McAllen ISD makes jump to 5A in UIL realignment

After months of speculation, McAllen ISD’s three flagship high schools — McAllen High, McAllen Memorial and McAllen Rowe — officially began their transition to...

Hundreds turn out for peaceful protest at Linear Park

About 100 people are attending the Justice for George Floyd/Black Lives Matter Peaceful Protest at Linear Park. Many are carrying signs that read “Black Lives Matter”...

Elsa capital murder suspect gets lower bond, new charge

An Elsa man accused of shooting and killing someone while trying to steal drugs last November is now facing an obstruction charge. Hidalgo County Assistant District Attorney Lauren Sepulveda revealed during a bond reduction hearing for 18-year-old Jose Angel Becerra that as defense attorneys for the man sought a lower bond, the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office was working on a warrant for the man for the obstruction charge. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

A look at Tuesday’s weather

Expect temperatures to be in the mid to upper 60s with cloudy to overcast skies Tuesday in the Rio Grande Valley, according to the...

52 tested in Hidalgo County, no positive cases, 27 pending results

Hidalgo County says 52 people have been tested for COVID-19 with 27 tests coming back negative. As of Friday afternoon, 25 tests were still pending. The...

Tito Ortiz, El Patrón get heated at Combate Americas weigh-ins

HIDALGO — The bad blood between Tito “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Ortiz and Alberto El Patrón boiled over into Friday night’s weigh-ins at...

Democrats: Trump using misinformation, malice in wall debate

WASHINGTON — Top congressional Democrats said President Donald Trump "has chosen fear" in his drive to build a southern border wall and called on...

Brownsville city employee tests positive for COVID-19

The City of Brownsville has confirmed that one of its employees has tested positive for the coronavirus. The city reports the employee is a 27-year-old...

Feds say Yarrington case will remain in Brownsville

Yarrington is accused of committing multiple crimes over a period of 20 years, starting when he first ran for governor in 1998, when prosecutors allege he began taking millions of dollars in bribes from the Gulf Cartel and Los Zetas to assure that police authorities in Tamaulipas would not interfere with the cartel’s illegal business.