Marvel fans across the world are mourning the loss of “Avenger Royalty” actor Chadwick Boseman. A mural by local artist @POPC_ULTURE appeared in south McAllen over the weekend honoring the life of the actor. Boseman lost his battle to colon cancer on Friday. He rose to fame as the first african american superhero lead in […]
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South Texas Health System and Valley Baptist have reported a low intake of COVID-19 patients in their hospitals, Officials say the number of patients in intensive care units remains consistently high, having to use other areas of the hospitals to meet the demand.
Several concerned neighbors alerted police about a possible shooting after hearing the gunshots . A video captured the moments officers arrived to the scene and found the victims laying on the floor. Chief of Police Felix Sauceda tells Fox News this shooting was an isolated incident.
Laredo police along with the city’s health department and code enforcement office team up to ensure there are no social gatherings this weekend.
Of the over 230 deaths reported in Laredo due to the virus, 59% suffered from hypertension, 51% from diabetes and 17% were considered obese. While the majority of the victims were elderly, health officials warn being young does not keep you from becoming a victim of COVID-19.
Officials say children communicating with online predators through social media is an ongoing issue. They are warning parents to be on high alert now that students are learning remotely.
This Wednesday,close to 40 border agents from the Rio Grande Valley Sector arrived in Corpus Christi and are ready to be deployed to other cities in Texas and Louisiana caught in the path of Hurricane Laura. 14 equipped river boats were also sent out to provide additional support.
PHARR – The Texas Workforce Commission has awarded PSJA ISD with a $269,624 grant that will offer training and equipment to 140 students who are interested in pursuing careers in technical education. The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) awarded a total of 41 grants amounting to $8,261,090 to colleges, technical institutes, and school districts throughout the […]
14,500 laptops and IPads are being distributed to students within Donna ISD. The superintendent says that unfortunately this does not solve the problem for some, adding that many families don’t have access to WiFi. The district is looking for innovative ways to resolve the issue.
Laredo Nursing And Rehabilitation will now only admit COVID-19 patients . This is one of three nursing homes under quarantine.
Officials say that only a 48.7 of the community has filled out the Census form. In one week, only one percent of the local population completed the questionnaire.
Larissa Nicole Rodriguez ,with the help of her family, donated several wooden boxes to the city of Weslaco.These containers would the be placed on different buildings around town so residents can drop off essential items.
State officials have requested the assistance of the Weslaco Fire Department Medical Task Force along the Northeast Texas Coast. Fire Chief Antonio Lopez tells Fox News the bus is able to transport 20 to 25 patients depending on their conditions.
Both learning methods have presented there own unique challenges. Students say they have to adjust to the new normal. Students must pass through a temperature check before can step inside campus.
Family members now are seeking justice as they recount the night their loved one was shot and killed by police officers in San Benito last week.
Bar owners are now able to apply for a license that will allow them to operate as a restaurant if they have a kitchen facility in their establishment.
Both learning methods have presented there own unique challenges. Students say they have to adjust to the new normal.Students must pass through a temperature check before can step inside campus.
LISD officials say they are increasing their safety measures as we continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Representatives from the district say they are accommodating classrooms to mitigate the spread of the virus.