Brownsville

Militia men indicted for unlawful possession of firearms

Kevin Lyndel Massey and John Frederick Foerster have been indicted for unlawful possession of firearms, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.

Valley ebola expert counsels Gov Rick Perry's Ebola Task Force on what's next

The Regional Dean at the University of Texas School of Public Health, Dr. Joseph McCormick was recently asked to counsel Governor Rick Perry’s ebola task force.

I Want to Know: Tower-like structure at Oliveira Park

Continuing our series of reports on "I Want to Know..." Anyone who's attended Pace High School since the late 60s has seen this tower-like structure next door over at Oliveira park.

San Juan man sentenced to prison for narcotics trafficking

Francisco Chavez-Arriaga, 50, of San Juan, has been ordered to prison following his conviction of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 10 kilograms of methamphetamine and five kilograms of cocaine, announced U.S.

Cameron County Public Works begins next phase of Cameron Park project

Cameron County officials will begin in the next phase of improving roads and drainage for residents of Cameron Park.

Pet of the Week: Harriet and Valerie

On this Monday's Pet of the Week, we're introducing you to Harriet and Valerie.

Brownsville moves forward with 6th Street Project

After careful consideration of traffic studies, citizen concerns and overall safety in the Mitte Cultural District, the City of Brownsville has decided to move forward with the 6th Street Project.

Leftover Halloween candy goes to benefit troops overseas

Halloween left us two days ago, but all that halloween candy has not! For father and dentist Dr. David Pedley seeing his kids still working on that sweettooth, is a problem.

Gladys Porter Zoo will remain open during fumigation

The Gladys Porter Zoo administrative office and admission gates will be closed for structural fumigation of drywood termites and carpenter ants for three days which will start on Monday, November 3, 2014.

Man arrested for offering fares for a fee without proper permits

Brownsville police arrested man for offering individuals rides in his vehicle after several complaints had been received from the public.

Brownsville resynchronizing traffic lights at Four Corners intersection

Four corners: it's easily one of Brownsville's busiest intersections, and like every other intersection, it's controlled by three neon colors.

Local Planned Parenthood clinics to offer free health screenings

Planned Parenthood local clinics will be offering free health exams to low-income residents.

I Want To Know: Dredging at Dean Porter Park

We're continuing our "I Want To Know" series with viewer questions and one person sent a picture and asked about what is happening in the resaca at Dean Porter Park.

Autopsy pending in the cause of death of a Cameron County inmate

Sheriff Lucio has reported that inmate Jose Pesina, 31, was pronounced dead at a hospital after he was found unresponsive in his cell. An autopsy into the cause of his death is pending.

Three Ft. Hood soldiers plead guilty to alien smuggling

Eric Alexander Rodriguez, Brandon Troy Robbins and Christopher David Wix, all active duty U.S. Army soldiers based at Fort Hood appeared today in federal court and pleaded guilty to alien smuggling charges, announced U.S.