Brownsville

D.A Saenz to extradite convicted murderer Livingston from India

Today, Cameron County's District Attorney Luis Saenz gets good news all the way from India. Indian authorities have approved the extradition of Amit Livingston, convicted murderer of Hermila Garcia Hernandez.

Officials advise taking caution in "gifting" pets

Surprising someone with a pet for Christmas could help that person gain a friend for life. But every situation has a flip side.

Brownsville's last Cyclobia of the year

Brownsville's last Cyclobia of the year is coming up this Sunday. This makes it the 4th of 2014 and the 8th Cyclobia since it began 3 years ago.

Pet of the Week - Lola & Tina

On this Monday's "Pet of the Week", we're going to introduce you to Lola and Tina, two puppies from the Brownsville Animal Shelter looking for forever homes.

Despite rain, Brownsville Christmas Parade still "on"

Our day of rain in the Lower Valley was threatening plans for tonight's big Brownsville Christmas Parade. But now that skies are clearing up, officials are still greenlighting the festivities, which are set to begin at 7 p.m.

Final 2014 Cyclobia event to be held in downtown Brownsville

The City of Brownsville will be hosting it's last Cyclobia event for 2014 this coming Sunday. This event  will occur on Sunday, December 14th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the downtown area.

A sneak peek of UTB's 'Home for the Holidays' Concert

UTB's biggest fundraising concert of the year, “Home for the Holidays’ is here. Today, the large collection of ensembles which include their Symphony Orchestra, are busy rehearsing for the big night tomorrow.

Heart attack cause of death for woman found dead at border fence

Brownsville police now know more about the woman found dead near the border fence earlier this week. The woman has been identified as Judith Orfa Jimene Pereira, 31, of Honduras.

College of Education celebrates achieving the ‘gold standard’ in national accreditation

Faculty of The University of Texas at Brownsville College of Education and public school educators gathered to celebrate at the official announcement of the College of Education’s accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of

'No Refusal' policy enforcement continues in Brownsville

Just last week, the state’s highest court of appeals ruled a DWI blood test without a warrant unconstitutional. This is following the 2012 DWI case where police forced a blood draw on a suspect under the No Refusal law.

Teen charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon

A Brownsville teen is arrested after using a pellet gun to collect a debit. Officers were called to a home on the 2700 block of Naples Street in reference to a disturbance.

Six individuals plead guilty to illegally purchasing weapons

Six individuals, from the lower Valley, have pleaded guilty to illegally purchasing firearms.

DA Saenz chosen as chairman of South Texas Partnership

District Attorney Luis V. Saenz became chairman Wednesday of the Southwest Border High-Intensity Drug-Trafficking Areas South Texas Partnership.

Traumatic Brain Injury patients have increased risk of dementia

New research sheds light on why traumatic brain injury patients have an increased risk of dementia later in life. It appears that a blow to the head may impair the brain's ability to clear waste.

Brownsville Christmas tree business already selling out

It's not even Christmas yet, and Oregon Hills Trees in Brownsville is nearly sold out. In fact, the trees you see here are the last batch they'll be getting for the year.