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Brownsville is the 15th largest city in Texas. It ranks as the 129th biggest city in the U.S. The city is located at the US-Mexico border, separated only by the Rio Grande, with Brownsville having the distinction of being the southernmost city in Texas. Only Hawaii and a handful of municipalities in Florida's Miami-Dade and Monroe counties are further south.
Local Newspapers: The Brownsville Herald Valley Morning Star The Monitor
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Local Colleges: University of Texas School of Public Health University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Zip Codes associated with brownsville, texas:
78520 78521 78526 78586
Towns/Cities near brownsville, texas : Cameron Park Port Isabel Harlingen San Benito
Keeping the memories of the Oblate Sister of Providence alive
The Oblate Sisters of Providence have one photo of their founder, Mother Mary Lange. It's a tintype that's been refurbished.Records: Teen playing with gun shot himself
Police records show that a 17-year-old male was playing with a gun when he shot himself in the face in late January. At 1:30 a.m. Jan. 29, police responded to the 1100 block of W. St. Francis St. in reference to a male who had been shot in the head, according to a police report.Body found in Palm Boulevard resaca
Brownsville police detectives are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a resaca on the 1200 block of Palm Blvd. According to a Brownsville Police Department post on Facebook, a Brownsville resident reported the body to police around 2 p.m. Brownsville Police Department Fire Rescue pulled the body from the water and so far investigators haven't found any indication of foul play. Police, however, do not know who the man is because when his body was pulled from the water, he had no identification.Vice President Pence to make stop in San Antonio for donor
Visiting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence addresses a press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017 after their meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. less Visiting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence addresses a press conference with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017 after their meeting at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.Bishop: - Be more conscious of how we treat each other'
Bishop Daniel E. Flores blesses ashes during an Ash Wednesday mass at PlainsCapital Bank El Gran SalA3n inside Student Union at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley in Brownsville. Ash Wednesday signifies the start of Lent in preparation for Easter.UTRGV Students Gather for Annual Ash Wednesday Mass
BROWNSVILLE Dozens of University of Texas Rio Grande Valley students gathered Wednesday afternoon for the annual Ash Wednesday mass at the Brownsville campus. He delivered a message of unity telling students Lent is about the sense that people are deeply connected to one another and also responsible for each other.Study to focus on genetic links to heart disease
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley professor Joanne E. Curran at the South Texas Diabetes and Obesity Institute stands inside the Luis V. Colom Building in Brownsville at one of their research labs Tuesday. UTRGV School of Medicine has received a four year 2.36 million grant from the National Institutes of Health's National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to study the relationship between human lipid variation and cardiovascular disease.Longtime educator recognized in congressional record
Longtime educator Margot Cisneros Torres was named a congressional record award recipient. The San Benito Chamber of Commerce, where she serves on the board of directors, recently held a ceremony honoring the achievement.Rancher sues Border Patrol chief, ranger after finding cameras...
While some politicians like to paint a picture of the U.S.-Mexican border as a pre-militarized zone waiting for a wall and a soldier to keep it safe, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like any other. less While some politicians like to paint a picture of the U.S.-Mexican border as a pre-militarized zone waiting for a wall and a soldier to keep it safe, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like ... more While the border is often depicted as a desert wasteland filled cacti and rattlesnakes, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like any other: some nice houses on one side of a street, some more nice houses on the other side of the street.Save our palm trees' in northern Willacy County trending with activists
The stately palm trees that welcome people into the Valley along I-69E/U.S. 77 in northern Willacy County are going to be moved. To make sure I-69E conforms to federal highway regulations for interstates, the trees with the "T" spray-painted on them are going to be uprooted and transplanted to other TxDOT rights-of-way.First cohort of students aims to become former migrants
A new cohort of students who are former migrant farm workers has begun classes at the Cameron County Success Initiative trade school to train as medical assistants. New students pose for a photograph with their teacher as they train as medical assistants at the Cameron County Success Initiative trade school in Brownsville.Huge convention center ballroom to rent for nearly $5700
Proposed rental rates apparently would make the $16.7 million convention center "competitive" with other event venues in the Rio Grande Valley.Vela unveils bill to increase staffing at ports of entry
As commerce and travelers continue to flow northbound from Mexico at increasing rates, there's a need for more U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at ports of entry. U.S. Rep. Filemon Vela, D-Brownsville, introduced legislation last week increasing CBP's capacity to screen passengers and facilitate trade at international airports, seaports and land ports of entry, seeking to hire 500 CBP officers and 100 agriculture specialists per year to address staffing shortages.Young veteran among District 37 candidates
Arturo Alonzo, a Brownsville native who owns a data analytics firm, is one of three Democrats running in the March 6 primary for Texas state representative of District 37. Alonzo, 27, runs Brasidas Strategies and is an Army veteran who served in Iraq. He worked extensively in political campaigns and as a lobbyist and union organizer before returning to the Rio GrandeValley in 2017.Preservation Texas summit to be held in Brownsville
Visitors enjoy a visit to the Rabb Plantation House at Sabal Palm Sanctuary as they read a Texas historical marker Friday afternoon in Brownsville. A view of the Rabb Plantation House two-story Victorian Queen Anne Revival style tower in the distance as rain drops form on a tree at Sabal Palm Sanctuary in Brownsville Friday afternoon.Save our palm trees' trending with activists
The stately palm trees that welcome people into the Valley along I-69E/U.S. 77 in northern Willacy County are going to be moved.Brownsville student earns Girls Scouts' highest honor
Girl Scout Victoria Gonzalez presents her remarks after receiving Girl Scouts highest accolade, the Gold Award, on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Saint Joseph Academy in Brownsville, Texas. Lea Peacock, right, hugs newly-awarded Gold Award Girl Scout Victoria Gonzalez during the young girl's pinning ceremony Saturday, February 10, 2018, at Saint Joseph Academy in Brownsville, Texas.Fulfilling Roles
The 66th annual Scout Government Day was held Friday at the City of Brownsville in various city offices. Scouts served as public officials shadowing workers for the City of Brownsville, the Brownsville Public Utilities Board and the Brownsville Independent School District to learn more about their local government and how they can make a difference in their community.Principal for a day
Keller Elementary Cheerleaders cheer for Thomas Keller who traveled back to Brownsville to serve as principal for the day Friday morning. Keller Elementary choir perform Louis Armstrong's song "What A Wonderful World" Friday for Thomas Keller who was principal for the day as he visited with his children and wife.Garza Jr. is keynote speaker for St. Joseph Academy career day
Retired U.S. ambassador to Mexico Antonio O. Garza Jr., speaking to St. Joseph Academy students for career day Friday, said the key to success is getting back up after you've been knocked down. He told the young people seated on folding chairs and bleachers in the BrotherFrancisStudentCenter that when they see a successful person they should ask themselves, "How many times did that person have to get up again?" Garza, a Brownsville native and 1977 St. Joe graduate, earned a bachelor's of business administration from the University of Texas at Austin and a law degree from Southern Methodist University.
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