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Man Killed In 2-Vehicle Wreck In Ranch Country North Of Edinburg

A failure to yield led to a deadly 2-vehicle crash in a rural area north of Edinburg Monday morning. The Texas Department of Public Safety says the driver of a Saturn sedan was heading south on Lazy Palms Drive but didn’t yield the right-of-way to traffic on Floral Road and was struck by a Freightliner tractor-trailer. The man driving the Saturn was killed instantly.
EDINBURG, TX
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Home destroyed by fire near Edinburg

A house is a total loss in a fire reported Monday morning near Edinburg. Grundy County Rural Fire Protection and other emergency services responded at approximately 7:40 Monday morning to 71 Northwest 52nd Avenue of rural Trenton. The owner was listed as Timothy Dennert. Upon arrival, firefighters saw heavy smoke...
GRUNDY COUNTY, MO
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Authorities Searching For Missing Harlingen Woman

Harlingen police are asking for your help in turning up a Harlingen woman who’s been missing for almost a week. Police and family members are looking for 27-year-old Christy Martinez. Martinez hasn’t been heard from since Tuesday night of last week which is when family members say they last spoke with her.
HARLINGEN, TX
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US Fish & Wildlife Service conducts controlled burn near Port Isabel

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is conducting a controlled burn at the Bahia Grande Unit near Port Isabel and Laguna Vista, the Brownsville Fire Department announced Monday afternoon. The prescribed fire, also known as a prescribed burn or controlled burn, refers to the controlled application of fire by a...
PORT ISABEL, TX

Shoppers in Brownsville come out for black Friday deals

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (ValleyCentral) – Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year across the U.S and it was no different at local stores here in the valley. From clothes to household goods and toys, shoppers in Brownsville were looking to find their Black Friday deals this holiday season. “I’m looking for something on […]
BROWNSVILLE, TX
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Sunrise Mall in Brownsville expecting Black Friday shoppers

The Sunrise Mall in Brownsville is expecting a big crowd of local and Mexican shoppers on Black Friday, and are preparing for the biggest shopping day of the year. Susie Torres, Sunrise Mall’s senior marketing director, said they have already seen an increase in shoppers over the past few months, thanks to different sales such as back to school shopping that has returned their traffic to pre-pandemic levels.
BROWNSVILLE, TX
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Valley airports see busy holiday traveling season

This Thanksgiving week kicked off a busy holiday travel season. Millions of people are packing up and traveling across the county to meet with loved ones during the holiday. Airports like Valley International Airport in Harlingen anticipate the largest surge in travelers since the pandemic. Valley International Aviation Director Marv...
HARLINGEN, TX

Pet of the Week: Felicia

HARLINGEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Looking to add a new member to the family, or know someone who is? This might be the sign you are looking for. For the month of November, the Humane Society of Harlingen is encouraging the community to adopt senior pets or more than 2-years-old at the shelter. All cats, dogs […]
HARLINGEN, TX
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New Brownsville airport exhibit showcases accomplishments by women

The Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport is featuring a new photography exhibit, highlighting the contributions made by women to the space industry. The Women in Aviation and Space History Exhibit showcases 35 images of accomplishments by women from the early days of aviation to space exploration. Executive Director for...
BROWNSVILLE, TX
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This holiday season, shop small and make a big impact

Community. Connectivity. It’s what makes Harlingen the best place to choose for living, playing, and shopping. While you’re here, stay for outdoor fun at our many parks and trails, enjoy the local flavors our eateries serve up, or take a stroll in Downtown Harlingen for unique gifts, antiques, coffee, and restaurants.
HARLINGEN, TX
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First mobile coffee bar in RGV becomes a local favorite

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas (ValleyCentral) — The Rio Grande Valley is home to many coffee drinkers, as well as dozens of coffee shops. However, one stands out from the rest as it is the RGV’s only mobile coffee bar inside a horse trailer. “We are the first mobile coffee bar in a horse trailer in […]
EDINBURG, TX
Fox News South Texas

26 Pets Transported with Hopes in Finding Their Forever Home

This month 8 trips were coordinated to transport animals to other shelters with the purpose of increasing the opportunity for them to be adopted more quickly. 26 pets are being taken to new sites or with people who will temporarily adopt them in San Antonio. The boarding began at 6 am.
SAN ANTONIO, TX
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Paws on pavement: Palm Valley holds first doggie dash and 5K fundraiser in McAllen

McALLEN — Dog lovers from far and wide stopped by Fireman’s Park on Saturday for the Palm Valley Animal Society’s inaugural 5K run and doggie dash. The event hosted about 300 guests who participated in the shelter’s 5K run and doggie dash, which was a mile-long run where owners walked and ran with their dogs and a brunch hosted by the University Draft House.
MCALLEN, TX
San Antonio Current

Whataburger, Tomatillo's Cafe: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week

Alamo City residents are always thrilled when folks from elsewhere figure out that our beloved institutions kick serious ass. Which likely explains why so many readers flocked to the Current's story this week about Whataburger's Kansas City debut drawing so many people that it created a traffic nightmare around the new store. Similar civic pride also drove plenty of folks to read up on SA chocolatier Nacho Aguirre's return to national TV.
SAN ANTONIO, TX
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