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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
Valley Interfaith challenges legislators to find a DACA solution

As President Donald Trump's deadline for the expiration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals quickly approaching, Valley Interfaith leaders gathered Tuesday morning to send approximately 9,000 postcard-styled petitions to legislators in Congress. "The Bible is clear.

Workforce strategy spotlighted

Families in some of San Antonio's poorest neighborhoods have been empowered economically thanks to Toyota's targeted workforce-development strategy, and the same thing can happen in Brownsville and the Rio Grande Valley. That's according to Mario Lozoya, director of government relations and external affairs for Toyota Motors North America, which builds all of its Tundra pickups and roughly half its Tacoma pickups at the San Antonio facility known as Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas Inc. .

Teen who went missing at Palo Alto Battlefield returns home

Brownsville police said a 16-year-old who left a group touring the Palo Alto Battlefield grounds last week returned home Friday evening. The Brownsville Police Department issued a welfare concern Friday afternoon saying that Miranda was with a group from Lyford touring the Palo Alto Battlefield grounds when he told the group leader he was leaving.

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Brownsville businessman Ruben Cortez has a Democratic challenger in his bid for re-election to the District 2 seat on the Texas State Board of Education, while two Republicans also are seeking the nomination to run for the seat in the November general election. Cortez, who was first elected to the board in 2012 and re-elected to a four-year term in 2014, is being challenged by Michelle Arevalo Davila, a lifelong educator and high school teacher in her native Corpus Christi who lives in Mathis and serves on that city's board of education.

3 finalists compete to be third chief of Berkshire Regional Planning Commission

The region's public sector think tank is poised to name a new leader, just its third in 52 years. This past Thursday, a search committee of the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission interviewed three finalists in the running to replace Executive Director Nathaniel W. Karns, the transplanted southerner who has been the face of the countywide agency since 1994.

Four local candidates file late finance reports

In the race for Precinct 3's justice of the peace, incumbent Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, Ronaldo "Ronnie" Garcia and Nadine Gonzalez all filed late reports, according to the Cameron County Elections Department.

Charro Days begins today with Baile del Sol

Brownsville's biggest fiesta begins today and will continue through the rest of the week as the city celebrates the 81st annual Charro Days. The festivities begin this afternoon, with the annual Baile del Sol to be held from noon to 6 p.m. at 455 E. Elizabeth in downtown Brownsville.

Yearly Offering

Incarnate WordAcademy presents its 65th annual A Little Bit of Mexico "Al Son Que Me Toquen Bailo" at 7:30 p.m. today at the TexasSouthmostCollegePerformingArtsCenter in Brownsville. This year's A Little Bit of Mexico is dedicated to the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament, which is celebrating 165 years since 1853 as the oldest, continuously open Catholic school in Texas.

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.

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