Injury to baby has investigators questioning the mother

A suspicious injury to an infant has authorities questioning the baby's mother. A seven month old baby is being treated for a fractured skull, while the mother is behind bars.

Weather forecasters predict calmer hurricane season

Research scientists and weather experts gathered together at the National Tropical Weather Conference on South Padre Island to speak about hurricane predictions.

Alleged drunk driver arrested after causing a three car accident

An alleged drunk driver is arrested after causing a three car accident.

Police arrest man accused of stalking and sexually assaulting a teen

A man is accused of stalking and sexually assaulting a teen. Brownsville police have arrested Efrain Sanchez Lerma, 33, on an aggravated sexual assault of a child charge.

Campers wait outside for Chick-Fil-A's "First 100"

There's one day left until the new Chick-Fil-A on Boca Chica Road in Brownsville has its grand opening, but it's not just any grand opening.

Brownsville receives multiple Texas Trails Network Awards

Commissioner Rose M.Z. Gowen, M.D., and the City of Brownsville’s Planning Department were recognized by the Texas Trails Network (TTN) at the 2014 Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference held in Ft. Worth from March 26-28.

TWC provides assistance for Cameron County residents

Many residents throughout Cameron County are experiencing an economic drought. Various federal agencies provide Texas Workforce Commission with a $22 million budget that trickles down to the 28 TWC boards across the state.

Pet of the Week

It's Monday, which means it's time for Pet of the Week. "My name is Robert Dippong. I'm the shelter supervisor for the Brownsville Animal Regulation and Care Center.

Appeals court rules in favor of BFFA

It's been a long battle between the Brownsville Firefighter's Association and the city - three years to be exact.

Driver arrested for attempting to smuggle over 7 lbs. of cocaine

A man allegedly tries to smuggle cocaine into the U.S. but authorities say, they stopped him at the Gateway International bridge over the weekend.

Cameron County sheriff's office to host blood drives

For the first time, the Cameron County Sheriff's Office will be participating in the Third Annual International Blood Donation Marathon. The blood drives will take place from nine to five on Tuesday and Saturday.

Congressman Vela addresses Mexican cartel violence in DC

Congressman Filemon Vela addressed the issue of cartel violence in Tamaulipas to Homeland Security. US government officials spoke about the importance of creating a relationship with the federal government in Mexico.

UTB to cancel sports teams in fall 2015

For baseball players at UTB, this scene of an empty diamond is all too familiar. But come 2015, every other athlete in any and all sports programs at the university will be experiencing the same cuts.

Teen arrested for aggravated robbery of puppy

A Brownsville man confronts two people trying to steal his new puppy and gets knocked unconscious. Alexis Alan Azuara, 18, and a juvenile were arrested on aggravated robbery charges.

Brownsville city commissioners approve transit study for B-Metro

Brownsville city commissioners have approved moving forward with a transit market research study focusing on the B-Metro transportation service.