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    The E's arts and entertainment guide for June 20-27 - Albany Democrat HeraldThe E's arts and entertainment guide for June 20-27  Albany Democrat Herald

    ... • Concert: The Jubilate Women's Choir performs at this benefit for the Chintimini Wildlife Center, 211 NW Lewisburg Ave., Corvallis. The show takes place in a ...

    Valley Charlotte Russe stores not on closings list - Brownsville HeraldValley Charlotte Russe stores not on closings list  Brownsville Herald

    HARLINGEN — Three Rio Grande Valley Charlotte Russe teen clothing stores are not on a closings list released late yesterday afternoon.

    Plastic sacks visible around city - Brownsville HeraldPlastic sacks visible around city  Brownsville Herald

    If you're curious about the impact, nine months on, of the city's repeal of its single-use plastic bag ordinance after the Texas Supreme Court ruled such ...

    Brownsville littered with plastic bags again after ordinance repealed - MonitorBrownsville littered with plastic bags again after ordinance repealed  Monitor

    If you're curious about the impact, nine months on, of the city's repeal of its single-use plastic bag ordinance after the Texas Supreme Court ruled such ...

    Selena bags hit HEB stores - Brownsville HeraldSelena bags hit HEB stores  Brownsville Herald

    Some Brownsville shoppers were lined up at H-E-B before it opened Thursday, only to leave with empty bags.

    Closing border no solution - Brownsville HeraldClosing border no solution  Brownsville Herald

    The Rio Grande Valley is one of the fastest growing and safest areas in the country. Much of this can be attributed to the strong, visionary leadership of many ...

    How Crossing the Bridge to Matamoros Got Complicated - The New York TimesHow Crossing the Bridge to Matamoros Got Complicated  The New York Times

    Not so many years ago, it was easy to go to Matamoros. But violence there means that visitors now stay in Brownsville, home to the Charro Days festival and ...

    Man accused of lying to gain citizenship - Brownsville HeraldMan accused of lying to gain citizenship  Brownsville Herald

    A Brownsville man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to accusations he lied during his naturalization application, including failing to disclose that he was a member ...

    Documentary play about border, immigration going up this summer - Brownsville HeraldDocumentary play about border, immigration going up this summer  Brownsville Herald

    A group of high school students from Dallas spent Spring Break in the Rio Grande Valley working on "Crossing the Line," a documentary-style theatrical show ...

    Holy week traffic expected to clog international bridges in South Texas - Brownsville HeraldHoly week traffic expected to clog international bridges in South Texas  Brownsville Herald

    Most years in mid-April, authorities working the international bridges along the southern border are paid overtime by local municipalities to help handle the large ...

    CBP had no intention of closing the bridges - Brownsville HeraldCBP had no intention of closing the bridges  Brownsville Herald

    Just one day before President Donald Trump again walked back his threat to close ports of entries on the southwestern border, U.S. Customs and Border ...

    Terror group link follows local man; Authorities raid San Benito car lot tied to suspect - Brownsville HeraldTerror group link follows local man; Authorities raid San Benito car lot tied to suspect  Brownsville Herald

    SAN BENITO — U.S. law enforcement officials say a trail of lies and false statements by a Brownsville man linked to a Palestinian terror group has come to an ...

    Need for speed: Stroke expert discusses science, prevention - Brownsville HeraldNeed for speed: Stroke expert discusses science, prevention  Brownsville Herald

    Knowing the symptoms of a stroke can save a life, whether it's yours or somebody else's, and at the very least can boost the odds of recovery.

    Man smuggled teen into US for sex - Brownsville HeraldMan smuggled teen into US for sex  Brownsville Herald

    A Dallas man will spend a decade in prison for multiple sexual crimes against a teenage boy he met in Honduras and tried to smuggle into the United States.

    Rusteberg recognized: Vela reads Congressional Record proclamation - Brownsville HeraldRusteberg recognized: Vela reads Congressional Record proclamation  Brownsville Herald

    Fred Rusteberg, the community leader and retired president and CEO of IBC Bank, was honored by a proclamation read into the Congressional Record by U.S. ...

    Feds accuse man of coordinating transport of drug proceeds - Brownsville HeraldFeds accuse man of coordinating transport of drug proceeds  Brownsville Herald

    Federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment against a Cameron County man Wednesday accusing him of conspiracy to smuggle cocaine and of coordinating ...

    Stalling Game: What’s Really Happening to Asylum Seekers at the Brownsville Port of Entry - San Antonio CurrentStalling Game: What’s Really Happening to Asylum Seekers at the Brownsville Port of Entry  San Antonio Current

    This spring, after former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Trump administration's “zero tolerance” immigration policy, people watched in horror ...

    Prison for Brownsville man caught ordering crack from supplier - Brownsville HeraldPrison for Brownsville man caught ordering crack from supplier  Brownsville Herald

    A 46-year-old Brownsville man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison after pleading guilty last year to a charge of possession with intent to distribute ...

    Lawsuit seeks to recover assets from Yarrington - Brownsville HeraldLawsuit seeks to recover assets from Yarrington  Brownsville Herald

    A law firm specializing in international fraud and asset recovery has filed a lawsuit seeking to seize properties that former Tamaulipas Governor Tomas ...

    Brownsville to handout free sandbags to residents - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville to handout free sandbags to residents  Brownsville Herald

    With the start of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season less than one month away, the City of Brownsville wants residents to be ready and will hand out sandbags ...

    CBP expected to release an estimated 5600 migrants over next few days across RGV - Brownsville HeraldCBP expected to release an estimated 5600 migrants over next few days across RGV  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville City Manager Noel Bernal said today that U.S. Customs and Border Protection told him that approximately 5600 migrants would be released in ...

    Man admits to selling fake Viagra - Brownsville HeraldMan admits to selling fake Viagra  Brownsville Herald

    A Brownsville man admitted Tuesday afternoon to purchasing fake Viagra from India and Singapore and selling it to people who did not have prescriptions.

    City to hand out sandbags today - Brownsville HeraldCity to hand out sandbags today  Brownsville Herald

    With the start of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season weeks away, the City of Brownsville wants residents to be ready and will hand out sandbags today and ...

    Mexican consulate brings artisans to Market Square - Brownsville HeraldMexican consulate brings artisans to Market Square  Brownsville Herald

    The Consulate of Mexico in Brownsville brought purveyors of fine goods from around its country to Market Square on Saturday during the 2019 Feria Artesanal.

    Family sues taco eatery; Lawsuit targets taqueria where people sickened - Brownsville HeraldFamily sues taco eatery; Lawsuit targets taqueria where people sickened  Brownsville Herald

    A family that was sickened after eating at El Rey De Taco last week has filed a lawsuit against the eatery.

    CBP offers tips to reduce holiday crossing wait times - Brownsville HeraldCBP offers tips to reduce holiday crossing wait times  Brownsville Herald

    BROWNSVILLE — With longer expected waiting periods at international bridges during the holiday season, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has several tips ...

    City of Brownsville authorized to help pay customs officials overtime - KGBT-TVCity of Brownsville authorized to help pay customs officials overtime  KGBT-TV

    During the holidays, border wait times at international bridges could reach several hours as commuters cross into the United States. "This is a situation that is not ...

    Former Mexican official's trial postponed again - Brownsville HeraldFormer Mexican official's trial postponed again  Brownsville Herald

    If Tamaulipas' former governor goes to trial on extensive drug trafficking, money laundering and bank fraud charges, it won't be until at least 2020.

    Loan program milestone: RGV-pioneered franchise reaches 50000 mark - Brownsville HeraldLoan program milestone: RGV-pioneered franchise reaches 50000 mark  Brownsville Herald

    The Community Loan Center, an employer-based, small-dollar loan program pioneered in Brownsville in 2011 and now franchised around the United States, ...

    Valley cities rank among state's safest - Brownsville HeraldValley cities rank among state's safest  Brownsville Herald

    HARLINGEN — Come for the weather, stay for the safety.

    Brownsville names new deputy city manager - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville names new deputy city manager  Brownsville Herald

    Helen Ramirez will serve as the City of Brownsville's deputy city manager following her appointment by City Manager Noel Bernal. Bernal made the ...

    Good Neighbor Settlement House seeks donations - Brownsville HeraldGood Neighbor Settlement House seeks donations  Brownsville Herald

    Due to the recent influx of asylum seekers, Good Neighbor Settlement House is seeking support to replenish the provisions handed out to immigrants.

    Alleged drug smuggling mother, daughter indicted - Brownsville HeraldAlleged drug smuggling mother, daughter indicted  Brownsville Herald

    The mother-daughter duo accused of bringing along an infant during an alleged scheme to smuggle more than 275 pounds of marijuana pleaded not guilty ...

    Drug case involves mother, daughter and infant - Brownsville HeraldDrug case involves mother, daughter and infant  Brownsville Herald

    Court proceedings have revealed that a mother-daughter duo is allegedly behind a failed marijuana smuggling scheme in which Border Patrol agents ...

    Health Dept.: 25 mump cases reported in Cameron County - Brownsville HeraldHealth Dept.: 25 mump cases reported in Cameron County  Brownsville Herald

    A health official confirmed Thursday that there have been 25 cases of mumps in Cameron County this year.

    Meth, cocaine seized at international bridges - Brownsville HeraldMeth, cocaine seized at international bridges  Brownsville Herald

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents and officers seized 39.95 pounds of alleged cocaine and 20 pounds of methamphetamine in two separate busts.

    CBP: Officers undergoing drills for arrival of migrant caravans - Brownsville HeraldCBP: Officers undergoing drills for arrival of migrant caravans  Brownsville Herald

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection want to alert the public that its officers continue to conduct Mobile Field Force drills at the international crossings in the Rio ...

    Cold front may bring rain to Valley - Brownsville HeraldCold front may bring rain to Valley  Brownsville Herald

    HARLINGEN — A week of radar watching as strong storms slipped by just north of the Rio Grande Valley, carrying away some much-needed rain, may be about ...

    Border Patrol finds bundles of marijuana, baby - Brownsville HeraldBorder Patrol finds bundles of marijuana, baby  Brownsville Herald

    Border Patrol agents in Brownsville on Friday morning arrested an alleged drug smuggling mother who brought her infant along to pick up a drug load.

    Deal Sealed: Revival of Cultural Arts partners with city - Brownsville HeraldDeal Sealed: Revival of Cultural Arts partners with city  Brownsville Herald

    A loud cheer went out from over 150 ROCA students, families and supporters assembled at a recent City Commission meeting, when the City of Brownsville ...

    City fills 12000 sandbags for residents - Brownsville HeraldCity fills 12000 sandbags for residents  Brownsville Herald

    Long before a tropical storm or hurricane has formed in the Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico, the City of Brownsville wants residents to prepare for the storm. So with ...

    CBP arrests two for ammo smuggling - Brownsville HeraldCBP arrests two for ammo smuggling  Brownsville Herald

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers this week seized more than 5000 rounds of ammunition and arrested two people in separate instances at ...

    3rd annual Mariachi Festival begins Friday - Brownsville Herald3rd annual Mariachi Festival begins Friday  Brownsville Herald

    High-School Mariachi students from across the state will participate in South Texas' largest Mariachi Festival beginning Friday.

    US Census hiring in the Valley - Brownsville HeraldUS Census hiring in the Valley  Brownsville Herald

    The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring across the country, including in the Rio Grande Valley.

    Brownsville Roots : Composer pens concert march dedicated to two BISD educators - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville Roots : Composer pens concert march dedicated to two BISD educators  Brownsville Herald

    Instrumental music programs in the Brownsville Independent School District have come full circle with the composition of a concert march for middle school ...

    Trump threat panned: Border alliance says closing border would hurt economy - Brownsville HeraldTrump threat panned: Border alliance says closing border would hurt economy  Brownsville Herald

    It's been a week since the president threatened to close the entire U.S.-Mexico border over funding for his border wall, and even if it's much easier said than ...

    Faith Endures? Church airs concerns over wall - Brownsville HeraldFaith Endures? Church airs concerns over wall  Brownsville Herald

    The Diocese of Brownsville says that U.S. Customs and Border Protection has not confirmed whether the government intends to remove the historic La Lomita ...

    2019 hurricane forecast issued for Atlantic season - Brownsville Herald2019 hurricane forecast issued for Atlantic season  Brownsville Herald

    During a hurricane conference being held on South Padre Island this year, Colorado State University issued its annual preliminary forecast for how many ...

    Coast Guard fires warning shots at lancha - Brownsville HeraldCoast Guard fires warning shots at lancha  Brownsville Herald

    The United States Coast Guard fired four warning shots at a Mexican fishing vessel last Friday as it tried to flee from the maritime law enforcement agency.

    9 mumps cases suspected in Hidalgo County; more likely - Brownsville Herald9 mumps cases suspected in Hidalgo County; more likely  Brownsville Herald

    EDINBURG — The number of suspected cases of the mumps in county jumped from five to nine, Eddie Olivarez, director of Hidalgo County Health and Human ...

    Fate of Jefferson Davis Memorial draws input from all sides - Brownsville HeraldFate of Jefferson Davis Memorial draws input from all sides  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville officials gave an update this week on talks with community groups about what should be done with the Jefferson Davis Monument.

    Drag queens to hold border wall protest at Hope Park - Brownsville HeraldDrag queens to hold border wall protest at Hope Park  Brownsville Herald

    Drag queens from around the Rio Grande Valley will gather in Brownsville on Saturday to raise funds for LGBTQ asylum seekers and protest border wall ...

    Food fight: Study says tomato tariffs likely to cost consumers - Brownsville HeraldFood fight: Study says tomato tariffs likely to cost consumers  Brownsville Herald

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

    Border wall gates construction in Cameron County begins today - Brownsville HeraldBorder wall gates construction in Cameron County begins today  Brownsville Herald

    Contractors will begin building seven border wall gates today in Cameron County.

    Valley ranks No. 3 as hotspot for new restaurants - Brownsville HeraldValley ranks No. 3 as hotspot for new restaurants  Brownsville Herald

    But for executives in the high-stakes, quick-*service* restaurant market, it's a dog-eat-dog world with millions of dollars at risk when it comes to crunching analytics ...

    Number of people entering country illegally reaches 76K in Feb. - Brownsville HeraldNumber of people entering country illegally reaches 76K in Feb.  Brownsville Herald

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan said Tuesday that the number of undocumented immigrant children and family units ...

    Traffic gridlock? Long wait times continue at bridges as CBP prepares for caravans - Brownsville HeraldTraffic gridlock? Long wait times continue at bridges as CBP prepares for caravans  Brownsville Herald

    Long wait lines at two international bridges in Brownsville are continuing this week as U.S. Customs and Border Protection shifts resources in response to ...

    Former VP of bank pleads guilty to embezzlement - Brownsville HeraldFormer VP of bank pleads guilty to embezzlement  Brownsville Herald

    A former vice president for Texas Community Bank in Brownsville pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing and embezzling money belonging to bank customers.

    Brownsville building Texas' first deep-draft vessel - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville building Texas' first deep-draft vessel  Brownsville Herald

    A little over a year since the deal was finalized, Keppel AmFELS at the Port of Brownsville has begun work on the first of two container ships it is building under ...

    Space Base: STARGATE celebrates grand opening - Brownsville HeraldSpace Base: STARGATE celebrates grand opening  Brownsville Herald

    With SpaceX on the verge of commencing prototype testing at its Boca Chica Beach rocket launch site just down the road, STARGATE Technology Center held a ...

    Man sentenced for possessing child pornography - Brownsville HeraldMan sentenced for possessing child pornography  Brownsville Herald

    A federal judge sentenced a 24-year-old man to 6.5 years in prison after he was arrested during an international child pornography investigation.

    Brownsville women put sewing skills to use for border humanitarian response - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville women put sewing skills to use for border humanitarian response  Brownsville Herald

    With a sewing machine, some fabric and cotton stuffing, a Brownsville mother-daughter duo has set out to be part of the humanitarian response for migrants on ...

    Spotlight: Documentary follows efforts to help asylum seekers - Brownsville HeraldSpotlight: Documentary follows efforts to help asylum seekers  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville volunteers have garnered national and international attention for their efforts to help asylum-seeking migrants who pass through the city. Now a ...

    Vela statement on ending government shutdown - Brownsville HeraldVela statement on ending government shutdown  Brownsville Herald

    U.S. Rep. Filemon Vela, D-Brownsville released the following statement ahead of the newly Democratic controlled House of Representatives introducing ...

    Drug trafficking suspect sentenced - Brownsville HeraldDrug trafficking suspect sentenced  Brownsville Herald

    The third of 11 defendants arrested in a conspiracy to smuggle crack cocaine, marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine from Brownsville to cities throughout ...

    Herald finds new home: Newspaper relocates to new offices - Brownsville HeraldHerald finds new home: Newspaper relocates to new offices  Brownsville Herald

    The Brownsville Herald is beginning the new year with a *fresh* start in new offices.

    Murder suspect suffers stroke; Dies on eve of trial - Brownsville HeraldMurder suspect suffers stroke; Dies on eve of trial  Brownsville Herald

    A man convicted of a 1998 cold case murder at the Brownsville Country Club whose conviction was reversed last year apparently died one day before his new ...

    Meet Mr. Amigo 2018: Annual Brownsville tradition is 55 years old - Brownsville HeraldMeet Mr. Amigo 2018: Annual Brownsville tradition is 55 years old  Brownsville Herald

    Telmex Foundation CEO Arturo Elias Ayub was named Mr. Amigo 2018 at an official ceremony Monday at the Texas Southmost College ITEC Center.

    Feds wants immediate access to land owned by Catholic church - Brownsville HeraldFeds wants immediate access to land owned by Catholic church  Brownsville Herald

    Right before the Thanksgiving holiday, the federal government asked a McAllen judge to give it immediate possession of land in Hidalgo County owned by the ...

    Charro Days features trio of big parades - Brownsville HeraldCharro Days features trio of big parades  Brownsville Herald

    The Grand International Parade at this year's 82nd annual Charro Days Fiesta will be the biggest of three parades during the binational celebration, but the other ...

    He’s Built an Empire, With Detained Migrant Children as the Bricks - The New York TimesHe’s Built an Empire, With Detained Migrant Children as the Bricks  The New York Times

    The founder of Southwest Key made millions from housing migrant children. His nonprofit has stockpiled taxpayer dollars and possibly engaged in self-dealing ...

    By the numbers: Dallas Fed head makes case for immigration reform - Brownsville HeraldBy the numbers: Dallas Fed head makes case for immigration reform  Brownsville Herald

    Robert Steven Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Bank of Dallas, drew a straight line between the two during a moderated discussion with U.S. Rep.

    Family of veteran detained by ICE pleads for his release - Brownsville HeraldFamily of veteran detained by ICE pleads for his release  Brownsville Herald

    Edgar Baltazar's 5-year-old daughter thinks the reason he hasn't picked her up from the bus stop for nearly a month is because she did something wrong, her ...

    Final family member sentenced in money laundering scheme - Brownsville HeraldFinal family member sentenced in money laundering scheme  Brownsville Herald

    The sixth member of a family implicated in a money laundering scheme that worked with a larger Rio Grande Valley human smuggling ring was sentenced to ...

    Farm bill opens door to hemp as commodity - Brownsville HeraldFarm bill opens door to hemp as commodity  Brownsville Herald

    With the passing of the 2018 farm bill, which classified hemp as an agricultural commodity, and the Texas legislative session to begin in days, local CBD ...

    Former constable charged with theft; Worked as a security guard for Walmart - Brownsville HeraldFormer constable charged with theft; Worked as a security guard for Walmart  Brownsville Herald

    A former Cameron County Precinct 4 constable arrested a week ago is accused of stealing $860 worth of merchandise while working as a security guard for ...

    Wind company hosts community open house in Rio Hondo - Brownsville HeraldWind company hosts community open house in Rio Hondo  Brownsville Herald

    HARLINGEN — Anyone with questions about the Palmas Altas wind farm east of Rio Hondo will have them answered Sunday at Palmas Altas Day.

    Elizabeth Street institution celebrates anniversary - Brownsville HeraldElizabeth Street institution celebrates anniversary  Brownsville Herald

    Downtown's live music pioneer El Hueso de Fraile is celebrating its seventh anniversary with more than a dozen bands and individual performers taking the ...

    Never Forgotten: Young men killed in Vietnam War remembered - Brownsville HeraldNever Forgotten: Young men killed in Vietnam War remembered  Brownsville Herald

    The only sound came from the Blackhawk helicopter which circled the field in front of Hanna High School twice Friday afternoon before executing a seamless ...

    Two charged with cocaine distribution - Brownsville HeraldTwo charged with cocaine distribution  Brownsville Herald

    A McAllen man and a Brownsville man are facing federal drug charges after investigators found nearly 74 pounds of cocaine in a residence.

    Man charged with stealing tortoise from zoo - Brownsville HeraldMan charged with stealing tortoise from zoo  Brownsville Herald

    The Brownsville Police Department charged a 23-year-old man Wednesday morning on accusations he stole a 14-year-old Radiated Tortoise from the Gladys ...

    March calls attention to veteran suicide - Brownsville HeraldMarch calls attention to veteran suicide  Brownsville Herald

    The recording was calling cadence to more than 30 people who'd turned out early yesterday morning for the third annual 22-hour March in March, sponsored by ...

    Mayor, commissioner seats to be decided in runoff election - Brownsville HeraldMayor, commissioner seats to be decided in runoff election  Brownsville Herald

    No date has been scheduled yet for the Brownsville Municipal runoff election that will determine who will be the next mayor and the District 1 and At large A city ...

    Toppled hopper: Winds knock over upper portion of Starship prototype - Brownsville HeraldToppled hopper: Winds knock over upper portion of Starship prototype  Brownsville Herald

    SpaceX's Starship Hopper prototype, recently completed at the Boca Chica launch site and awaiting test flights, was no match for the Rio Grande Valley wind ...

    Equal Access: BISD aims to bridge digital divide - Brownsville HeraldEqual Access: BISD aims to bridge digital divide  Brownsville Herald

    Faced with uneven internet access across the city, the Brownsville Independent School District called a stakeholders meeting last week to bridge the digital ...

    CBP, lawyers tell two different stories as mass releases continue - Brownsville HeraldCBP, lawyers tell two different stories as mass releases continue  Brownsville Herald

    Since Tuesday, Border Patrol has released approximately 850 migrants from the McAllen processing center into downtown Brownsville.

    Brownsville native shares music, Nashville career with students - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville native shares music, Nashville career with students  Brownsville Herald

    Skinner Elementary students were treated to a music lesson from a pro Tuesday from Brownsville native and harmonica artist Tim Gonzales.

    Texas border mayor charged with trying to rig own election - Brownsville HeraldTexas border mayor charged with trying to rig own election  Brownsville Herald

    AUSTIN (AP) — A Valley mayor was charged Thursday with trying to cheat his way into office through an illegal voting scheme in a region long plagued by ...

    Migrant child dies in US custody; 4th since December - Brownsville HeraldMigrant child dies in US custody; 4th since December  Brownsville Herald

    HOUSTON (AP) — A 2½-year-old Guatemalan child has died after crossing the border, becoming the fourth minor known to have died after being detained by ...

    Court docs ID mom who brought infant on alleged drug running scheme - Brownsville HeraldCourt docs ID mom who brought infant on alleged drug running scheme  Brownsville Herald

    The woman accused of taking her infant son along during an alleged marijuana smuggling attempt last Friday has been identified as Ashley Rene Resendiz.

    Children's parade adds color to Charro Days celebrations - Brownsville HeraldChildren's parade adds color to Charro Days celebrations  Brownsville Herald

    In a week of celebrations, it was the kids who had the spotlight Thursday during the BISD Children's Charro Days Parade. Youngsters danced and played music ...

    Progress report: GBIC director discusses bi-national economic study - Brownsville HeraldProgress report: GBIC director discusses bi-national economic study  Brownsville Herald

    A noisy factory floor was the backdrop for an economic development progress report by the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation on April 11.

    United Way to provide free electronic tax filing - Brownsville HeraldUnited Way to provide free electronic tax filing  Brownsville Herald

    With the holiday season giving way to tax season, the United Way of Southern Cameron County wants residents to know they may be eligible to have their tax ...

    Martinez announces 2019 run - Brownsville HeraldMartinez announces 2019 run  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville Mayor Tony Martinez, first elected in 2011 and reelected in 2015, announced Wednesday that he intends to run for a third term.

    Brownsville police use taser on suspect - Brownsville HeraldBrownsville police use taser on suspect  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville police used a taser to subdue a 52-year-old man who tried to evade the SWAT team serving several warrants by fleeing onto a roof.

    Shrimp industry eyes visas; Another 30000 seasonal workers to be allowed in - Brownsville HeraldShrimp industry eyes visas; Another 30000 seasonal workers to be allowed in  Brownsville Herald

    The head of the Texas Shrimp Association said it's unclear how much a Trump administration decision allowing another 30000 foreign seasonal workers into the ...

    International bridge traffic continues despite shutdown - Brownsville HeraldInternational bridge traffic continues despite shutdown  Brownsville Herald

    PHARR — Despite the partial government shutdown resulting in U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working without pay, international bridges in the ...

    Harlingen High bounces back, tops Rivera - Brownsville HeraldHarlingen High bounces back, tops Rivera  Brownsville Herald

    BROWNSVILLE — A little more than 24 hours after Harlingen High jumped out to an early lead against its crosstown rival — only to see the lead slip through its ...

    Immigrant in Border Patrol custody dies in McAllen - Brownsville HeraldImmigrant in Border Patrol custody dies in McAllen  Brownsville Herald

    A 45-year-old Mexican national in the custody of U.S. Border Patrol died Monday morning at a McAllen hospital, according to a statement on the U.S. Customs ...

    BISD hires TASB; Association to assist with superintendent search - Brownsville HeraldBISD hires TASB; Association to assist with superintendent search  Brownsville Herald

    Brownsville Independent School District trustees on Monday hired the Texas Association of School Boards as a consultant to assist the district in hiring a new ...

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