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For the second time in two games, the Pace Vikings found themselves down nine points to open the fourth quarter, this time to the Edcouch-Elsa... [Read More]
For the second time in two games, the Pace Vikings found themselves down nine points to open the fourth quarter, this time to the Edcouch-Elsa... [Read More]
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The Brownsville Veterans Memorial Chargers are looking pretty unstoppable just three weeks into the 2019 soccer season. [Read More]
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Federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment against a Cameron County man Wednesday accusing him of conspiracy to smuggle cocaine and of coordinating the transfer of drug... [Read More]
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Newly obtained documents and maps appear to indicate when and where the government is expected to build about 8 miles of border wall approved for... [Read More]
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As the partial government shutdown nears one month, the only cases government civil litigators are working on in the Rio Grande Valley are eminent domain... [Read More]
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In 2011, Margarita Olvera was a single mother living from paycheck to paycheck and working at a call center for wages that convinced her she... [Read More]
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Texas Southmost College says in a recent court filing that the $13.1 million judgment against it awarded to the college's former president is a miscarriage... [Read More]
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Now that the morning fog has lifted, expect a warm day, according to the National Weather Service in Brownsville. High temperatures will reach the mid... [Read More]
Four U.S. senators on Friday sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielson seeking answers on the administration's use of eminent domain against... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Education has nominated two Brownsville Independent School District campuses for the 2019 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award, the highest recognition the... [Read More]
Lea Peacock answered phone calls at the Girls Scouts front office, transferring calls and answering questions about the ongoing Girl Scout cookie sales. [Read More]
"It felt great." [Read More]
Two justice of the peace clerks were back in court yesterday for pre-trial announcements on charges of tampering with Cameron County government records. [Read More]
To say that Brownsville artist Astrid Roser's world travels have inspired her would be an understatement. The painter filled two rooms at the Carlotta K.... [Read More]
In 2009 seven of this year's eighth-graders at Incarnate Word Academy were pre-kindergarten students and all of 3 and 4 years old. [Read More]
The parent company that owns Inspired at La Jarra Ranch is disputing allegations levied by Disability Rights Texas that the company is denying that organization... [Read More]
A month after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials discovered nearly 4,000 pounds of marijuana hidden inside shredded plastic-type materials inside an 18-wheeler, authorities have... [Read More]
A woman is facing federal charges after U.S. Customs and Border Protection determined the 23-month-old child in a stroller she tried to bring into the... [Read More]
After a lackluster district-opening win against San Benito, Hanna rebounded with a better showing at Los Fresnos on Tuesday night. [Read More]
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