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Located on the US - Mexico border, Mission is part of the Mission-McAllen-Edinburg metro area.

Population: 80
Local Newspapers: Progress Times
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Local Colleges: South Texas College

Zip Codes associated with mission, texas: 78572 78574
Towns/Cities near mission, texas : McAllen Pharr Edinburg Alton Palmhurst La Homa La Joya Alamo Citrus City

Mission News
Texas Renaissance Festival announces themed weekends

The nation's largest Renaissance-themed event, this year's Texas Renaissance Festival runs from September 29 to November 25 in Todd Mission, Texas, 50 miles northwest of downtown Houston. In 2017, Texas Renaissance Festival says they saw its second highest attendance season, welcoming a total of 644,917 attendees, while facilitating 63 weddings, the most recorded in a single season.

Mission stands against Census citizenship question

In agreement with Hidalgo County, the City Council here voted to publicly oppose a decision by the federal government to place a citizenship question in the 2020 U.S. Census. The council unanimously adopted a resolution opposing the citizenship question due to the concern that it would lead to an undercount of the population.

This Week in Agribusiness - April 21, 2018

Max Armstrong and Mike Adams look at planting conditions around the country, the farm bill debate, get a tech update and dig into the dairy market; and they talk with Orion Samuelson Max Armstrong and Mike Adams open this week's show with a report from Delaney Howell who talks with farmers about the weather and how it's impacting planting. Max and Mike talk markets with Donna Hughes, Daniels Trading, including a look at the weather, fires and other factors impacting the market.

Poll: Most Texas voters oppose border wall

United States Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speaks to the local news media against the backdrop of the border wall this month in Hidalgo, Texas. The new head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security says she hopes construction on a border wall will begin soon.

Brise o firm's owners face new theft charge

The owners of a Rio Grande Valley construction firm accused of targeting Spanish-speaking customers in a home building scam are facing a new criminal theft charge. Adelina BriseA o and her daughter, Alejandra Melendez, were charged with third-degree property theft stemming from an October 2016 sale of a home that was to be built by their Mission-based company, BriseA o Construction.

APNewsBreak: California rejects border duties for troops

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On the lower Rio Grande, a glimpse at the border Trump wants

In this July 24, 2014, file photo, a bend in the Rio Grand is viewed from a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter on patrol over in Mission, Texas. As hundreds of National Guard troops deploy to the U.S-Mexico border, residents of Texas' southernmost border region are fearful of the impact President Donald Trump's border wall will have.

On the lower Rio Grande, a glimpse at the border Trump wants

In this July 24, 2014, file photo, a bend in the Rio Grand is viewed from a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter on patrol over in Mission, Texas. As hundreds of National Guard troops deploy to the U.S-Mexico border, residents of Texas' southernmost border region are fearful of the impact President Donald Trump's border wall will have.

On the lower Rio Grande, a glimpse at the border Trump wants

In this July 24, 2014, file photo, a bend in the Rio Grand is viewed from a Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter on patrol over in Mission, Texas. As hundreds of National Guard troops deploy to the U.S-Mexico border, residents of Texas' southernmost border region are fearful of the impact President Donald Trump's border wall will have.

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Taxes shouldn't be the only important paperwork local residents attend to in April, as Valley Baptist Medical Center-Harlingen's Pastoral Services staff want to encourage individuals to make time to plan for their future healthcare decisions throughout the rest of the month.

US Border agents dump man who 'looks' Mexican

US Border Patrol agents look for immigrants crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico to the United States near Mission, Texas, on July 24, 2014 A newly released video shows U.S. Border Patrol agents attempting to return an injured man to Mexico, claiming he "looks" Mexican.

Ex-CBP officer accused of bribery gets supervised release

A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer was sentenced Monday after spending the better part of two years in solitary confinement. Julio Cesar Trujillo, who spent nearly 600 days in custody, was sentenced to time served with an additional two years supervised release, court records show.

Attorneys say questions about O'cana's residency would hold little weight in court

Any challenge to mayoral candidate Armando O'caA a's residency - a hot topic during recent Mission City Council meetings - is unlikely to prevail in court, according to three attorneys familiar with Texas law. Questions about whether or not City Councilman Armando "Doc" O'caA a actually lives in Mission surfaced in mid-February, when businessman Tomas Tijerina addressed the City Council during public comment.

Sessions orders 'zero tolerance' policy to prosecute migrants at border

A 4-year-old boy from Honduras approached a police officer in Anzaldulas Park in 2014 after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico in Mission. Child welfare advocates blamed the surge of unaccompanied children that year to a growing "humanitarian crisis" caused by rampant gang and cartel violence in Central America.

Bondsman found liable for $50,000 bond after client fails to appear in court

A bondsman will have to pay the county $50,000 after a jury decided Tuesday that he is liable after his client failed to appear in court. Mission-based bondsman Arnoldo Corpus posted bond for former district clerk Omar Guerrero in May 2013, and Guerrero failed to appear for his arraignment a few months later.

Man Wanted for Sexual Assault and Indecency with a Child Turned...

A man wanted out of Mission, Texas for sexual assault and indecency with a child, both 2nd degree felonies, is now in custody after turning himself in to Customs and Border Protection officers at the Hidalgo Port of Entry. "Our officers' commitment to keep our community safe includes the apprehension of felons with outstanding warrants," said Port Director Carlos Rodriguez, Hidalgo/Pharr/Anzaludas Port of Entry.

San Antonio Missions Tour with a Native Narrative

It's called Alamo City for a reason. Pretty much everyone in San Antonio has seen the Alamo.

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