What would immigration look like in the next five years?

"Things are happening here, political decisions, judicial decisions and the phenomenon itself of undocumented immigration," says immigration expert and UTB professor Dr. Guadalupe Correa Cabrera.

Cameron County grand jury tours and assesses county jail

After taking a tour of the Cameron County Jail, a grand jury has made a positive assessment of the facility's conditions.

Gladys Porter Zoo gorilla, Katanga, passes away

It is with deep sadness that the staff of the Gladys Porter Zoo report the death of Katanga, the matriarch of its multi-generational Western lowland gorilla family.

CBP seizes over $200K in unreported currency at Gateway port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized over $200K in unreported cash at a Brownsville port of entry.

2015 Brownsville ISD Children's Charro Days Parade

Mr. Amigo 2014, Juan Osorio was also given a welcome at UTB and made a special appearance at Thursday's Brownsville ISD Children's Charro Days Parade.

Sombrero Fest kicks off!

Tonight kicks off the first night of Sombrero Fest in Brownsville. There really is something for everyone at the Charro Days celebration. "Happy Charro Day's 2015! Woo!"

Predatory tax loans becoming Valleywide issue

Meet Josue Lopez. After barely making ends meet as a truck driver during the recession, he fell behind on his property taxes.

Brownsville & Matamoros join for 'Hands Across the Border'

The celebration of friendship between the U.S and Mexico continues in Brownsville today. The Charro Days festivities are not complete without the cities coming together for Hands Across the Border.

Operation Bishop investigators raid hidden 8 liner arcade

Operation Bishop investigators raided an arcade Wednesday privately located behind a small shopping center in Brownsville.

Two Brownsville men indicted for voter fraud

Two Brownsville residents have been indicted on voter fraud charges.

Charro Days street closures

Activities for the 2015 Charro Days Fiesta are requiring several street closures this weekend. Motorists are encouraged to plan their routes and drive with caution. The following streets will be closed.

Volunteers prepare for Sombrero Fest

The 30th year of Sombrero Fest starts tomorrow, and volunteers are preparing Brownsville's Washington Park for three days of family fun. Usually, 40,000 people make their way to Sombrero Fest between Thursday and Saturday.

Construction work ends on 6th Street

After months of construction, 6th Street in Brownsville is now officially open. Now that the road has been narrowed down to two lanes, the extra space is being used so pedestrians can have more room to walk.

Valley Interfaith come together for immigration reform

President Obama's immigration action is still pending a response from federal judge Hanen after federal attorneys asked him to lift the injunction the judge placed on immigration action weeks ago.

Mr. Amigo honoree, Jaun Osorio, Charro Days schedule

Announce that Mr. Amigo 2014 honoree, Juan Osorio, has arrived in Brownsville to kick-off this week’s bi-cultural celebration. The public is invited to welcome Mr. Osorio to Brownsville.