Director, the majority of the residents have agreed to take the vaccine as soon as it is ready for distribution.
A federal court judge agreed Thursday to delay the execution of Lisa Montgomery after her attorneys argued they needed more time to work on her clemency petition because they contracted the coronavirus. Earlier this week, attorneys from the Cornell Law School International Human Rights Clinic, arguing on behalf of Montgomery’s attorneys, Amy Harwell and Kelley Henry, asked […]
Lady Lobos from La Joya Palmview High School are headed to playoffs for the first time in 21 years. Their next goal is the Bi-District Championship and they hope to check that off their list Thursday night.
The Republican candidate who ran against Vicente Gonzalez for Texas Congressional District 15 is alleging voter fraud in Hidalgo County. During Tuesday’s county commissioners meeting’s open forum, Monica De La Cruz Hernandez voiced her concerns about mail-in ballots, calling on county officials to investigate.
64-year-old Melanie Carmichael was diagnosed with coronavirus on July 14. She showed symptoms like weakness, cough and fever. She was admitted to Harlingen Medical Center, her workplace, just 6 days later after her symptoms worsened.
Staff are working to make more room at the Laredo Medical Center’s ICU and are facing obstacles as they continue their efforts to treat COVID-19 patients.
In Hidalgo County, health officials reported over 600 new cases of coronavirus. The last time the county reported a similar count was back in late August.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board receives dozens of calls each week reporting scammers posing as employees from this agency.
The incident was reported on Sunday before sunset. Texas Parks and Wildlife, with the assistance of the Mercedes Fire Department and Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office conducted the search. The victim’s mother tells us she was notified about the tragic event yesterday evening and is heartbroken with the outcome.