The average life expectancy in the United States grew 67 percent between 1900 and 2015, according to federal mortality research, but we still lag behind other developed nations – and we may be losing ground. According to a recent World Health Organization study, by 2030 American life expecta… Read more
MISSION — At only 15 years old Jack Andraka developed a prototype of a sensor that could help detect pancreatic cancer at an early stage, a two-year quest now in the process of being tested an…
McALLEN — They say good things come in small packages. That at least holds true for Taquito, the Tex-Mex-speaking, Twitter-famous Chihuahua from McAllen, who has become one of the latest canin…
This story has been updated to include Campbell's release from Hidalgo County jail.
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Down their seven leaders in minutes played for the season, the short-handed RGV Vipers suffered a 144-141 loss to the Texas Legends on Saturday at Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco.
EDINBURG — During the second half of regulation and overtime, UTRGV and Seattle U were separated by more than three points for only 56 seconds.
McALLEN — On the east side of the convention center, thousands of youth were seen jogging in place and stretching their limbs Saturday morning in preparation of the final mile of the 4th annua…
McALLEN — Forty-five years after the Roe v. Wade ruling, abortion access continues to be a contentious issue.
McALLEN — Javier Villalobos and Timothy Wilkins will head to a runoff election as neither candidate earned more than 50 percent of the vote in Saturday’s three-way race for District 1 commissioner.
McALLEN — Two Rio Grande Valley school districts are among the finalists for the 17th annual H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards, the Texas-based grocery chain announced Friday.
SAN JUAN — A Palmview police officer will fill a vacant city commission seat here after a resounding win Saturday.