Brownsville

Brownsville Shelter up during the cold

With the rain and cold temperatures sweeping into the valley, the Brownsville shelter is expecting a crowd tonight.

UT feeds new money into new Valley UT

Officials from the UT Board of Regents joined with leaders from across the Rio Grande Valley as a ceremonial check for 196-million dollars from the permanent University fund was handed over.

Tree of Angels to be displayed at Cameron County courthouse

A Tree of Angels will be on display at the Cameron County courthouse during the holiday season adorned with personalized angel ornaments to remember the victims of crimes.

Sharing the roads with drunk drivers

What are you supposed to do when you're behind maybe an erratic or even a drunk driver on the highway?

Slow drivers on the expressway

Today’s driver's aggravation has to do with whether or not it's ever legal to drive 35 miles per hour when the speed limit is actually, 70.

Thousands attend 21st Annual HEB Feast of Sharing Dinner

After thousands of people waited in a line that wrapped all the way around the entire Jacob Brown Auditorium and nearly onto the street, they swarmed into the packed building to enjoy the 21st annual "HEB Feast of Sharing Dinner".

Brownsville police searching for man missing since October

Brownsville police are currently looking for a man missing person since October.

H.E.B. to host annual Feast of Sharing Celebration in Brownsville

At H-E-B, the holiday season is a time to bring friends, families and neighbors together and give special thanks to customers for their continued support.

Pet of the Week: Spencer the Lab and Daisy a Boxer mix

This week's pets are from the Friends of Animal Rescue shelter and SPI recovery center.

"All In" aims to give Brownsville youth a brighter future

Brownsville was one of only three cities in the entire country to receive funding from the Gates Foundation for the Partners for Postsecondary Success - a program Brownsville has dubbed "all in." And it involves a variety of different

Dense fog advisory, for Cameron County, until 9 am

The National Weather Service in Brownsville has issued a dense fog advisory which is in effect until 9 am this morning.

BSID food drive

"It's nice to help out the community, it's nice to be helpful."

Cameron County ranks as poorest region in country

The official numbers have come out, and the Brownsville-Harlingen metro area has been ranked as the poorest area in the entire country.

Valley Regional Medical Center opens breast milk bank

They refer to it as a scarce resource that has a life saving impact, Na'tassia Finley has more on Brownsville's first human milk depot and how it's expected to help Valley babies.

Leadership expert, Glenn Llopis, speaks to UTB students

The College Leadership Tour made a stop on the campus of the University of Texas at Brownsville on Tuesday. The tour helps give students tools to be leaders and be successful personally and professionally.