Steve Clark

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Steve Clark is a staff writer with the Brownsville Herald. He can be reached at sclark@brownsvilleherald.com

Baking for change: Cottage business aims to help nonprofit groups

Baking and eating sea turtles might not seem like the best way to save them, unless the turtles are really cookies and a portion...

Public radio meeting slated: Grassroots group gauging support for new NPR station

  Gauging community support for a public radio station covering the Rio Grande Valley is the purpose of a public meeting scheduled for June 6...

Former nuclear carrier may come to Brownsville

There’s a good chance that the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will be dismantled in Brownsville. If the former USS Enterprise (CVN-65) does come here,...

Going green: Ozanam gets solar panels, upgraded kitchen

Brownsville’s Bishop E. San Pedro Ozanam Center homeless shelter has a new kitchen and enough solar panels to run the entire complex, thanks to...

Rocket duel: Starship prototypes being built in Texas and Florida

  Elon Musk, CEO and lead designer of SpaceX, confirmed via Twitter on May 14 that Starship prototypes are being built at Cape Canaveral in...

Basic Economics: Dallas Fed Chief urges more workforce growth, GDP improvement

Basic Economics Dallas Fed Chief urges more workforce growth, GDP improvement   BY STEVE CLARK STAFF WRITER BROWNSVILLE — One good reason for immigration reform comes right down to...

Study says tomato tariffs likely to cost consumers

Fresh tomatoes imported from Mexico are about to become scarcer and pricier thanks to the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Tomato Suspension Agreement with...

City, county sign agreement on West Rail Corridor

It turns out that Keith Laughlin’s prediction about the West Rail Corridor was correct. In town in late 2016 to promote the West Rail Trail,...

Hooking up: Port link to SpaceX perhaps one year away

The South Port Connector Road was in the works long before SpaceX appeared on the horizon, though it will come in very handy in...

SpaceX moving fast

As SpaceX’s first short static fire test of the Starship Hopper’s Raptor rocket engine was achieved briefly but dramatically after sunset on April 3,...