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Official podcast for the Rio Grande Guardian, the first online newspaper to launch on the South Texas border, starting out in July, 2005. The Rio Grande Guardian has an excellent reputation for accurate and thorough news reporting, with a specialty for border business, legislative, political, healthcare, environment, and education issues.

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Official podcast for the Rio Grande Guardian, the first online newspaper to launch on the South Texas border, starting out in July, 2005. The Rio Grande Guardian has an excellent reputation for accurate and thorough news reporting, with a specialty for border business, legislative, political, healthcare, environment, and education issues.

    Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell delivers his State of the City Address

    Harlingen Mayor Chris Boswell delivers his State of the City Address

    Thousands of new jobs coming to Harlingen

    • 43 min
    Viva Aerobus now offering direct flights from Harlingen, Texas, to Monterrey, Mexico

    Viva Aerobus now offering direct flights from Harlingen, Texas, to Monterrey, Mexico

    Mexican consul Juan Carlos Cue Vega says new service provides a great commercial opportunity for Harlingen.

    • 22 min
    Gonzalez: Cartels have made $1.2 billion this year delivering migrants into United States

    Gonzalez: Cartels have made $1.2 billion this year delivering migrants into United States

    Congressman wants to see asylum hearings for Central Americans held on the Mexico-Guatemala border.

    • 33 min
    Meet the Candidate: Dr. Shahid Rashid

    Meet the Candidate: Dr. Shahid Rashid

    An interview with one of the fiat candidates running for mayor of McAllen.

    • 43 min
    Meet the Candidate: Veronica Vela Whitacre

    Meet the Candidate: Veronica Vela Whitacre

    An interview with one of the five candidates running for mayor of McAllen.

    • 32 min
    RGV in national spotlight but no local public radio or TV to cover it

    RGV in national spotlight but no local public radio or TV to cover it

    Nonprofit says federal infrastructure dollars should be used to bring back NPR to the Rio Grande Valley.

    • 3 min

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