Brownsville

Brownsville's PUB celebrates Public Power Month

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) is celebrating Public Power Month during October, along with other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 47 million Americans.

Sandbags available for Cameron County residents

In order to protect your property from the recent rain, Cameron County Judge Carlos Cascos has ordered that sandbags be passed out to all county residents.

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's segment of "Pet of the Week", we're introducing you to two pups named Spot and McFly.

Officials will consecrate a new altar at reopening of local church

For more than a year now, the congregation of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral has had to attend mass across the street in another building.

Brownsville PD to host 9th annual Spooktacular Halloween Bash

The Brownsville Police Department has announced it will be hosting it's 9th annual Spooktacular Halloween Bash in October.

USS Saratoga finally arrives at Port of Brownsville

After three weeks of traveling through tropical waters, a small turnout of people watched as tugboats pulled the Saratoga to its final resting place.

BISD's Walk for the Future postponed due to rain this weekend

Brownsville ISD has rescheduled its Walk for the Future event to next Saturday, September 20th. Walk for the Future is meant to ensure every student graduates from high school.

Mother arrested after 5 year-old son found unattended and about to cross the street

Brownsville police arrested a mother after a concerned citizen spotted her unattended son near a busy street.

Brownsville's Porter High School's JROTC holds 9/11 Memorial Service

13 years ago today tragic events shook the nation, the terrorist attack that took the lives of thousands. Today, we remember. Brownsville’s Porter High School’s JROTC made sure of it.

USS Saratoga set to arrive in Brownsville tomorrow

Tomorrow is a big day for the USS Saratoga. After it arrives at Esco Marine in the afternoon, it will be dismantled in a couple weeks. Many people are expected to be gathered at the jetties on South Padre Island in the morning.

Brownsville's only vinyl record store attracts younger crowd

 "I like music," said Juan's Music & Collectibles owner Juan Garcia. "I always liked music and I always love to listen to music so that's why I opened it...a record to me in a good stereo sounds better."

Brownsville's health officials' continuing battle with mosquitos

The Rio Grande Valley has seen rain in the last few weeks.

City of Brownsville to host SpaceX celebration event

The City of Brownsville will be hosting a SpaceX celebration event this September. The event is scheduled for Monday, September 22nd at the Brownsville Sports Park from 5:30-8 p.m. and open to the public.

Customers chase down and detain man accused of stealing money from cash register

Two customers checking out  at a local grocery store became involved in chasing down and detaining a man accused of stealing money.

I-69 temporarily narrowed to two lanes

Construction work on I-69 near Rancho Viejo is getting serious. Today, contractors squeezed the six lane road down to only two lanes - one northbound and one southbound.