The 30th year of Sombrero Fest starts tomorrow, and volunteers are preparing Brownsville's Washington Park for three days of family fun.
Usually, 40,000 people make their way to Sombrero Fest between Thursday and Saturday.
After months of construction, 6th Street in Brownsville is now officially open.
Now that the road has been narrowed down to two lanes, the extra space is being used so pedestrians can have more room to walk.
Allegiant annouced today a new low-cost, nonstop jet service between Brownsville, Texas and Las Vegas beginning June 4, 2015. Allegiant today is also offering its biggest sale ever, with up to $500 off air+hotel vacations*.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) has named the Children’s Museum of Brownsville (CMB) and the Gladys Porter Zoo (GPZ) as finalists for the 2015 National Medal for Museum and Library Service.
Today the U.S Department of Justice filed in Brownsville to allow President Obama's executive immigration action to continue. That executive action allows about 5 million illegal immigrants to stay in the U.S.