Brownsville

Pet of the Week: Mike and Lucy

Now it's time for the Pet of the Week segment with two cute puppies who are in need of a loving home.

Brownsville police arrest suspect in Southmost murder case

The man accused of Brownsville's first murder of the year has been arraigned. Victor Hugo Sefores went before a judge over the weekend, his bond, set at $2 million dollars.

Brownsville teacher to attend President Obama's State of the Union address

A Brownsville teacher is heading to Washington D.C. to attend President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday.

Bicyclist killed after being struck by vehicle

A bicyclist is dead after he was hit by a  vehicle on Monday morning just before 6 a.m. and investigators continue to determine how it did happen.

Brownsville man convicted for possession and distribution of meth

A federal jury has convicted Jaime Homero Guerrero of conspiracy to possess and possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Brownsville teacher to attend State of the Union Address

A Brownsville teacher will be attending the State of the Union Address as Congressman Filemon Vela's guest.

Four Cameron County officials indicted on abuse, theft and corruption charges

The district attorney's Public Integrity Unit has one very simple goal: "To address the crime in Cameron County," said Public Integrity Unit chief Victor Cortez.

Brownsville HEB to host TxDOT's Fan Van

n Brownsville, fans filling shopping carts with supplies for their home football viewing parties can also bring home a life-saving message about the dangers of drinking and driving.

Trends show younger people are less willing to enroll in Obamacare

"What we've seen here at the clinic, most of our patients, uh, that do come and apply are usually older people probably close to retirement age," said special projects coordinator Cristela Gomez.

Quilters make baby blankets for underprivileged Brownsville babies

It's the 15th year the Winter Haven Resort Border Quilters have been putting on this annual quilting bee they  call Baby Blankets for Brownsville Day.

UTB students volunteer their time on MLK Day

On a day when many were off work and from classes, hundreds of UTB students decided to get out and make a difference, Na'Tassia Finley reports many are honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

UTB volunteers prepare for MLK Day of Service

University of Texas at Brownsville is getting students lined up for Martin Luther King Day. Early Monday morning, students from UTB will gather at Gladys Porter Zoo before participating in 30 projects all around the city.

State agency investigating possible violations at a Harlingen tire recycling plant

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality is still investigating the potentially harmful emissions coming from the tire recycling plant near Harlingen, Na'Tassia Finley has been trying to contact the Director of the plant for three days

Brownsville “Doctor” sentenced in stem cell case

Francisco Morales, 54, of Brownsville, has been sentenced for his role in a conspiracy to introduce misbranded and unapproved new drugs into interstate commerce, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Brownsville selected in HUD's Strong Cities, Strong Communities Initiative

, the Obama Administration announced it is expanding the Strong Cities, Strong Communities (SC2) Initiative to include Brownsville, Texas; Flint, Mich; Gary, Indiana; Macon, Georgia; Rockford, Ill.; St.