MCALLEN, RGV - A community-inspired video highlighting the success and vibrancy of McAllen reflects the city’s geography and demographics. The video commercial, which is being shared on social media, points out that McAllen is part of a region that is...
MCALLEN, RGV - Carlos Rodriguez, president and CEO of R Communications, says PBS will be back as an “over the air” service in the Rio Grande Valley within the next couple of weeks. KMBH-TV has been “silent” since late January...
LA FERIA, RGV - One of the poorest parts of the country with one of the highest minority populations will have to do without “over the air” PBS for even longer. Residents in the Rio Grande Valley who cannot afford...
MCALLEN, RGV  - A problem with malfunctioning transmitters that stopped many Rio Grande Valley residents from enjoying PBS TV has gone on far too long, says U.S. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez. The McAllen congressman has written to the Public Broadcasting Service...
ALAMO - Four PSJA Memorial Early College High School students have been named to the 2016-2017 All-State Journalism staff by the University Interscholastic League (UIL). They are Sophomores Zorayda Sanchez and Josefina Martinez, Senior Roxanna Sanchez, and 2017 graduate and...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - This week's Washington Week covers two issues important to Texans - Hurricane Harvey and DACA. The WETA/PBS show, celebrating its 50th year, is moderated by Robert Costa of The Washington Post. The week's guests were Abby Livingston...
As President Donald Trump prepares to slash domestic spending, funding for public broadcasting is reportedly on his list — a horrible blow to rural, poverty-stricken communities. In many rural areas, particularly in states that lean Republican, public broadcasting stations are...
LAREDO, Texas - The National Association of Hispanic Publications brings its National Convention and Business Expo to the Rio Grande Valley next week. From October 19-22, editors, publishers and some journalists for Hispanic publications in the United States will meet...
Somewhere in my memento box I have a piece of wire copy, the paper kind, announcing a news flash from the 1980s. I was a young TV reporter in the days before the internet, and that’s how big news arrived:...
  Uncivil rhetoric is characterizing this year’s presidential campaign. But compared with the comments found on news sites across the country, the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns seem rather tame. Online comment sections have become known as places where incivility...

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