The Texas Department of State Health Services announced the pool of those eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine has expanded.
Although health officials have reported a drop in COVID-19 cases, lower hospitalization rates. Mission CISD says they will continue following the same safety protocols.
Fiana Tulip lost her mother this past Fourth of July to COVID-19 complications. She says Governor Abbott’s choice to not enforce the use of a face masks last summer showed lack of leadership and may have lead up to her untimely loss. After hearing the governor’s announcement over statewide restrictions, she says no lesson has […]
Earlier this week, five ERCOT members resigned from their positions: a sixth member withdrew their application. None of them live in Texas.
Families from District 8 are now faced with dealing with the aftermath of the harsh cold weather that hit Texas.
Robert Lopez, a Mission firefighter, says that some of his coworkers faced a similar situation as the rest of the public with no power back at home.Faced with their own challenges, firefighters continue providing services to community members in need.
Gabriela Lumbreras is a valley resident that, like many, has been affected by the lack of utilities within the community. She says she hopes the situation soon changes as she cares for her child who is diagnoised with autism
Officials say the city is in good hands and are reporting a steady decrease in violent crime.
Officials say inhaling carbon monoxide it can make you lose conscience or lead to deadly consequences. Last year during Hurricane Hanna, a family of four from Edinburg lost their lives to carbon monoxide poisoning after police found a running generator inside their home.
Electricity providers like Magic Valley, AEP and BPUB have told their customers to prepare to remain without power, this as they implement controlled outages that vary from 30 minutes to an hour..
Several road closures may be reported throughout this evening. Authorities are asking the community to respect the barricades set up and to stay aware of traffic lights that may be out due to power outages in the area
Homeland security announced a suspect is in custody after a 9-1-1 call led to a statewide search for a tractor trailer allegedly carrying undocumented immigrants.
During a virtual conference Wednesday afternoon, the group of legislators brought attention to the many struggles faced by students with limited internet access at home.
Health experts say another strain of the variant, first seen in South Africa, affects the current vaccine’s available efficacy. Pharmaceutical companies are already working in a solution.
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.
On Tuesday night, Nov. 3, counties across the state will begin reporting election results, and voters on one side or the other, are destined for disappointment. “Both parties think they’re going to win. That’s what really really concerns me,” said Dr. Alex del Carmen, a criminology professor at Tarleton State University. Law enforcement nationwide, Del […]
A Texas grand jury charged Paul Kruse, Blue Bell Creameries’ former CEO and president, was charged with wire fraud and conspiracy in connection with an alleged cover-up of the company’s 2015 listeria outbreak, the Department of Justice announced on Wednesday. Kruse, who served as the company’s CEO and president from 2004 to 2017, was charged […]
A family hoping to keep their 10-month-old son on a ventilator was denied their appeal by a Texas court Friday, family attorney Kevin Acevedo said. The baby, Nick Torres, was found unconscious in a bathtub in Harris County last month, according to court documents. Harris County encompasses Houston. Nick’s parents, Mario and Ana Patricia Torres, […]