Questions of infidelity leads to couple being arrested for child endangerment

Questions of infidelity has lead to a couple being arrested for child endangerment.

Police searching for suspect wanted in convenience store robbery

Brownsville police are searching for a second suspect involved in the robbery of a local convenience store back in June.

Third suspect in kidnapping case served arrest warrant

A third suspect in a kidnapping case has been served an arrest warrant for his alleged involvement. Gerardo Bazan, 29, has been charged with aggravated kidnapping and organized criminal activity.

HEB Issues Precautionary Recall on Certain Meats

(SAN ANTONIO) – H-E-B, committed to ensuring the safety of its products, is issuing a precautionary recall of several beef market items in stores throughout Texas due to the possible presence of foreign material in the meat.

6th Street approved to be narrowed

In a 4-2 vote at Brownsville's city commission meeting last night, the 6th Street project was officially approved to be implemented soon.

High speed chase ends with arrests and seizure of counterfeit money

The Cameron County District Attorney’s Office Special Investigations Unit arrested two individuals Monday after a vehicular chase led to $43,400 in counterfeit $100 bills.

Brownsville will host public hearing on 6th Street project

The 6th Street Intersection in the Mitte Cultural District is one of the most popular intersections for people to culminate. It's right in the heart of the city and nearby an art museum, middle school, and the Gladys Porter Zoo.

Eleven individuals indicted in Civil Service exam cheating scandal

A Cameron County grand jury has indicted eleven individuals involved in a cheating scandal taking place in September 2013.

Brownsville officials break ground for new parking garage

Today marked the groundbreaking for a new four-story parking garage in Brownsville. Crews are in the process of constructing the parking garage, which is in its final phase.

City of Brownsville Fourth of July events

The City of Brownsville invites everyone to the Salute to Freedom Festival from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, July 4, 2014, at the Brownsville Sports Park.

Laguna Heights man found guilty of assault of a family member

A jury found Laguna Heights resident Joel Martinez guilty late Wednesday of assault family/household member with previous conviction.

UTB group finishes in top 20 in Worldwide Computer Programming Contest in Russia

The University of Texas at Brownsville finished 19th out of 122 teams at the 38th Association for Computing Machinery – International Collegiate Programming Contest on Wednesday, June 25 at Ural Federal University in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

Valley recognizes National HIV Testing Day

Today is National HIV Testing Day, and the only AIDS organization in the Valley is encouraging the community to find out their status.

Man sentenced to 50 years in prison for aggravated assault

A jury in the 357th state District Court sentenced Brownsville resident Victor Manuel Hernandez today to 50 years for a May 2012 aggravated assault with a weapon.

Fire hydrant replacements to cause water interruptions

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) will replace water hydrants during the week of June 30, which will cause temporary water interruptions for some BPUB customers.