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About: brownsville, texas

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.

Population: 139722
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

Brownsville News
Abbott appears undecided on signing texting-while-driving ban

An unidentified woman uses her cellular phone while stopped in traffic on Boca Chica Boulevard on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. The Brownsville Police Department has been performing operations to crack down on violators of the city's ordinance banning the use of electronic devices while driving.

USS Independence arrival delayed until Thursday

The arrival of the USS Independence is being delayed a couple of days because of mechanical issues. The decommissioned aircraft carrier is now expected to arrive at the Jetties on Thursday, June 1 around 9 a.m. International Shipbreaking Ltd., the company contracted to scrap the ship at the Port of Brownsville, says the massive tug towing the Independence, the Dino Chouest, has experienced a failure of the portside main engine.

NOAA predicts above-average hurricane season

Participants visit booths in the background at a fair promoting hurricane preparedness at the main branch library on Thursday, May 25, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. A woman wearing a firefighter's helmet poses with fire crews during a hurricane awareness fair at the main branch library on Thursday, May 25, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas.

Payday lending battle is ongoing; Valley legislators vote against local regulation of industry

The push to preempt the right of Brownsville and other Texas communities to regulate payday and auto-title lending via the so-called "Uniform Ordinance" may have spent itself this legislation session, but expect the fight to be taken up again next session.

Fugitive arrested at B&M Bridge for 2004 murder

Sheriff Omar Lucio this morning said Ciro Cantu Munoz, 42, has been charged with one count of murder in connection with the death of Jesus Hilario Jimenez, 42. Jimenez's body was found March 29, 2004 on Military Highway outside Brownsville. He had been shot in the head.

Brownsville celebrates Older Americans Month

Imagine being able to live to be in your 90s or even 100s. Seeing children, grandchildren and maybe even great-grandchildren grow up is something most people strive to see.

City to hold Hurricane Awareness Fair

With the start of hurricane season just around the corner, City of Brownsville officials want to make sure people are prepared in case of a disaster. The City of Brownsville will host its annual Hurricane Awareness Fair at 5:30 p.m. today at the Brownsville Public Library on Central Boulevard.

Abbott enlists aid of school districts to fight Zika virus

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott listens to Texas Department of Health Services Commissioner Dr. John Hellerstedt during a Zika prevention roundtable at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on Friday, May 5, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. The Texas Department of State Health Services reported the state's first mosquito-borne case of the Zika Virus in Brownsville in November 2016, prompting action by local leaders who were able to have an open discussion with Gov. Abbott related to concerns over the virus.

81 percent of proposed border wall slated for Rio Grande Valley, where challenges await

A horse grazes along the border fence that runs along Oklahoma Avenue in Brownsville, Texas on Monday, February 13, 2017. The Rio Grande serves as the actual border between Texas and Mexico, but the border fence in some cases is as far as a mile away from the river.

Stafford teacher retiring after 38-year career

Norma Menchaca, the longest-serving teacher in Stafford Municipal School District, has seen a lot of changes over the years in the district. When she began her 34-year-career as a kindergarten teacher in 1983, Stafford MSD was located in a warehouse.

Pharr bridge expects some diverted Laredo traffic

The Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge is one of several border crossings handling diverted truck traffic from Laredo's bustling World Trade Bridge after it sustained damage during a storm Sunday night. The Laredo bridge is expected to reopen by this weekend in accordance with a plan put together during a meeting between Customs and Border Protection and Servicio de Administracion Tributaria, a CBP equivalent, according to Pharr Bridge Director Luis Bazan.

Farm Owner Upset with Water Company Over Construction on Property

RIO HONDO A farm owner in Cameron County said she's upset with a water supply company after they dug up her land and damaged the native vegetation around her home to install water lines. Lucy Wilkinson said she was out of town when a friend called to ask why she was knocking down all her trees.

USS Independence to arrive May 30

The USS Independence is just a week away from arriving in the Rio Grande Valley. The decommissioned aircraft carrier is scheduled to arrive Tuesday, May 30. The Port of Brownsville says the ship should reach the sea buoy at 6 a.m. and once it is cleared to enter the port, the Independence should reach the jetties on South Padre Island about 9 to 9:30 a.m. The carrier left Bremerton, Wash., on March 11 for the 16,000 mile trip that included traveling south to the Straight of Magellan.

Family, police searching for missing Brownsville man

Brownsville police today said they have no new leads in the disappearance of Ramiro Avila who was last seen in the downtown area on May 12. The 32-year-old Avila, who also goes by the name of "Kimberly," was dropped off by a family member near East 12th Street and East Jefferson Street on May 12. He has not been seen since and has not been in contact with his family. J.J. Trevino, spokesman for the Brownsville PD, said Avila's family filed a missing persons report with the police department the weekend of May 13-14.

Brightwood College to host career fair

Brightwood College in Brownsville will host a career fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Brightwood campus, 1900 N. Expressway, Suite O. The event is free and open to the public, featuring career development opportunities, refreshments and giveaways, with a career workshop, mock interviews and resume building activities prior to the event from 9 to 11 a.m. and a student appreciation activity from 9:50 to 10:30 a.m. Those who attend will be entered to win prizes such as a Chromebook and an Amazon gift card but are asked to register with the campus by calling 547-8200 prior to the event.

Sheriff's deputies seize $327,000

Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio speaks to the media regarding a large cash seizure during a media conference on Monday, May 22, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas. Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio speaks to the media regarding a large cash seizure during a media conference on Monday, May 22, 2017, in Brownsville, Texas.

Smuggler receives 80-month sentence

A federal judge on Monday sentenced a human smuggler to 80 months in prison on immigration charges related to the death of a woman whose body was found floating in the Brownsville Ship Channel in April of 2015. Galdino Jose Ruiz-Hernandez, 37, of Oaxaca, Mexico, who had been living in Brownsville, appeared Monday before U.S. District Judge Hilda Tagle, who handed down the sentence, the U.S. Attorney's Office of the Southern District of Texas announced in a press release.

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