Formed in wake of 2014 migrant crisis, consular group faces familiar challenges

McALLEN — Representatives from the city’s four consulates met Wednesday to mark the three-year anniversary of a multinational consular group that started here and...

Man allegedly stabbed with ice pick at McAllen bar

A man was stabbed with an ice pick while at a McAllen bar Saturday, at least according to a local police report. The report states...

Edinburg mayor talks transparency after breakfast to promote accessibility

EDINBURG — The mayor here sat down with nearly 50 residents and a slew of public servants for breakfast Wednesday morning in a show...

New treaty, few changes: Business leaders pleased with minor adjustments, more certainty

Convening in neither of the three countries, Canadian, Mexican and United States leaders signed an updated North American Free Trade Agreement on Friday in...

Historic native trees still worth planting

Any of these trees will benefit your yard and attract birds and butterflies — for your enjoyment as well as for the health of a native habitat.

Sea Turtle Inc. launches free Beach Toy Rental program

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Residents and visitors making a trip to the Island now have the option to rent beach toys instead of buying...

A year after McAllen sales tax turned , revenues continue to trend positive

The prediction came in 2016: Get through Thanksgiving the following year. McAllen had seen months of declining sales tax revenues, something the city relies...

Photo Gallery: Flooding in the Monte Alto and Edcouch area

The following photos show significant flooding in Monte Alto, where waters had yet to recede as of Tuesday. The damage seen here was sustained...

Weslaco to unearth time capsule

In preparation for Weslaco’s 100th birthday, city crews plan to unearth a 24-year-old time capsule next month. In 1994, parks and recreation department workers buried...