Brownsville

Cameron County DA's Office releases statement on Velez prison

The Cameron County District Attorney's Office released a statement in reference to the conviction of Manuel Velez being overturned and his

Brownsville man, convicted of murder, freed from prison

The ACLU of Texas has reported that a Brownsville man, convicted and sentenced to prison for murder, has been set free from prison.

Saturday garbage pickup for Brownsville residents to end Oct. 20th

The City of Brownsville announced today that Saturday residential garbage pickups will end beginning the week of October 20th.

Brownsville PUB to conduct electrical work in Brownsville Country Club

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) announces that electrical crews will be completing work in the Brownsville Country Club on Wednesday, Oct. 8 from 9 a.m. until approximately 10 a.m.

Lower heating bills expected this winter

We could see lower heating bills this winter season compared to last year. According to the Energy Department's annual prediction of winter heating costs, milder temperatures could cut heating bills.

Santeria follower and others head to prison on federal drug charges

Francisco Javier Maya, 35, has been ordered to prison following his convictions of conspiracy to possess and possession with intent to distribute approximately 1,000 pounds of marijuana, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Brownsville Public Utilities Board launches outage reporting app

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) added an outage reporting application to its website. This addition provides more capabilities and functions for BPUB customers.

Voter registration for November elections ends

Monday was the last day for prospective voters to register in this year's general election. The November election includes the governor's race along with local Cameron County and District Judge race.

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's Pet of the Week segment, we're going to introduce you two tiny pups who are looking for a forever home.

US/Mexican leaders speak on Mexican energy reform

In Brownsville, US Congressman Filemon Vela, Mexican Congressman Carlos Gonzalez, and energy industry experts spoke at length about the benefits of Mexican energy reform.

Got marrow? Be The Match asks for donors at UTB

Be The Match for bone marrow donors is hosting another drive at UT Brownsville this week. Last year they signed over 1,200 students to the registry, and this year, they are hoping that a local story will increase those numbers.

"Fighting fire with fire" during Domestic Violence Awareness month

It’s day three of Domestic Violence Awareness month. One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.

Water main break causes water loss for 750 residents

It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it. Last night around midnight, word got out about water buildup on Jaime Zapata Ave., which turned out to be caused by a water main break.

Brownsville PD asking for public's assistance in locating missing man

The Brownsville Police Department has opened a missing person case for a man who was last seen on Monday.

BPUB water main break causes water service disruption for customers

Approximately 750 Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) customers, in the areas of Coffeeport Road and Jaime Zapata Avenue, are without water this morning as crews isolate a six-inch water main break.