EDITORIAL: Don’t get scammed at tax time RGV

As millions of U.S. taxpayers prepare their annual tax returns, so begins a season of scams that taxpayers must be weary of, especially the...

EDITORIAL: UTRGV’s ‘highest honors’ given to state senator

Congratulations to state Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa who is among three people named as the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s 2018 Distinguished Alumni...

EDITORIAL: The importance of Texas manufacturing and NAFTA talks

Read Texas comptroller's report on manufacturingAs leaders from Mexico, Canada and the United States hammer through the seventh round of negotiations for the North...

EDITORIAL: Voters turning out like they always should; Democrats driving ballot momentum now

Mid-term elections do not typically generate the type of voter excitement or participation as presidential elections.However, this midterm primary election is proving to be...

EDITORIAL: TEA must fix special education in Texas quickly

Take TEA's online surveyA month ago we praised Gov. Greg Abbott for berating Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath and for ordering that Morath’s agency...

EDITORIAL: Congress needs to get to work on DACA bill before window of opportunity...

For decades, U.S. immigration laws have been in need of reform. And so as the March 5 deadline approached to fix the expiring Deferred...

EDITORIAL: McAllen payment to UTRGV medical school is good for RGV

Spending taxpayer’s money should make elected officials uncomfortable. If not, they aren’t taking their role seriously.Therefore we appreciate the hesitation and lengthy questions from...

EDITORIAL: RGV athlete at the Olympics makes us all smile

His face told the world how utterly happy he was to be holding the flag for Mexico in the opening ceremonies of the 2018...

EDITORIAL: We must be home to all of our brave

Theoretically, soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War were not U.S. citizens. But they did so for what they hoped would be their new...

EDITORIAL: Mexican-American studies curriculum needed in Texas

Despite an obvious need for a statewide curriculum on Mexican-American studies, Texas education officials have, for years, yet to agree or endorse a statewide...