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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
Wind, rain and hail forecast for tonight
A strong cold front is headed for the Valley tonight and it could bring with it lots of thunderstorms, powerful winds and hail. The National Weather Service in Brownsville says the front is expected to arrive in the Valley between midnight and 2 a.m. In the far western parts of the Valley, including Starr County, wind gusts could reach up to 70 mph this evening.The Agony Scene Return With New Single Hand of the Divine From Upcoming Album Tormentor
The Agony Scene have returned with a brand new song and video. The band has partnered with Revolver to premiere "Hand of the Divine."Starr leaders briefed on border wall location
If it wasn't for last weekend's University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Guitar Festival, Juan Pablo Garcia wouldn't have had the chance to meet one of his musical heroes, French guitarist Judicael Perroy. Kurt Martinez, director of the school of music, said the aim of the three-day festival was to expose students and anyone interested in the string instrument to new techniques and potential career paths.Judge gives man 50 years over $1.2 million in stolen fajitas
Escamilla, 53, of Brownsville, Texas, was sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to theft by a public servant, according to the Brownsville Herald . Escamilla is a former employee of the Cameron County juvenile detention center.'Great Gatsby' takes center stage at Camille Playhouse
A scene from the theatrical version of The Great Gatsby written by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald now showing at Camille Playhouse in Brownsville as cast members Emma Yznaga plays Daisy Buchanan, from left, and Johnathan Gonzalez plays protaganist Jay Gatsby as they share a slow dance on stage during dress rehearsal. A scene from the theatrical version of The Great Gatsby written by American author F. Scott Fitzgerald now showing at Camille Playhouse in Brownsville.Port of Brownsville and Big River Steel LLC Sign Option Agreement
Apr 24, 2018--The Brownsville Navigation District Board of Commissioners - the governing body for the Port of Brownsville - has signed an option agreement covering up to 800 acres of property with Big River Steel LLC enabling the steel-maker to continue its due diligence pursuant to the company's interest in developing a LEED-certified steel manufacturing plant, storage and distribution facility. The plant would cost more than $1.6 billion to construct.Minnesota woman suspected in 2 killings waives extradition
Documents show that Oregon child welfare officials knew the family in an SUV that plunged off a California cliff had faced a child abuse investigation in another state when it looked into allegations in 2013. A woman being held in Texas on charges that she killed two people in separate states, including her husband, will likely be sent to Florida for prosecution.What happened to that "invasion" of America?
"Two weeks ago, right-wing groups were filled with fear over an impending invasion of the United States. The invaders, they said, consisted of hundreds of immigrants who, they said, were planning to illegally invade the United States from Mexico.Federal judge orders Yarrington held without bond
U.S. federal agents transport former Tamaulipas Governor Tomas Yarrington Ruvalcaba in a Dodge Durango after a hearing at the Federal Courthouse in Brownsville in front of U.S. District Magistrate Judge Ronald Morgan who ordered Yarrington be held without bond. Yarrington faces many federal charges including drug trafficking, bank fraud and tax evasion.Suspect in Florida, Minnesota shootings waives extradition
A woman who authorities believe killed her husband in Minnesota, then fled to Florida where she fatally shot her look-alike with the intention of assuming her identity waived extradition to both states Monday afternoon in Brownsville. Cameron County District Attorney Luis V. Saenz, said federal deputy marshals brought Lois Riess, 56, to the 197th state District Court, where she waived extradition to both Florida and Minnesota.Edinburg police investigating vandalism at St. Joseph's Church
An investigation is underway here after St. Joseph's Catholic Church was vandalized over the weekend, resulting in a broken stained glass window and the desecration of a statue of Jesus Christ. Cleaning staff arrived Saturday morning to find that one of the church's stained glass windows was partially shattered after having what appeared to be a piece of concrete thrown at it.Texas man sentenced to 50 years for $1.2M theft of fajitas
Gilberto Escamilla looks back before his sentencing hearing Friday, April 20, 2018, in the 107th state District Courtroom in Brownsville, Texas. Escamilla entered two pleas of guilty for charges related to the theft of over $1 million of fajita meats he stole and resold over two years through his position with Cameron County.Odd News: Texas man sentenced to 50 years for $1.2M theft of fajitas
His scam was uncovered when he missed work for a medical appointment and an 800-pound fajita delivery arrived at the center, which doesn't serve fajitas. BROWNSVILLE, Texas - A Texas man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for stealing $1.2 million worth of fajitas over nine years.Whoever gets to Texas first gets to extradite accused FMB murderer
Our sister station in Brownsville, Texas, reports that Lois Riess, who is accused of murdering a woman on Fort Myers Beach, will be extradited to the state that arrives first. Riess is accused of killing Pamela Hutchinson because the two looked alike.Security tight for ex-Tamaulipas governor court apperance
Security is tight at the federal courthouse in Brownsville as ex-Tamaulipas governor Tomas Yarrington Ruvalcaba is scheduled to make his first appearance in federal court. Yarrington, 61, who faces charges of racketeering, drug smuggling, money laundering and bank fraud, will appear before U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald Morgan at 1:30 p.m., officials report.Victims advocate turns hardship into leadership
During the past 10 years, Daisy Lopez has worked her way from being an outreach legal advocate at Friendship of Women, Inc., to victim and education manager. The 30-year-old has helped domestic abuse victims at their most vulnerable.Early voting to start Monday
The following is a list of early voting locations for the Texas Southmost College District and the Brownsville Navigation District Elections: The times and dates will vary during early voting. Call the Cameron County Voter Registration and Elections Office for voting hours and dates at 544-0809.
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