A pretty successful basketball season continues to get even better for the Edinburg Vela Sabercats.
The ultimate goal has always been clear.
Hanna goalkeeper Valeria Perez knew exactly what collegiate program she wanted to be at after her high school career was all said and done.
Fresh off of a regional championship, the Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are headed back to the state meet, the capper to a memorable season for coach Jaime Perez’s team.
Throughout the years, the names and faces change, but the expectations for the Los Fresnos Falcons are as perennial as a paper daisy.
Golf has been Fahtima Avila’s game since age 4, and it will continue to be in college.
Every successful team needs a captain, a spiritual mentor and a coach.
The St. Joseph Academy soccer team is eager to advance deep into the TAPPS playoffs, just like the school’s teams did in 2015 and 2016.
With district play coming to an end on Tuesday night, the surviving boy’s basketball teams now turn their sights to the bi-district playoffs, which kickoff this Monday and Tuesday.
It wasn’t pretty, but Nayeli Garcia pitched a complete game in her first start in the circle, and the Rio Hondo Lady Bobcats escaped with an 11-7 win over Brownsville Lopez on Tuesday night.
LOS FRESNOS — Before the high school basketball season tipped off, the Los Fresnos Falcons weren't an odds-on favorite to hoist another District 32-6A championship trophy.
LOS FRESNOS — The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are the new leaders of the District 32-6A girls soccer race.
Nico Alvarez finds himself in quite an elite position as he prepares for this week’s UIL state swimming & diving meet in Austin.
Nothing gives Brownsville featherweight Johnny “Blaze” Tapia more satisfaction than fighting in front of his hometown fans.
SAN BENITO — Under first-year coach Denise Lira, the San Benito Lady Greyhounds went 13-1 in arguably the toughest district in the Rio Grande Valley, 32-6A, and marched their way to the Sweet 16 for the first time since the 2015 season.
In 2010, radio host and University of Texas Rio Grande Communications Professor W.F. Strong wanted to tell Texas tales on public radio.
Skinner Elementary students were treated to a music lesson from a pro Tuesday from Brownsville native and harmonica artist Tim Gonzales.
Methamphetamine and strawberries apparently do not mix.
The Brownsville Police Department received word Tuesday afternoon from Southwest Key Programs that a second teen who had left the organization's facility Monday afternoon voluntarily returned.
A 45-year-old Mexican national in the custody of U.S. Border Patrol died Monday morning at a McAllen hospital, according to a statement on the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website.
SANTA ROSA — Since an estimated 19 pounds of marijuana went missing from the police department last summer, Chief Ronnie Hernandez’s job has been on the line.
The days of National Public Radio being aired in Cameron and Hidalgo counties may be coming to an end.
The inaugural “Mr. Grito Good Riddance to Bad Humor” party, scheduled for Wednesday evening at Cobbleheads Bar & Grill, aims to improve Brownsville’s mood going into Charro Days, and what better way to achieve that than set a piñata on fire?
Where to move the Jefferson Davis monument in Washington Park is the subject of a Brownsville City Commission public “work session” today at 5:30 p.m. in the City Manager’s Office at 1001 E. Elizabeth St.
Cameron County has temporarily closed a number of county beaches because of extremely high tides.
“Chicago: The Musical” shows slated for Feb. 26 and 27 have been rescheduled for June 12 and 13 because of a scheduling conflict, according to a news release.
McALLEN — The polarized state of politics in America manifested here last week, and while city commissioners expected it, they didn’t have a plan to address the concern expressed by some residents and critics during a now-infamous meeting this week.
The city of Brownsville intends to fully explore the feasibility of a proposed massive riverfront redevelopment project, but needs more information from the developer: Sam Marasco, president of San Diego, Calif.-based LandGrant Development.
A family near Austin is willing to care for him.
Expect a cool day across the Rio Grande Valley on Monday with a chance for light rain and or drizzle, according to the National Weather Service in Brownsville.
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HARLINGEN — Even the city’s smallest parks aren’t going unnoticed.
HARLINGEN – Marine Military Academy will commemorate the 74 th anniversary of the Battle of Iwo Jima during World War II with its annual Iwo Jima Parade today at 4 p.m. on the MMA Parade Grounds.
SAN BENITO — To the untrained eye, it merely looks like scribbles on a piece of paper.
The city of Mercedes reopened a trash collection site last week for residents to dump bulky items.
McALLEN — The government responded Monday to a former state district judge’s motion for reconsideration, which requests that the court rethink its October 2018 decision denying his request for a change of venue in what has the makings of a high-profile trial.
HARLINGEN — The field trip-heavy 3rd Annual Matagorda Bay Birdfest kicks off Friday and runs through Sunday, offering South Texas birders a different perspective — and possibly some new species — in the wildlife-rich bay and associated marshlands near Palacios.
McALLEN — Last week a pair of Mexican nationals received their punishment in connection with a conspiracy to transport cocaine through a port of entry, court records show.
HARLINGEN – Two alleged burglars are wanted by authorities for a series of home break-ins in the Harlingen-Rio Hondo area.
Starr County has a new county auditor whose appointment was approved by the county commissioners on Monday.
HARLINGEN — Ruth Hipple was pretty sure her husband Gary wouldn’t order nearly $200 in books from Amazon.
HARLINGEN — She presses a white cloth to her face, black hair hanging in sad tresses to her shoulders.
RAYMONDVILLE — A former Harlingen police officer is overseeing the new detention center.