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05/29/2020

Edinburg woman accused of shooting husband indicted

A Hidalgo County grand jury has indicted an Edinburg woman on a murder charge over allegations that she shot and killed her husband. Karla Marlen Deleon, 49, is accused of shooting her husband, Hector Deleon, on Dec. 8, 2019. She is scheduled to appear for arraignment next Tuesday. Read the full story at themonitor.com Read READ MORE.
05/28/2020

215 of 537 coronavirus cases active in Hidalgo Co.

EDINBURG – Hidalgo County announced another 21 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday evening, bringing the total for the county to 537. Of those cases, 215 remain active, with 16 individuals hospitalized – three of them in intensive care units. “I know we all would like for this disease to go away,” county Judge Richard F. READ MORE.
Hidalgo County: With nearly 3,000 tests ...05/28/2020

Hidalgo County: With nearly 3,000 tests …

With nearly 3,000 tests pending, another 21 people tested positive for COVID-19. New total known cases of virus is 537. Growth in number of tests are due to active mobile test sites & 730 patients/staff tested at 4 McAllen nursing homes. Tests done by TDEM, military & EMTF-11. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
05/27/2020

South Texas Literacy Coalition Hosts Virtual Activities

EDINBURG – The South Texas Literacy Coalition (STLC) continues to host fun and educational literacy virtual activities for students and families to take part in during summer break and continued social distancing requirements.These following activities are scheduled this week:· Wednesday, May 27th at 12pm – Live Read Along with Author Laura J. Numeroff […] Read READ MORE.
05/27/2020

Mayors critical of virus relief allocations

Nearly a dozen mayors from small cities across Hidalgo County descended on Tuesday’s commissioners court meeting to air their concerns about the allocation of coronavirus relief funds – a week after county commissioners decided their cities would receive less money because of their populations. The mayors of Palmview, Peñitas, Alton, Granjeno, Palmhurst, Edcouch, Donna, Elsa, READ MORE.

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