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Los Fresnos adds food truck to lunchtime options  Brownsville Herald

Lunch served from a food truck is a new option at Los Fresnos High School this year, one of several designed to make school lunch not so much like school ...

Judge sets trial date in fatal Spring Break crash case  Monitor

A judge set a trial date in the case of a Sugarland woman accused of driving drunk into a crowd of seven people, killing a Los Fresnos woman during Spring ...

Edinburg Vela pulls away from Los Fresnos in second half  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — The matchup between the Los Fresnos Falcons and the Edinburg Vela Sabercats was surrounded by a bit of hype this week, and it delivered.

Back-to-School Nights scheduled for all Los Fresnos schools  Brownsville Herald

Back-to-School nights are scheduled in all 14 Los Fresnos CISD schools Aug. 27-29. The events are an opportunity to meet teachers who will discuss ...

Los Fresnos sweeps San Benito for 32-6A win  Brownsville Herald

SAN BENITO — The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are doing the best they can to put some distance between themselves and their opponents in the District 32-6A ...

Harlingen South stymies Los Fresnos  Brownsville Herald

HARLINGEN — The Los Fresnos Falcons' defense consistently stepped up when needed, halting promising Harlingen South Hawks drives and forcing them to ...

Hanna escapes Los Fresnos on the road  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — The Hanna Golden Eagles have clinched at least a share of the District 32-6A championship.

Los Fresnos takes on Edcouch-Elsa  Brownsville Herald

With the threat of inclement weather on the horizon due to tropical storm activity in the Gulf, teams are moving games originally scheduled for Friday to today.

Second-half surge fuels Falcons' comeback win  Brownsville Herald

The first half wasn't pretty, but the Los Fresnos Falcons didn't let a 28-point setback stop them from coming back and defeating the Austin LBJ Jaguars 36-35 on ...

Metro-area volleyball players earn accolades  Brownsville Herald

Sarah Villarreal has made the most of her volleyball career for the Los Fresnos Lady Falcons.

Students learn trades in dual enrollment program with TSC  Brownsville Herald

Forty-two Los Fresnos High School students are learning the specialized trades, thanks to an dual enrollment partnership with Texas Southmost College.

Los Fresnos' Sanchez signs on to play baseball at TAMIU  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — For Los Fresnos outfielder/pitcher JJ Sanchez, choosing the school where he will begin his next chapter needed to have just one thing: A ...

Edinburg Vela Los Fresnos Non-District Football  Valley morning Star

Los Fresnos High School defensive lineman Lorenzo Villarreal (8) breaks through the Edinburg Vela line as quarterback Anthony Sotelo (7) passes the ball ...

Los Fresnos bounces back, forces deciding Game 3 with Mission High  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — It's become quite a baseball playoff series between the Los Fresnos Falcons and the Mission High Eagles.

Los Fresnos' Carrizales, Trevino, Urbina sign on to play at next level  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — After successful stints at the high school level, three Los Fresnos athletes have now ensured that there will be a new chapter in their athletic ...

OFFICIAL: Joe Jon Finley tabbed as Texas A&M's tight ends coach  KBTX

Eight-year coaching veteran and former NFL tight end Joe Jon Finley has been named the Texas A&M tight ends coach, head coach Jimbo Fisher announced.

Los Fresnos falls in bi-district to Edinburg Economedes  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — The Edinburg Economedes Jaguars overcame the odds and prevailed over the Los Fresnos Falcons 5-4 on penalty kicks Thursday night in a ...

Los Fresnos girls, Rivera boys soccer win in Los Fresnos  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — The Los Fresnos Lady Falcons are quickly closing in on another District 32-6A girls soccer title.

LFHS senior offered full-ride, chooses Harvard over MIT  Brownsville Herald

Joriam Martinez Parra remembers that he started getting serious about school during the transition from ninth to 10th grade. He set a goal to attend the ...

Los Fresnos United to add 10th-graders  Brownsville Herald

Next year, Los Fresnos High School will become a single high school on two campuses as the current Los Fresnos United ninth-grade campus on Brownsville's ...

LFCISD classes ready to resume  Brownsville Herald

The Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District has been busy all summer getting everything ready for Monday, which is the start of the new school ...

Los Fresnos hoping for $200000 grant for hike and bike trail  Brownsville Herald

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will decide this week if the City of Los Fresnos will received a $200000 grant to construct a hike and bike trail.

Los Fresnos CISD celebrates 100 years  Brownsville Herald

Flashbacks to events over the last 100 years in Los Fresnos were packaged into two hours.

Los Fresnos welcomes four new coaches  Brownsville Herald

Los Fresnos welcomed four new coaches this week. Two replaced recently retired coaches while the other two filled positions that went through a transition in ...

Los Fresnos can't keep up with Edinburg High in playoff loss  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — As good as Los Fresnos was on the defensive end, the offense wasn't there against Edinburg High.

Lake Travis blows out Los Fresnos to end Falcons' playoff run  Brownsville Herald

AUSTIN — You can't make mistakes against a good team.

Navy supports HESTEC with SeaPerch Challenge Competition  DVIDS

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – (Oct. 5, 2018) Continuing to spark students' interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), Sailors of Navy ...

Acciona announces winners of 2018 scholarship awards  Windpower Engineering

ACCIONA Energy USA Global has announced $40000 in college scholarships to 10 college-bound students from Illinois, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South ...

Los Fresnos Continues Soaring, Routs Weslaco High  Brownsville Herald

WESLACO — It's now on to the state playoffs for the Los Fresnos Falcons.

Chapa, Los Fresnos Take Care Of Edinburg High In Bi-District Round  Brownsville Herald

EDINBURG — Los Fresnos senior quarterback Charles Chapa has stepped up in big moments this season and he did it again against Edinburg High.

Los Fresnos uses defense, second half run to top Economedes  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — Jordan Urbina made sure Los Fresnos and its senior-laden squad started the postseason with a bang against Economedes (Edinburg).

Open gym available at Brownsville Sports Park  Brownsville Herald

Los Fresnos brothers Joshua and Matthew Saavedra said they are grateful the Brownsville Sports Park offers an open gym and that they will take full advantage ...

Area round again spells end of Los Fresnos' season  Brownsville Herald

ROMA — It was an all-too-familiar ending for Los Fresnos in its area round game against Alexander (Laredo).

TSC to Host Mr.Amigo Presentation  KRGV

BROWNSVILLE- Texas Southmost College, in collaboration with the Mr. Amigo Association, will host the TSC Amigofest on Thursday, February 28, 2019, from ...

Weslaco East powers past Los Fresnos  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — In a four-quarter, grind-it-out game, Los Fresnos played Weslaco High tough, but it wasn't quite enough.

Los Fresnos boys take down Edinburg Vela  Brownsville Herald

LOS FRESNOS — The only thing uglier than the first five minutes of the Los Fresnos Falcons' matchup with the Edinburg Vela Sabercats may have been the ...

Los Fresnos schools celebrate 100th anniversary  Brownsville Herald

In 1915, the first one-room schoolhouse opened its door to students in Los Fresnos.

Putegnat heads San Benito Chamber of Commerce  Brownsville Herald

Anna Putegnat probably could have worked anywhere, but the lure of family and home brought her back to Brownsville — and now, San Benito.

Carmela Vasquez Castillo  Santa Maria Times

Carmela Vasquez Castillo, 72, of Nipomo, CA passed away on October 11, 2018. Carmela was born in Brownsville, TX on August 11, 1946. She moved to Santa ...

Rivera Volleyball Sweeps Los Fresnos In Key District 32-6A Match  Brownsville Herald

The night clearly belonged to the Rivera Lady Raiders.

Conjunto competition this weekend at Jacob Brown  Brownsville Herald

The Texas High School Conjunto Competition is coming to Brownsville and the public is invited to attend the free event.

Woman pleads not guilty in court; Sugar Land driver accused in SPI fatality  Brownsville Herald

Three San Benito residents sat in the back row of the 445th state District Court on Wednesday afternoon in Brownsville.

Olympic Spirit: Special needs athletes gather at bowling event  Brownsville Herald

Athletes from all across the Lower Rio Grande Valley gathered at the Galaxy Bowling Center in Brownsville Friday for a friendly competition as part of the Area 1 ...

HOME COOKING: Los Fresnos' Kingsbury to play volleyball at UTRGV  Valley morning Star

LOS FRESNOS — To say Los Fresnos Lady Falcons outside hitter Jackie Kingsbury had a good career is an understatement.

19-year-old female struck in SPI hit-and-run accident dies Sunday  KGBT-TV

A 19-year-old woman who was struck in a South Padre Island hit-and-run accident early Friday morning died Sunday.Family has confirmed to CBS 4 News that ...

In the line of duty  Valley morning Star

RIO HONDO — Officer Aaron Garza, 28, has been on the force for nearly one year with Rio Hondo police. He's walking the thin blue line of life-and-death every ...

Permian dominates Florida squad on homecoming  Midland Reporter-Telegram

Permian scored 35 first quarter points and overwhelmed their visitors from the International School of Broward. By Stewart Doreen, Reporter- ...

The art of ag: Los Fresnos FFA  Valley morning Star

As morning light cut through slats in the roof of the Los Fresnos Consolidated Independent School District Agricultural Barn, students and an instructor were hard ...

Los Fresnos United Strategic Growth  Brownsville Herald

Next year, Los Fresnos High School will become a single high school on two campuses as the current Los Fresnos United ninth-grade campus on Brownsville's ...

Rodeo Days: Los Fresnos parade ropes in crowds  Valley morning Star

LOS FRESNOS — Los Fresnos may not be as big as some other places but the turnout for the annual Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association's rodeo is huge.

COMMENTARY: Maneuvering through Port Isabel immigration courts  Monitor

BY DEBBIE NATHAN. I visited a judicial proceeding in South Texas last month. Map-wise, it was in America. Courtroom-wise, it could have been in a totalitarian ...

Los Fresnos' Mata, Valencia earn All-Metro honors  Brownsville Herald

Los Fresnos showed from the opening game against Edcouch-Elsa that it had two stars ready to break out this season.

BIG SQUEEZE: Valley accordionists compete for state competition  Valley morning Star

Now, he is helping his students at Los Fresnos High School to hone their talents to compete in Texas Folklife's Big Squeeze accordion competition.

Sharyland, Mission, Pioneer playing on in postseason  Progresstimes

After eight years as the head baseball coach at Mission Veterans lined with playoff appearances and district championships, Smith made the move to lead the ...

De la Rosa gets 90 Years for Tiffany Galvan’s murder  Brownsville Herald

A Cameron County jury on Thursday handed down a 90-year sentence for convicted murderer Javier de la Rosa, marking an emotional end to the almost ...

Metro-area boys basketball teams set for bi-district play  Brownsville Herald

The boys basketball bi-district playoffs begin today and several metro-area teams will be in action today and tomorrow.

Teen held in murder  Brownsville Herald

A 16-year-old suspect remains in custody, charged with murder in the death of Tiffany Galvan, whose body was found Wednesday near Benavides Park outside ...

Top JROTC: Valley students receive honors at Way to Happiness scholarship competition  Valley morning Star

HARLINGEN — Harlingen Family Dentistry hosted its 11th annual values-based Scholarship Competition Thursday afternoon.

Two candidates seek unexpired term for Place 2  Valley morning Star

LA FERIA — The race to fill the unexpired term for city commissioner Place 2 will be over soon for the two political newcomers who have their name on the ballot.

Guilty plea in Tiffany Galvan murder  Brownsville Herald

Maria Esther Lerma Galvan was calm and composed Thursday morning after her daughter's murderer pleaded guilty to stabbing the 17-year-old to death.

Los Fresnos vs. Rivera basketball  Brownsville Herald

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Sugar Land woman indicted after deadly Spring Break crash on South Padre  KHOU

A grand jury has indicted a 21-year-old Sugar Land woman on nine felony charges roughly six months after she killed another woman during Spring Break, ...

Bryan Police arrest suspected synthetic marijuana dealer  KBTX

Police had been watching the 18-year-old for months after reports he was dealing K2 out of his home.

Appeals court upholds conviction of teen who murdered ex-girlfriend  KGBT-TV

The 13th Court of Appeals upheld the conviction and sentencing of Javier De La Rosa Jr., who stabbed his ex-girlfriend 48 times and dumped her body at a ...

Joe Jon Finley Joins Coaching Staff

COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri Head Football Coach Barry Odom has added Joe Jon Finley to his new coaching staff, as announced today. Finley will ...

Stacey Martin named Slaton Football Coach/AD  KCBD-TV

Slaton announced Tuesday morning that Stacey Martin has been hired for the position of Head Football Coach and Athletic Director.

UTSA Top Scholar program celebrates 5 years of excellence  UTSA Today

The 2017-18 UTSA Top Scholars. The new cohort of UTSA Top Scholars for 2017. The new 2017 cohort of UTSA Top Scholars. (Sept. 8, 2017) -- The Top ...

Brownsville teen to remain in custody for girl's murder  KGBT-TV

A juvenile justice judge ordered a Brownsville teenager to remain custody for the murder of Los Fresnos High School student Tiffany Galvan.

Finley named Big Spring Athletic Director/ Head Football Coach

Clint Finley will be Big Spring High School's new athletic director and head football coach.

New chief in town | Community  Rockwall County Herald Banner

Kirk Riggs may not be battling the drug lords of Colombia, but he is following in the footsteps of his father and brother.

Business woman credits TSTC for success  Valley morning Star

From humble beginnings to a successful career, Edna Posada has made a name for herself, and she credits the education she received at Texas State ...

Navy continues to spark students' interest in STEM with HESTEC SeaPerch Challenge  DVIDS

HARLINGEN, Texas – Continuing to spark students' interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), Sailors of Navy Recruiting District ...

Southmost Veterans' Day Parade returns Saturday  Brownsville Herald

The Southmost Veterans' Day Parade will return Saturday for its 19th annual celebration of residents who have served in the armed forces. The parade down ...

Latest book examines city's relationship with river and resacas  Brownsville Herald

In his latest book, “Brownsville's River and Resacas,” local historian and author Carl S. Chilton Jr. wades into the city's relationship with the Rio Grande and its ...

STC gets nearly $1 million to support workforce training and equipment  Brownsville Herald

McALLEN — South Texas College and many of its industry partners are kicking off the new year with three grants totaling nearly $1 million for workforce training.

CBP deploys helicopter day after military arrives in Harlingen  Brownsville Herald

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter buzzing over Brownsville's three international bridges is part of continued exercises the federal government is ...

Woman puts communication skills to use for training plans  Tyler Morning Telegraph

Ashley Kutach had law-school aspirations for a spell but ultimately decided that corporate training is where she belonged.

Trump threat panned: Border alliance says closing border would hurt economy  Brownsville Herald

It's been a week since the president threatened to close the entire U.S.-Mexico border over funding for his border wall, and even if it's much easier said than ...

Zoo Nights and Lights starts Friday  Brownsville Herald

Zoo Nights and Lights returns to the Gladys Porter Zoo this weekend, offering the chance to see the zoo all decked out for the holidays and at the same time ...

Fifth man arrested in Medicare fraud investigation  Brownsville Herald

Four men accused of conspiring two defraud Medicare out of $150 million through phony hospice and home healthcare services have pleaded not guilty and a ...

LNG terminal construction would begin in 2020  Brownsville Herald

Texas LNG Brownsville LLC, one of three companies that have proposed building liquefied natural gas export terminals at the Port of Brownsville, says it has ...

County official files complaint against DPS agents  Brownsville Herald

Cameron County Tax Assessor-Collector Tony Yzaguirre Jr. and five of his office's employees swept up in a 2016 bribery investigation dubbed “Operation Dirty ...

Community members meet with the city manager finalists  Brownsville Herald

A group of community members, local advocates, business people and city employees attended a meet-and-greet Monday afternoon to chat with the three ...

Acciona begins construction of second wind farm in county  Brownsville Herald

RIO HONDO — Buoyed by the success of their San Roman wind farm, construction on Acciona Energy's second Cameron County facility has begun.

Suspended Delgado to remain on appeals court  Brownsville Herald

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct suspended 13th Court of Appeals Justice Rodolfo “Rudy” Delgado without pay Wednesday — about two hours after ...

Trump pushes for wall on Rio Grande visit  Brownsville Herald

WASHINGTON - Standing along the Rio Grande, President Donald Trump says "a lot of the crime in our country is caused by what's coming through here."

Parks department hopes to cut wait times through online reservations  Brownsville Herald

Winter Texans and locals alike are wading into new territory when it comes to securing their spots in Cameron County coastal parks, and the department head ...

Report details cyclist death  Brownsville Herald

A basic Texas Department of Transportation crash report indicates that a 71-year-old Harlingen man has been charged with criminally negligent homicide in the ...

Troubled waters: Disturbance in the Gulf opens 'window of uncertainty' in RGV  Brownsville Herald

As the nation's attention is on Hurricane Florence barreling toward the Carolinas, a storm approaching the Texas Gulf Coast has local emergency management ...

Officials celebrate start of resaca restoration project  Brownsville Herald

Brownsville officials planted three Montezuma Cypress seedlings Tuesday on the banks of Resaca Boulevard, a symbolic act signaling the start of a project that ...

United Way's Traci Wickett doesn't give up easily  Brownsville Herald

Traci Wickett learned at the tender age of 12 just how much persistence can pay off.

San Benito museum to host a pop of color  Brownsville Herald

Upon entering the San Benito Cultural Heritage Museum, visitors are greeted by large, colorful multimedia artwork and the sounds of an accordion playing ...

Deputy constable arrested on suspicion of DWI  Brownsville Herald

A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested a Hidalgo County Precinct 4 deputy constable Saturday morning on a driving while intoxicated charge.

Cotton grower uses colorful wrapping to raise breast cancer awareness  Brownsville Herald

Drivers traveling along East Monte Cristo Road or Farm-to-Market Road 1015 may have spotted an unusual sight along the roadway last month — what, from a ...

African dust arrives in the Rio Grande Valley  Brownsville Herald

Matthew Brady, a meteorologist with the National Weather *Service* at Brownsville, said a dust layer called the Saharan Air Layer, which originates from the ...

Sun, Earth, Universe exhibit arrives at the Children's Museum of Brownsville  Valley morning Star

The Children's Museum of Brownsville is kicking off 2019 in a big way, hosting a brand new and ambitious space-themed exhibit, "Sun, Earth, Universe."

Hanna tops Edinburg North on PKs  Brownsville Herald

The latter is what happened Saturday during Hanna's Class 6A bi-district match at Edinburg North as it appeared for a good while the Golden Eagles were going ...

Artists win $350K grant for small business initiative  Brownsville Herald

Artist Nansi Guevara said there's still work to be done preparing the Taller de Permiso, or Permission Workshop, headquarters on East 14th Street into a ...

Adopt-A-Beach cleanups to be held Saturday  Brownsville Herald

If you enjoy spending time on the Island consider spending time at this weekend's Adopt-A-Beach.

Pedro Fernandez named 2017 Mr. Amigo  Brownsville Herald

Mexican singer, songwriter, actor and television host Pedro Fernandez was revealed as Mr. Amigo 2017 in a ceremony and poster-unveiling Friday morning at ...

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