Pantry makeover teaches health & weight loss

"I finally hit a number that scared me. It helps you realize what you're doing and what could happen in the long run if you keep going on the same path," said San Benito contestant Michael Plata.

Brownsville PUB announces water interruption for customers in the Ruben Torres area

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is informing residents about a notice of water interruption on Thursday, January 29th.

New bill could allow weapons to be carried on campuses

A new bill is making its way through the Senate that would allow students, faculty, and staff members with concealed handgun licenses, to carry guns on campus and in classrooms.

Gas prices increase for the first time in months

Gasoline prices in the valley have been nose-diving since September ... But that ended today.

City of Brownsville seeks public input on federal grant funds

The City of Brownsville is seeking your input regarding how federal grant money should be used within the community.

Cameron County inmate autopsy reveals heart attack as cause of death

We now know the cause of death of an inmate at the Cameron County Jail. It's a story we first brought you three months ago. And tonight, autopsy results show he suffered from a heart attack.

Cameron County Tax Officer reminds property owners taxes are due

The Cameron County Tax Office is reminding property owners that taxes are due on Monday, February 2nd.

Brownsville man sentenced to prison for money laundering

A Brownsville man has been sentenced to prison for his involvement in a money laundering scheme.

$600 worth of appliances taken from Brownsville furniture store

One of the Furniture Row stores in Brownsville is reviewing their inventory after a break in that happened this morning.

Protest in Mexico shuts down Brownsville Veterans Bridge

Travelers wanting to go into Mexico through Brownsville's Veterans International Bridge were turned back for about two hours this afternoon.

Pet of the Week - Larry & Tina

On  this Monday's Pet of the Week, we are going to introduce you to two puppies from the Brownsville Animal Shelter who are looking for forever homes.

Boost economic growth in America starts in Brownsville

Brownsville and Mexico trade $8.4 billion annually. The U.S. Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary Jay Williams held a round table discussion with the city's economic leaders today.

Sunrise Mall expecting new stores this year

Sunrise Mall is expecting some exciting new changes to take place this year.

Brownsville ISD releases free mobile app

They say it's 24/7 access to all things BISD.

Overnight water valve work to cause minor interruption

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will conduct overnight valve maintenance work on Friday, Jan. 23, 2015, beginning at 10 p.m. and ending on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015, at approximately 8 a.m.