Games of Texas expecting more athletes, spectators this year

McALLEN — The city is preparing for 1,000 more participants and 3,000 more spectators than last year’s Games of Texas, which was McAllen’s first...

Tafolla resignation on hold as Weslaco City Commission cancels meeting

A Weslaco City Commission meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today has been canceled due to a lack of a quorum. Some commissioners will be unable...

Harlingen man finds kidney donor at Walmart

HARLINGEN — “My husband needs a kidney.” The words on a woman’s T-shirt grabbed Eva Lopez’s attention and wouldn’t let go. She was drawn to...

Edinburg fires public info director, says goodbye to city secretary

EDINBURG — Staffing changes continue here.Earlier this week, the Edinburg City Council said goodbye to City Secretary Myra Garza after she accepted a position...

Weslaco EDC awards grant to STC for small business training

WESLACO — Specialized training for local small businesses might come easier thanks to a new partnership between the city’s Economic Development Corporation and South...

Bridge cold storage site obtains license to build at Los Indios

HARLINGEN — The last snag for the cold storage facility at the Free Trade International Bridge at Los Indios has been resolved.A license for...

Students showcase tough breed as RGVLS opens

MERCEDES — A winner! By a horn! Kelsey Bordovsky was feeling pretty good about her success Friday at the Jr. Longhorn Show. “The heifer I won...

As Trump moves to renegotiate NAFTA, MEDC exec predicts changes to country of origin...

McALLEN — Mangoes, onions, limes and avocados were loaded and unloaded onto truck after truck Thursday at the McAllen Produce Terminal Market just hours...

Indicted ex-judge to remain on ballot for appellate court race

Former district judge Rodolfo “Rudy” Delgado will remain on the November ballot for the 13th Court of Appeals, despite speculation he would drop out...

Courthouse construction on horizon, Edinburg ordered to enforce permitting process amid special treatment claims

EDINBURG — A judge believes the city might not be treating developers equally and signed a temporary injunction Friday that could impact the construction...