TX Secretary of State stops in Cameron County with message for voters

As part of her statewide tour, the Texas Secretary of State made a stop in Brownsville ahead of next week’s election day.

Two minutes: escaping a Texas house fire

New research shows that many Texans overestimate just how much time they have to get out safely in the event of a house fire.

Cameron County's mail-in voting numbers on the rise

Voter turnout for midterm elections is not usually high, but this year is an exception.

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's Pet of the Week, we're introducing you to two Poodle-mixes who are looking for forever homes.

Officials advise keeping pets inside on Halloween

As you know, Halloween is right around the corner, so officials from the Brownsville Animal Shelter are giving you some tips on how to keep your furry ones secure.

University of Texas at Brownsville to host Holocaust photo gallery

Texas Southmost College in collaboration with the Global Embassy of Activists for Peace and the University of Texas at Brownsville (UTB) are hosting the Traces to Remember Holocaust survivor plaque and the Holocaust and Genocide photo gallery.

First Baptist students cleaning up brownsville

You may notice some areas of Brownsville getting a little fall face lift. That's thanks to first baptist school and their partnership with the public works and the parks and rec departments in Brownsville.

Early voting turnout better than past elections

Despite less than perfect weather these past few days, officials from early voting locations in Cameron County are noticing increases in the the number of voters coming through:

Brownsville PD identify suspect shot and killed by officers

Brownsville PD identified the suspect shot and killed by officers as Cesar Javier Cepeda, 27, from Los Fresnos.

Brownsville Community Health Center to host annual healthy lifestyle event

Run, jump, walk, or skip, as long as you are moving that's the message from the Brownsville Community Health Center.

Meet Raja at the Glady's Porter Zoo

Another new addition to the Glady's Porter Zoo. This time, Raja the komodo dragon. Raja was born in the Los Angeles Zoo, then transferred to San Diego before making his home here in Brownsville.

The bats will return!

The bats were removed, but are now going to return to the Stegman building in downtown Brownsville. We brought you this story in August when plans for renovations were halted by a colony of bats.

Trash accumulates in Brownsville after thunderstorm

It's a new day, and skies are clear, but that doesn't mean yesterday's thunderstorm in Brownsville didn't leave quite the messy aftermath.

RSTEC officials discuss RGV progression in panel stands for the Rio South Texas Economic Council, and it's a name you should get used to hearing if you're at all interested in the Valley's socioeconomic progression as a region.

Brownsville woman convicted of harboring undocumented immigrants

A woman in Brownsville is convicted of harboring illegal aliens following two days of trial and about three hours of deliberation .