Today, Cameron County's District Attorney Luis Saenz gets good news all the way from India.
Indian authorities have approved the extradition of Amit Livingston, convicted murderer of Hermila Garcia Hernandez.
Our day of rain in the Lower Valley was threatening plans for tonight's big Brownsville Christmas Parade.
But now that skies are clearing up, officials are still greenlighting the festivities, which are set to begin at 7 p.m.
UTB's biggest fundraising concert of the year, “Home for the Holidays’ is here.
Today, the large collection of ensembles which include their Symphony Orchestra, are busy rehearsing for the big night tomorrow.
Faculty of The University of Texas at Brownsville College of Education and public school educators gathered to celebrate at the official announcement of the College of Education’s accreditation by the National Council for Accreditation of
Just last week, the state’s highest court of appeals ruled a DWI blood test without a warrant unconstitutional. This is following the 2012 DWI case where police forced a blood draw on a suspect under the No Refusal law.