Brownsville

Mexican consular I.D's now give access to Brownsville libraries

An accomplishment today at the Mexican consulate in Brownsville. In just three weeks, the consulate and city representatves succeed in making our public library system open to all.

Police attempting to identify vehicle used in liquor store robbery

Brownsville police are asking for the public's help in identifying a vehicle used in the robbery of a liquor store.

CBP seizes over 6 tons of marijuana at Brownsville port of entry

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized alleged marijuana valued at nearly $2,434,760 at the Veterans’ International Bridge import lot.

Suspect arrested after stabbing man over a bicycle

Brownsville police arrested a man accused of stabbing another person over the ownership of a bicycle.

Immigration attorneys to host rally at Federal Courthouse on immigration ruling

Immigration attorneys announced today that they will be holding a rally in front of the Federal Courthouse to protest an immigration ruling.

Brownsville ISD names Interim Superintendent

At a Special Called Meeting held on Monday, February 16, Brownsville ISD Board Trustees unanimously approved Dr. Esperanza Zendejas to serve as the Interim Superintendent of Schools, effective Tuesday, February 17.

Three drug cartel members arrested in Matamoros

These are the faces of men responsible for drug trafficking in Matamoros and now under arrest…drug lord Jorge Omar Aguilar Gallardo, his accountant Alejandro Delgado Blanco and his operator Luis Daniel Guevara Rios.

Teens arrested on Valentines Day for firing handgun while walking down Red Rose Street

Two teens and a juvenile were arrested after firing a weapon while walking down a street. On Valentine's Day at around 9:30 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Red Rose Street in reference to shots fired.

City receives $100,000 grant from Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation

Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation (The Legacy Foundation) has awarded $100,000 to the City of Brownsville, in partnership with The University of Texas School of Public Health Brownsville Regional Campus, for the Cameron County in Motion: Active

Facebook's "Cheezmeh" joins in on Brownsville race for mayor

We have another candidate joining the race for mayor for the City of Brownsville. Erasmo castro, also known as the "Cheezmeh," has officially filed for candidacy this week after obtaining more than 300 signatures.

Driver cuts through parking lot to avoid traffic light gets arrested for possession

A driver and passenger are arrested for possession of narcotics after crossing through a parking lot to avoid a traffic light.

Valentine craze takes over at Claudia's Flower Shop

Love is in the air, and with Valentine's day being tomorrow, Claudia's Flower Shop is once again experiencing its busiest sales day of the year.

Appeals Court upholds conviction of Javier De La Rosa Jr.

The 13th Court of Appeals upheld the convictions and sentences of Javier De La Rosa Jr. and Noe Losoya,both of Brownsville.

Three convicted in five-year drug conspiracy

Mario Enrique Patlan, 45, Cristina Patlan, 23, and Reymundo Abel Brown Jr., 27, have all entered guilty pleas today in a long-running effort to smuggle drugs via UPS, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Brownsville cites residents for fixing and releasing feral cats

Meet Elena Cuellar - she's a Brownsville citizen hoping to improve the community's overpopulation of feral cats. Cuellar volunteers her time and money to get the furry critters fixed at the local clinic.