Hundreds of Veterans Memorial HS girls "Check it Out"

"Check it Out" is a Breast Cancer Awareness Presentation sponsored by the Brownsville Independent School District, Valley Baptist Medical Center and Haddasah.

No weapons found after lockdown at Pace HS

It's all over now, but Pace High School in Brownsville went on lockdown this afternoon after a male student told other students that he has in possession of marijuana and a weapon.

Rain conditions cancel Harlingen's 'Fall Litter Bash'

Keep Harlingen Beautiful cancels the “Fall Litter Bash” originally scheduled for Saturday, November 8th, due to wet conditions.

Player of the Week: Rivera High School's Danny "The Coach" Elizondo

Newscenter23 and Chevy dealers have team up to bring you The Chevy High School Football Player of the week.

St. Joseph's Academy prepares for active shooter situation

St. Joseph's Academy in Brownsville received a surprise visit from the SWAT team and local police departments to simulate an active shooter emergency situation.

Cameron County's Republican Judge Cascos wins again in heavy Democrat county

Cameron County Judge Carlos Cascos wins the midterm election again. In 2010 he won by a margin of 69 votes. This time... by almost a 4,000-vote margin.

Why the 10+ hour delay for Cameron County's final vote count?

Cameron County's final vote count was delayed for more than 10 hours. Cameron County's elections office left valley residents concerned and waiting for final results until this morning.

Militia men indicted for unlawful possession of firearms

Kevin Lyndel Massey and John Frederick Foerster have been indicted for unlawful possession of firearms, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Valley ebola expert counsels Gov Rick Perry's Ebola Task Force on what's next

The Regional Dean at the University of Texas School of Public Health, Dr. Joseph McCormick was recently asked to counsel Governor Rick Perry’s ebola task force.

I Want to Know: Tower-like structure at Oliveira Park

Continuing our series of reports on "I Want to Know..." Anyone who's attended Pace High School since the late 60s has seen this tower-like structure next door over at Oliveira park.

San Juan man sentenced to prison for narcotics trafficking

Francisco Chavez-Arriaga, 50, of San Juan, has been ordered to prison following his conviction of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 10 kilograms of methamphetamine and five kilograms of cocaine, announced U.S.

Cameron County Public Works begins next phase of Cameron Park project

Cameron County officials will begin in the next phase of improving roads and drainage for residents of Cameron Park.

Pet of the Week: Harriet and Valerie

On this Monday's Pet of the Week, we're introducing you to Harriet and Valerie.

Brownsville moves forward with 6th Street Project

After careful consideration of traffic studies, citizen concerns and overall safety in the Mitte Cultural District, the City of Brownsville has decided to move forward with the 6th Street Project.

Leftover Halloween candy goes to benefit troops overseas

Halloween left us two days ago, but all that halloween candy has not! For father and dentist Dr. David Pedley seeing his kids still working on that sweettooth, is a problem.