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Lonnie Correa, former city mayor, commissioner, dies at 54

Orlando “ Lonnie” Correa, a former mayor and commissioner for the city of Raymondville, has died. More...

2 Secret Service officers to be fired after fence-jumping

EAGLE PASS, Texas (AP) Two Secret Service officers who were on duty the night a man jumped the White House fence and spent 17 minutes roaming the grounds have been told the agency intends to fire them.  That's according to a congressional aide w More...

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TWO VEHICLE ACCIDENT EARLY THURSDAY MORNING - According to a report by Raymondville Police Dept., a blue Ford Fusion was traveling southbound at the intersection of Bus. More...

RHS Athletic Booster Club Meeting

There will be a Raymondville Athletic Booster Club meeting on Monday, April 24, 6:30 p.m. in the RHS Gym, Room 102- G, One Bearkat Blvd., Raymondville, TX.   More...

After 3 years of losing, Herman trying to change Texas

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Tom Herman had barely accepted the job at Texas when he sent a strong message to his new players and those who had been fiercely loyal to Charlie Strong. Change was coming. More...

Records: Driver who collided with church bus had taken pills

UVALDE, Texas (AP) A 20- year-old man whose pickup collided with a church minibus last month in rural Texas, killing 13 people, told state troopers he had taken prescription medication before driving and had marijuana in his truck, according to court More...

‘Fast and the Furious’ on road to record global debut

LOS ANGELES ( AP) The eighth installment in the ``Fast and the Furious'' is on the path to becoming the biggest worldwide debut of all time, besting both `` Star Wars: The Force Awakens'' and `` Jurassic World.''  More...

Diver participating in search for Fort Hood motorist dies

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) A volunteer diver participating in the week-long search for a missing motorist at Fort Hood has died after being found in distress over the weekend at the sprawling Army post.  More...

Tough Texas 'sanctuary cities' bill moves closer to approval

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) A tough Texas anti-"sanctuary cities'' bill that threatens to throw county sheriffs and small-town constables in jail if they refuse to help enforce federal immigration law looks to be on the fast-track toward passage in the state' More...

Earth Day to be celebrated at La Jarra Assisted Living Center

Earth Day is this Saturday, April 22 and, to commemorate such occasion, La Jarra Assisted Living will host several events.  A 1 mile walk and a 5k run will kick off the activities.  The walk is for people of all ages who prefer going at a s More...

Police investigate shooting that left a man injured

A Raymondville man was shot in the arm on Sunday morning and police are yet to find a motive.  The incident took place about 4 a. m. More...

Twins from El Paso, WWII veterans, celebrate 92nd birthdays

EL PASO, Texas (AP) - As children, twins Manuel Luis “Manny” Santoscoy and Luis Manuel “Louis” Santoscoy were best friends.  The El Paso Times reports their mom dressed them alike and from their Central El Paso backyard, More...

MGMS News

Sports News  The only remaining  sports this year are baseball and softball. Both the MGMS baseball and softball  teams return to action this week by hosting La Sara on Thursday. First pitch is set for 5:00 PM in both games. More...

Texas getting first alien detention center built under Trump

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) A private prison company announced Thursday it has won a $110-million federal contract to build in Texas the first new alien detention center under the Trump administration. More...

DPS Trooper helps baby in distress

WESLACO, TX - A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper is being credited for helping save the life of a baby who was having difficulty breathing Thursday in Cameron County.  More...

Rock-throwing suspect pleads guilty, gets 40-year term

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) A man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for a series of Interstate 35 rock-throwing incidents in the Austin area of Central Texas that injured at least three motorists, including one who suffered brain damage.  More...

Galveston hotel security guard dies of gunshot wounds

GALVESTON, Texas (AP) Galveston police say a security guard shot a week ago while walking around the parking lot of a beachfront resort hotel has died of his injuries.  More...

ONLY IN WILLACY CO?

ONLY IN WILLACY CO? Probably not! More...

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