Tag: Brownsville

Local church hands out food to children

BROWNSVILLE — To help those who need it the most during this pandemic, the International Christian Center, in partnership with the city of Brownsville,...

Brownsville Police arrests woman for making false report related to COVID-19

Brownsville police have arrested a woman on a charge for "false alarm or report." Police said Leslie Hinojosa, 30, was arrested Thursday night. Authorities say Hinojosa's...

50 tested during launch of UTRGV drive-thru screenings

EDINBURG — The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine rolled out COVID-19 drive-thru testing at its Edinburg and Brownsville campuses Monday,...

County confirms more virus cases

Cameron County officials late Thursday confirmed three new cases of COVID-19, novel coronavirus in the county. The cases include a 27-year-old man from Brownsville, a...

Cameron County: New travel related COVID-19 cases tied to other patients

Cameron County Public Health has received confirmation of three additional travel-related cases of COVID-19. The cases include a 20 year-old male from Rancho Viejo, a...

Tighter measures: County orders ‘Shelter-in-place’ rule

The shelter-in-place recommendation announced by Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. last week is now mandatory, lasting for 14 days beginning Wednesday. Treviño said at...

Methodist church readies virtual worship amid coronavirus crisis

Pastor Phillip Hoeflinger at the First United Methodist Church and a few other members from the church left their homes Sunday morning to participate...

County confirms 5 new virus cases; All reports are travel-related

HARLINGEN — Cameron County health officials have confirmed five new travel-related cases of coronavirus contracted by county residents. All of the cases reported having traveled...

Flea Market to close this weekend for the first time since 1981

Brownsville Mayor Trey Mendez announced Wednesday evening that the 77 Flea Market, also known as La Pulga, will be closing its doors as a...

County addresses COVID-19 case; Couple had virus during SPI condo stay

At a Thursday morning press conference, Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino provided the latest information on two visitors to South Padre Island who were...