Hundreds of Val Verde County residents lined up at the county fairgrounds Wednesday for a food distribution event
Former Del Rioan Oliver Pepper recently returned to visit relatives who still live in the Queen City and said he is contemplating a permanent move back to the border
Monday dawned damp and gray. Low gray clouds hung heavy in the sky, and the air smelled like rain
Since restarting its dangerous buildings program in late 2019, seven substandard vacant buildings have been demolished, and four have been secured or are being repaired by their owners
A split Val Verde County Commissioners Court voted down a motion to continue paying overtime for food distribution efforts
Del Rio City Council members on Tuesday extended the city’s existing declaration of public health emergency until June 15
Jesus M. Limones Jr. hadn’t yet reached his 20th birthday when he died in Vietnam, more than 8,500 miles from his home in Del Rio.