The Brownsville Community Improvement Corp. will fund and promote a diverse set of projects to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods throughout Brownsville, as part of its 2013‐2014 funding cycle.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Brownsville Gateway International Bridge seized cocaine valued at approximately $648,000 that was discovered in a vehicle driven by a Matamoros man.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) warns utility customers of a theft scam involving unsolicited phone calls in which callers claiming to work for BPUB pressure victims by saying they are at risk of having services disconnected becau
Temperatures have been cold lately, far more than what we're used to. It prompted shelters across the Valley to prepare for those individuals looking for protection from cold, Na'Tassia Finley reports from the Ozanam Center.
A Brownsville committee is doing its part to ring in the new year in an environmentally friendly way: prepping for curbside recycling, which starts Monday, in 1200 homes in the four different districts of Brownsville.
News reports say people in the US have been flooding into their doctor's offices because they believe that their health screenings, tests and even specialists may not be covered in their health insurance plans under the new 2014 health law.