Sunday Dec 1
The 2013 POZ 100: Celebrating Unsung Heroes Fighting To End HIV/AIDS
For this year's POZ 100, POZ magazine asked individuals and organizations to nominate an HIV-positive person in their community who is an unsung hero in the fight against AIDS.
Thieves Crashed into Store, Stole Thousands in Merchandise
Officers are searching for three men who crashed a vehicle into a Harlingen store and stole more than $7,000 of merchandise.
The Miami Herald
The nation's weather
Active weather persisted in the West on Friday, while a wintry mix of rain and snow developed across the Southern Plains.
Bad Parent? Or,
All About Jo-Jo...well, most everything... NAME: Jo-Jo Cerda HOMETOWN: Born in Harlingen, grew up & graduated high school from La Feria...went to Corsicana, Texas to Navarro College - major R/TV, minor in music 2.) Lookin' for a family doctor? Contact Dr. Maria Madrid of the Madrid Family Medical Center on Sugar Rd. near Trenton.
Shooting Star: Jackie Marie Magdeleno
Nov. 17--Jackie Marie Magdeleno, of Harlingen, has always had big dreams of one day working in the mass media.
Here is the latest Texas news from The Associated Press
Residents evacuated from a North Texas town because of a gas pipeline rupture and fire hope to return home.
Customs bus with 40 detainees in South Texas wreck
More than 40 people have been hurt after an bus contracted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement hauling detainees in South Texas was involved in a wreck.
Extortion blamed for surge of refugees to Texas
A South Texas immigrant shelter has seen a surge of women and children because of a wave of gang violence that has swept over Central America.