Gladys Porter Zoo marks 36 years of Summer Pass Program

The Gladys Porter Zoo Summer Pass Program is in full effect for the 36th year in a row. The Zoo will be distributing over 245,000 passes to students in grades pre-k through sixth, including private schools.

State officials speak out on expections of Mexico in 1944 Water Treaty

2014 marks the 70th anniversary of the 1944 Water Treaty between the United States and Mexico, but experts and lawmakers say we continue to battle over what is rightfully ours, Na'Tassia Finley reports.

US Senate candidate David Alameel comes to Valley

US Democratic Senate candidate David Alameel stopped by the Port of Brownsville today and talked about his intentions if he is chosen to be the next Texas Senator.

Mother charged with two counts of child endangerment

A Brownsville mother is arrested on child endangerment charges.

Police arrest seven individuals in alleged human smuggling ring

Police have arrested a number of people tied to alleged human smuggling ring. Brownsville police say seven people were all somehow tied to the organized crime, with Jonathan Martinez as the ring leader.

Meth ring leader gets 30 years in federal prison

Houston resident Alexander Ortega, 24, has been ordered to prison following his convictions of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and conspiring to import approximately 5.1 kilograms of methamphetamine, announced United States Atto

Pet of the Week

On this Monday's segment of "Pet of the Week," we're introducing you to puppies Brandy and Cassie.

I Want to Know: Border Patrol Inspection Checkpoints

In today's "I Want to Know" segment, we answered one of your viewer questions about what gives Border Patrol the authority to stop people at checkpoints, ask questions, and even detain them.

UTB commencement speaker tours campus

Nearly 740 students will be recognized as graduates for the Spring Commencement at the University of Texas Brownsville tomorrow. The keynote speaker at tomorrow's ceremony is Katherine Archuleta.

Murder fugitive Amit Livingston captured in India

"I told her to sit down, and she knew I had some news," said Cameron County district attorney Luis Saenz. "She said, 'what are you going to tell me?

BPUB electrical crews to perform inspections in BCC area

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) is currently performing electrical inspections on pad-mounted and underground equipment at properties located in the Brownsville Country Club area throughout May.

Amit Livingston apprehended in India

An international manhunt has led to the capture of 2007 convicted murderer Amit Livingston who was at the root of a Cameron County corruption scandal. Livingston was arrested by the India National Police at 3:30 a.m.

Texas Secretary of State Nandita Berry visits Brownsville

The Texas Secretary of State is touring the state to promote economic development as Nandita Berry visited our station and spoke about economic growth in Brownsville.

CBP officers check Mother's Day flowers at border

Mother's Day is this weekend, and that means lots and lots of flowers coming and going across our bridges. US Customs and Border Patrol agriculture specialists will check for insects, pests and diseases in various flowers.

Father charged with child endangerment of two toddlers

Brownsville police arrested a father of two toddlers after his children were found home alone.