ALAMO – This story is almost reminiscent of the mid- to late-1990s when Alamo had two police chiefs at the same time, and the lawsuits that went with such a
Featured: Hidalgo County Judge Richard Cortéz, left, and Sen. Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa, D-McAllen, flash the famous Texas Longhorns “Hook ’em” sign on Wednesday, January 2, 2019 during a photo session soon after Cortez took his oath of office during a ceremony held in the Hidalgo County Commissioners Court room, located on the 1st floor, at 100 E. Cano Street.
Photograph Courtesy JULIA SULLIVAN
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and its School of Medicine helping to keep best and brightest talent at home in deep South Texas
When I authored Senate Bill 24, the legislation that created the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and UTRGV School of Medicine, in 2013, the main goal of the bill
Unless things change, according to several McAllen Airport sources, President Trump is set to land in McAllen at approximately 12:30 p.m. and depart approximately three hours later. Instead of the
Edinburg, Texas – As state legislators prepare for the upcoming 86th Legislative Session, which commences this month, government entities across Texas are working to align their legislative priorities to ensure