by Benjamin Treviño | March 30th, 2022 | Pedestrian Accident, Recent News

Harlingen man dies in auto-pedestrian crash

(Harlingen, Texas) The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is investigating a fatal March 29 auto-pedestrian accident. The incident happened just after 10 p.m. on Wilson Road east of South Fork Drive in Primera, according to DPS troopers. A preliminary investigation of the crash indicates the victim was walking across Wilson Road east of South… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | March 28th, 2022 | Driving Tips, General

Rolling stop cited in crash that killed six high school girls

Rolling stop cited in crash that killed six high school girls (Tishomingo, Oklahoma) Witnesses say a rolling stop may have been a factor in a crash that claimed the lives of six teenage girls. The accident happened March 22 in the small town of Toshimingo, about 122 miles south of Oklahoma City. The girls were… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | March 17th, 2022 | Auto Accident, General

DPS identifies victim in deadly Willacy County rollover crash

March 13, 2022 The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has identified the driver who died in March 12 a one-car rollover crash. The victim is identified as 27-year-old Lorenzo Garcia Jr. of Raymondville. According to a preliminary investigation, Garcia was traveling northbound on Lopez Road when he lost control of his vehicle, and it… Read More

Bus Accident

by Benjamin Treviño | March 17th, 2022 | Bus Accidents, General, News

9 dead in west Texas crash involving bus carrying University of the Southwest golf teams

(Andrews County, Texas) Nine people died in a March 16 head-on collision in West Texas. The victims included six students and a coach from a New Mexico university who were returning home from a golf tournament. Also killed were the driver of the truck involved in the accident, and a 13-year-old boy who was traveling… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | March 16th, 2022 | General

Investigation underway after car catches fire in parking lot

March 12, 2022 (Pharr) According to the Pharr Police Department, a car inexplicably caught fire Saturday (March 12) outside a local restaurant. The blaze happened near the corner of Jackson Road and Sam Houston Boulevard. A city spokesperson says the owner of the vehicle was able to get out of the burning car before being… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | March 4th, 2022 | Driving Tips, General

Wintry weather safe driving tips

It’s no secret that wintry weather conditions such as snow, sleet, and freezing rain can cause safety issues for drivers. That’s why it’s essential to take proper precautions for yourself, your loved ones, and your vehicle. Adopting a different driving style will also help you avoid tough situations. Here are some useful tips for safely… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | March 1st, 2022 | Community

Charro Days provides boost to Brownsville economy

According to the book “Charro Days in Brownsville,” by historians Anthony Knopp, Manuel Medrano, and Priscilla Rodríguez, Charro Days came to life in 1937, at the tail end of the Great Depression. Inspired by Mission’s Citrus Fiesta, businessman Kenneth Faxon developed the idea as a way to lift his city’s spirits, and draw tourist dollars… Read More

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