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Freedom Walk: LULAC hosts marches to advocate for Latinos

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) kicked off its “Freedom Walks” campaigns Tuesday, including one in Brownsville, to encourage local Latino communities...

LEGAL ACCESS: Attorneys cross border to help asylum seekers

    BROWNSVILLE — Local attorney Jodi Goodwin and a volunteer team of interpreters, attorneys and paralegals cross from Brownsville to Matamoros to help asylum seekers...

Asylum seekers block bridges looking for answers

More than 200 migrants gathered Thursday to block the traffic at midpoint of both the Gateway and B&M International Bridges to demand answers on...

Sheriff: Women accused of money laundering; cash found in trunk

Cameron County sheriff deputies seized “tens of thousands of dollars” during a traffic stop in Brownsville. Sheriff Omar Lucio said the traffic stop also led to the arrest of two women from Mexican. The sheriff made the announcement this morning during a press conference. The women, identified as Dolores Raquel Toquero Perez and Karen Aline Toxqui Chacon, were stopped Tuesday around 3 p.m. when driving near Carmen Avenue in a red Kia car with license plates from Jalisco.

Advocates speak up to stop sexual harassment

The Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid in partnership with RGV Equal Voice Network and Fuerza del Valle Workers’ Center announced the launched of the...

Children take their pets to receive blessings

The Episcopal Day School in Brownsville on Wednesday held a blessing of the animals as part of the celebration of the Feast Day of...

Done Deal: County commissioners approve tax abatement for Annova LNG

The Cameron County Commissioners voted in favor of a tax abatement agreement for Annova LNG at a meeting with more than 120 attendees Tuesday...

Punishment trial today in fatal Port Isabel crash

  The punishment trial of Ronnie Huerta, a Mercedes man who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in a pedestrian-motorcycle crash that caused the death of Elizabeth...

Brownsville police address false threats spread online

A false threat of a mass casualty event in Brownsville became viral on social media posts Wednesday. The post, which was virally shared on both...

Jury to begin deliberations in Elizondo trial

Jury deliberations will begin today in the trial of former Brownsville fire chief Carlos Elizondo who is being tried on six counts of computer...