Man convicted for murdering two men over $500 debt sentenced to 45 years in prison

A jury in the 107th state District Court gave Brownsville resident Randall Bolivar  to 45-years in prison for the shooting d

Brownsville's "The Challenge" program helping in making healthy lifestyle changes

The City of Brownsville hopes to help individuals meet their weight loss goals while learning to make lifestyle changes. Na'Tassia Finley reports the city is offering nutritional and fitness classes to encourage citywide weight loss.

Man found guilty for murdering two men over $500 debt

A jury in the 107th state District Court found Randall Bolivar guilty of a February 2009 Brownsville murder.

Jury finds Harlingen man guilty of burglary

A jury found Harlingen resident Michael David Ramirez guilty of second-degree robbery he committed in June 2013.

UTB's online graduate degree programs receive national rankings

– The University of Texas at Brownsville has been recognized by a nationwide magazine for its online education programs.

Brownsville Community Improvement Corp. releases projects on tap for 2014

The Brownsville Community Improvement Corp. will fund and promote a diverse set of projects to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods throughout Brownsville, as part of its 2013‐2014 funding cycle.

CBP seizes $648,000 in cocaine at Brownsville port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Brownsville Gateway International Bridge seized cocaine valued at approximately $648,000 that was discovered in a vehicle driven by a Matamoros man.

Brownsville PUB warns customers about phone scam

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) warns utility customers of a theft scam involving unsolicited phone calls in which callers claiming to work for BPUB pressure victims by saying they are at risk of having services disconnected becau

Citizens Against Voter Abuse hands out voter information flyers to elderly

Early voting for the March 2014 primary elections begins in almost a month and Na'Tassia Finley reports how one group in the Valley is trying to eliminate voter fraud.

Downtown Brownsville parking meters will triple in price

After a city commission meeting last month, Brownsville officials announced that downtown parking meters will increase from 25 cents per hour to 75 cents per hour.

Ozanam Center open for those needing protection from the cold weather

Temperatures have been cold lately, far more than what we're used to. It prompted shelters across the Valley to prepare for those individuals looking for protection from cold, Na'Tassia Finley reports from the Ozanam Center.

Pet of the Week Segment

Each week we bring you two pets looking for their forever home. This week, it's Jack and Jill. "My name is Robert Dippong. I'm the supervisor for the Brownsville Animal Regulation and Care Center.

Animals must be brought inside at freezing temps

A cold front is hovering over the Valley today, but people aren't the only ones affected by the cold weather. Animals in the Valley aren't immune to cold.

Brownsville to start curbside recycling next Monday

A Brownsville committee is doing its part to ring in the new year in an environmentally friendly way: prepping for curbside recycling, which starts Monday, in 1200 homes in the four different districts of Brownsville.

City of Brownsville to kick-off fitness challenge

The Challenge, formally known as Brownsville's Biggest Loser, is getting ready to kick-off it's sixth event.