On Friday afternoon, Point Isabel ISD announced that Cameron County school districts received the first round of funds from the Elon Musk Foundation.

Elon Musk has raised eyebrows lately after teasing on social media the possibility that he might build his own city in South Texas near SpaceX’s Boca Chica launch site.

Performing Live for the first time in Mission Texas in over a decade, lets welcome La Mafia to the Mission Food Park. 100% Outdoor entertainment, food trucks, outdoor bars and more, we welcome you and your family to the Mission Food Park for this historic event.#events

Agents in the southernmost tip of Texas, home to SpaceX's rocket production facility and launch site, are seeing buyers and investors flock to formerly sleepy towns

Sen. Ted Cruz is no longer wearing a face mask as he walks the halls of the Capitol complex or goes to the Senate floor for debates and votes.

“As Governor of Texas, I urge you to take immediate action to combat the dangerous and deadly Mexican drug cartels,” reads the Governor’s letter.

House Bill 1927 would nix the requirement for Texas residents to obtain a license to carry handguns if they’re not prohibited by state or federal law from possessing a gun. Texans under current state law must generally be licensed to carry handguns, either openly or concealed.

Texas came uncomfortably close to another round of rolling blackouts Tuesday night because grid operators misjudged the weather.

The state’s top elected official used to have limited sway. But Abbott has steadily seized authority from the Legislature and governing boards—a process accelerated by the pandemic.

The Senate action, which must still be approved by the House, would require the governor to call a special session in order to declare a state emergency that lasts more than 30 days.

McAllen native Raul Castillo is part of the cast of Army of The Dead


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Tickets for the El Último Tour del Mundo go on sale on Friday (April 16) at noon ET.#events

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding Texans that they have until April 14 to ensure their vehicles are registered.

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