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Texas authorities along with U.S. Immigration & Customs have announced the seizure of 5 tons of marijuana in a Harlingen warehouse late Friday evening. Comment?
While the water crisis for the Texas Lower Rio Grande Valley is far from over, late April and early May rains have brought some hope to farmers who had all but given up on any chance of a productive crop year. Comment?
An elderly South Texas man has survived more than 200 bee stings when he was swarmed while mowing some grass. Comment?
An elderly South Texas man has survived more than 220 bee stings when he was swarmed while mowing the grass. Comment?
Two Hawaii Army National Guard helicopters are flying missions looking for drug smugglers - not in the Aloha State, but along a portion of the 1,250 miles of Texas border with Mexico on the Rio Grande River. Comment?
Immigration will be the topic of discussion of a Tuesday morning forum with three congressmen at the University of Texas at Brownsville. Comment?
Local area high school JROTC Winners in "The Way to Happiness" Scholarship Competition announced this past week, sponsored by Harlingen Family Dentistry The three awardees are: First Place - Julian Tapia, Harlingen High School Second Place - Andrew Dominguez, Harlingen High School South Third Place - Yomary Levya, Harlingen High School South On ... (more) Comment?
The book is about the life of a man that was born to a poor Mexican family. He writes about the struggle for survival, such as having to eat wild animals to keep from starving. Comment?
The Texas Department of Transportation held an open house here Thursday as a federally funded study gets under way to explore the feasibility. Comment?
The Texas Department of Transportation is studying possible improvements to the passenger railway that links Oklahoma City with San Antonio and seven cities in between. Comment?
Attorney Ricardo Barrera warns in latest blog post that minorities who do not live up to the ideal concept of an educated European American can be labelled mentally ill and discriminated against. Comment?
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, the keynote speaker at the New Leaders Texas Foundation's South Texas Mayors' Summit, said it best: "there is a new generation of leadership in Texas." The New Leaders Texas Foundation organized this Summit in Edinburg as a way of convening community and civic leaders and elected officials from around Texas to talk ... (more) Comment?
Harlingen Family Dentistry's signature dental education program reaches 5,700 students over last 8 months including Children's Dental Health Month Ever since I was a little walrus and my tusks were growing in, I have known the importance of keeping them in good shape as my mother taught me. Comment?
Legislation has been filed at the Capitol urging the U.S. Department of State to ensure Mexico complies with a 1944 water treaty regarding shared water resources - namely the Rio Grande River. Comment?
A widely celebrated effort to open a medical school in the Rio Grande Valley won unanimous approval in the Texas House on Tuesday but not before a tense exchange over what impact the facility would have on a statewide doctor shortage. Comment?
Plans to build a new medical school in the Rio Grande Valley and merge border campuses in the University of Texas System have won approval in the Texas House. Comment?
On Monday, the city had its warmest day since November - 89 degrees at Bush Intercontinental, tying a record high for the day. Comment?
Associated Press 3/14/13 AUSTIN, Texas - The Texas Senate has approved a proposal to bring a new medical school to the Rio Grande Valley, where doctors are in short supply. Comment?
The University of Texas would bring a new medical school to the border under a measure approved Wednesday by the Texas Senate. Comment?
The University of Texas would bring a new medical school to the border under a measure approved Wednesday by the Texas Senate . Comment?