McAllen man accused of trying to meet teen in park for sex

Court documents indicate Marines allegedly believed the undercover agent was a 13-year-old girl, and he's accused of trying to talk her into sex acts.

Reminder: Rio Grande Valley is under a Red Flag warning

FYI: The Valley is under a Red Flag Warning

Valley parishioners honor Our Lady of Guadalupe with fanfare

Adorned in boldly colored, feathered headgear symbolizing the crown of the Virgin Mary, and wielding a rattle and a wooden arch bow meant to keep the devil away, the matachines dancers stepped in syncopation to the relentless beat of a drum.

Deported Army veteran returns home only to be laid to rest

Carlos Torres, a veteran who volunteered to join the U.S. Army during Vietnam and was later deported to Mexico, will finally be home today when he’s buried at the Rio Grande Valley State Veterans Cemetery with full military honors.

Mission to work with consultant to learn about drug cartels

The mayor said the consultant would charge the city $150 per hour for training and presentations on the cartels.

Palmview looks to bill residents separately for waste collection

Joel Garcia, Palmview’s mayor pro-tem, said the city needed to prepare for the future and said the city would at one point have its own utilities.

Police launch impaired driver enforcement initiative for holiday season

Holiday periods are one of the most dangerous times for motorists in the state.

Noon Fix: Omar Guerrero case; Weslaco’s costly water plant project; Ex-Trump lawyer receives prison...

Noon Fix: Catch up with some of the stories trending on our website.

Rio Grande Valley under a Fire Weather Watch for Thursday

The wind coupled with dryer air behind Thursday's front will cause critical fire weather conditions on Thursday and Friday.

Ex-judges to ICE: End immigration arrests at courthouses

Nearly 70 former judges from 23 states — including federal judges and state supreme court justices — said in a letter sent to Acting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Ronald Vitiello that courthouse arrests are disrupting the criminal justice system.

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