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Stadium lights around the Valley were turned on Wednesday night as a symbol of hope and community strength. CHANNEL 5's Joel Villanueva has... [Read More]
Hand sanitizer is in high demand nowadays. Store shelves are wiped out and ordering online is tough. [Read More]
In Cameron County, the total number... [Read More]
Among the concern and worry people are feeling during stay-at-home orders is a group helping to find a new way to stay connected with anyone... [Read More]
Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District made a big donation of supplies to a local hospital. [Read More]
With a growing need for personal protection equipment, a professor and a couple of graduate students from Texas A&M University are stepping up to create... [Read More]
El condado Hidalgo anunció siete casos adicionales de personas que dieron positivo al coronavirus. El total de casos en el condado ahora es de 86. [Read More]
Local official discusses state order placing May... Local official discusses state order placing May elections on hold WESLACO – Elections are... [Read More]
Valley doctor speaks on treating first coronavirus... Valley doctor speaks on treating first coronavirus patient in Brownsville BROWNSVILLE – One of... [Read More]
DHR Health (DHR) announces its 14 th... [Read More]
In Cameron County, the total number of coronavirus cases hit 62 after health officials confirmed seven new cases Friday. [Read More]
Some say people have an essential need to be heard, especially the deaf and hard of hearing community. [Read More]
Hidalgo County announced seven additional people have tested positive for the coronavirus. The total now reaching 86 people in the county. [Read More]
Plasma centers still seek donors amid emergency... Plasma centers still seek donors amid emergency order to provide for Valley patients EDINBURG... [Read More]
Una mujer fue arrestada y acusada en Brownsville después de que presuntamente amenazara con infectar al público con coronavirus. De acuerdo con la... [Read More]
The stress of the coronavirus pandemic and more time at home is making domestic violence rates soar in Hidalgo County. [Read More]
More than 200 people have been tested at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley drive-thru sites in Edinburg and Brownsville. [Read More]
Started Wednesday, April 8, meals will no longer be distributed to students in Brownsville. [Read More]
Attention all animal lovers! People can now get up and personal with some of their favorite creatures at Gladys Porter Zoo. [Read More]
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