Car accident knocks out electrical poles and power

A woman struck two electrical poles and a transformer knocking out power for some Brownsville residents on Tuesday afternoon.

Mechanic charged with aggravated sexual assault of female customer

Brownsville police arrested a Southmost man for allegedly sexually assaulting a female customer.

City of Brownsville wants to beautify community through mural art

The City of Brownsville is looking to not only beautify the community, but also send a message through art.

Moncia's House opens new facility in Cameron County

More children being victimized, means the need for increase in assistance, on Friday, Monica's House, a child advocacy center, cut the ribbon to a new facility.

Fire hydrant replacements to cause water interruptions the week of July 28th

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will replace water hydrants during the week of July 28, which will cause temporary water interruptions for some BPUB customers.

Hurricane Generators

In the event of no power in the aftermath of a hurricane even partial electricity may make life a bit more bearable.

B Metro to host "Passenger Appreciation Day"

This weekend, the city of Brownsville is hosting its second annual Passenger Appreciation Day. Free rides and activities will be offered from 2-6 p.m. at the La Plaza Terminal off of International Blvd.

Brownsville Sluggers head to 2014 Little League World Series

A Brownsville baseball team is getting the opportunity to fly to Los Angeles tomorrow to compete in the 2014 Little League World Series. The Brownsville Sluggers will compete against eight teams from around the world.

Hidalgo native serving his country in the U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps

Ramiro De Leon, a Winter 2012 graduate of The University of Texas at Brownsville, serves and represents his country in a special capacity – as a member of the prestigious United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps, the only active duty d

Installation of new wastewater line to cause closure on FM 511

Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) contractors have announced a temporary closure for a section of FM 511 (Indiana Avenue) beginning Wednesday, July 23, 2014, at approximately 5 a.m. for approximately four months.

Car chase ends with driver resisting arrest, attempting to flee and assaulting officers

A Brownsville man, who lead police in a car chase, is arrested on several charges of assault  and possession of cocaine.

Woman arrested for striking motorcyclist, evading arrest and assault of a public servant

A Brownsville woman is arrested on assault charges after concerned citizens advised officers she struck a motorcyclist and attempted to flee the scene.

TSC President Dr. Tercero becomes member of National Community College Hispanic Council

Dr. Lily F. Tercero, TSC president, assumes a new leadership role as a member of the National Community College Hispanic Council (NCCHC) Board of Directors.

Brownsville City Health Department monitoring for mosquito borne virus Chikungunya

The Brownsville City Health Department has added a new mosquito borne virus to its watch list, Na'Tassia Finley has more on what they're doing to prevent the spread of the Chikungunya virus.

Senator Lucio's statement on the deployment of the National Guard at the border

Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr. (D-Brownsville) released the following statement on the deployment of the National Guard in support of the Border Surge: