Tag: Brownsville

San Benito man among trio charged with narcotics transfer

Federal authorities over the weekend arrested and charged three men in reference to a narcotics transfer witnessed at a Stripes convenience store on Ruben...

Trio charged with narcotics transfer at convenience store

Federal authorities over the weekend arrested and charged three men in reference to a narcotics transfer witnessed at a Stripes convenience store on Ruben...

New York filmmaker shoots documentary in Brownsville on migration issues

On a sunny day in September, the Carlotta Petrina was transformed into the set for a documentary on migration issues as crew members unloaded...

Vendors develop plan for city’s economy

On a rainy Thursday afternoon, a group of eight women gather inside a small studio on 14th Street in Brownsville. The door stands open...

New Political Action Committee takes aim at Abbott’s COVID-19 response

A new Political Action Committee or PAC aimed at Gov. Greg Abbott’s COVID-19 response features two women taking a stand against what the PAC...

Hearing held for nephew charged in Harlingen attorney’s death

Salomon Campos Jr., currently in custody awaiting trial on capital murder and kidnapping charges for the death of longtime Harlingen attorney Ernesto Gonzales, appeared...

Border Postmates: Personal shoppers become the new delivery service

HARLINGEN — Whataburger and Chick-fil-A are two of the most popular Texas cravings, but they are also the main requests made by Mexican citizens. However,...

Food distributions by United Way continue to draw thousands

Hundreds of cars started to lineup at approximately 3 a.m. Friday at the Brownsville Event Center to receive fresh produce and groceries at the...

Groups’ petition alleges no confidence; Teachers associations want BISD super removed

The Texas State Teachers Association, Association of Brownsville Educators and the National Education Association started a petition on Change.org asking for a vote of...

CDC offers tips on continuing to take precautions against COVID-19

As the numbers of patients hospitalized with severe cases of COVID-19 continue to drop throughout the Rio Grande Valley, local health experts are urging...