Brownsville

Brownsville's only vinyl record store attracts younger crowd

 "I like music," said Juan's Music & Collectibles owner Juan Garcia. "I always liked music and I always love to listen to music so that's why I opened it...a record to me in a good stereo sounds better."

Brownsville's health officials' continuing battle with mosquitos

The Rio Grande Valley has seen rain in the last few weeks.

City of Brownsville to host SpaceX celebration event

The City of Brownsville will be hosting a SpaceX celebration event this September. The event is scheduled for Monday, September 22nd at the Brownsville Sports Park from 5:30-8 p.m. and open to the public.

Customers chase down and detain man accused of stealing money from cash register

Two customers checking out  at a local grocery store became involved in chasing down and detaining a man accused of stealing money.

I-69 temporarily narrowed to two lanes

Construction work on I-69 near Rancho Viejo is getting serious. Today, contractors squeezed the six lane road down to only two lanes - one northbound and one southbound.

Shortage of local ambulances causes concern

"Our concern is that the city has outgrown the EMS system," said Brownsville Firefighters Association president Carlos Elizondo.

Pet owners resort to Facebook to find their lost pets

Brownsville’s social media world is filling up with posts about lost pets.

Brownsville PD warning BPUB customers of phone scam

The Brownsville Police Department has received several reports in the last two weeks about a scam involving BPUB customers to pay their bill with pre-paid cards.

I69E/US77 north and southbound lanes to be closed for connector project

The Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority announced that I69E/US77 north and southbound lanes will be closed due to construction of the SH550 connector project.

$481K to improve quality of life in Brownsville

Every year, Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation takes a quarter percent of the city's sales tax for projects that improve the quality of life in the community.

Cocaine seizure at Brownsville Port of Entry keeps drugs off street

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers intercepted a load of cocaine, before it could make it to U.S. streets at the Brownsville and Matamoros International Bridge.

Driver and passenger charged with seven counts of smuggling of illegal immigrants

Two men have been charged with seven counts human smuggling after fleeing the scene of an accident and leaving their passengers behind.

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's segment of "Pet of the Week", we're going to introduce you to two pups named Bruno and Rey.

HEB cooks free meals for local Firefighters

Today more than 500 HEB employees in the Rio Grande Valley visited with local fire stations as part of their ‘Helping Heroes’ volunteer program.