Congressional lawmakers reach deal on RGV border wall funding

"Republicans were desperate to avoid another bruising shutdown. They tentatively agreed to far less money for President Donald Trump's border wall than the White House's $5.7 billion wish list, settling for a figure of nearly $1.4 billion, according to congressional aides."

Photo Gallery: Bloodless bullfights in La Gloria

The Santa Maria Bullring in La Gloria has hosted bloodless bullfights since opening in 2000.

La Lomita in the shadows: A photo story

MISSION — Before dawn here early Friday morning, Father Roy Snipes, 73, a revered figure in the Rio Grande Valley faith community, arrived at...

Putting up a fight: Modest protest greets arrival of border wall construction materials

MISSION — Before a procession of protesters made its way to the National Butterfly Center here, Duwayne Redwater of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe,...

Clergy ‘credibly accused’ of sexual abuse served in 42 RGV parishes

The Catholic Diocese of Brownsville on Thursday released its list of child sexual abuse by 13 priests and a deacon, who were assigned to...

Más vida: Local bridal-wear designer jumps into the world of ready-to-wear designs

Más vida The Monitor's vida section brings you local news on food, education, art, people and outdoors. Sometimes there is more to the story. JAN. 27,...

AUDIO: Valley lawmakers on the 86th legislative session

The 86th Legislature began Jan. 8 and will end May 27. Here is information from the legislators representing the Rio Grande Valley. District 20 Sen....

UTRGV boasts newest buildings

EDINBURG — Two giant star alignment layouts greet students as they walk into the courtyard of the new Science Building at the University of...