Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering for UT Rio Grande Valley approved November 19 by UT System Board of Regents, announces Rep. Canales
Featured: University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine residents at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine students had to work on the front lines in circumstances...
RGV journalists and students encouraged to compete for Barbara Jordan Media Awards with their print or broadcast stories and images about Valleyites with disabilities, says Omar Ochoa
Featured: Gov. Greg Abbott, in this undated image taken in McAllen. Abbott was paralyzed below the waist on July 14, 1984, at age 26, when an oak tree fell on him while he was jogging following a storm. He had two steel rods implanted in his spine, underwent extensive...
DHR Health plan for $76.8 million expansion in Edinburg, which would create and retain 500 employees, praised by EEDC Board of Directors
A plan by DHR Health for a $76.8 million expansion in Edinburg, which would create and retain 500 employees, has been praised by the Edinburg Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) Board of Directors, and now goes before the Edinburg City Council on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, to inform the public and secure state legislative support.
School employees, first responders who become infected with COVID-19 would be protected with workers compensation financial and medical help under legislation authored by Rep. Terry Canales
Featured, from left: Rep. Terry Canales, D-Edinburg, who also serves as Chair, House Committee on Transportation; Sally Fraustro Guerra, President/Publisher, Socialife Magazine, and Real Estate Broker, Coldwell Banker La Mansión Real Estate; and Robert C....
Congressman González: “We have seen the devastating effects of this virus up close and personal, and we understand that it is not over.”
Although the Rio Grande Valley has less than five percent of the population of Texas, as of mid-October 2020, the region accounted for about 17 percent of COVID-19-related deaths in the Lone Star State, according to Congressman Vicente González, D-McAllen.
Rep. Óscar Longoria, Jr., D-La Joya, files for Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, would be the first bilingual Mexican-American Speaker of the 150-member legislative body
Rep. Óscar Longoria, D-La Joya, on Thursday, October 29, 2020, announced his candidacy for Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, a move that allows deep South Texas to continue generating more positive statewide news coverage for the Rio Grande Valley state legislative delegation and the region’s priorities and prominence.