coronavirus

Sharing the spirit: BPD, BISD host drive-thru toy giveaway

The Brownsville Police Department held a drive-thru toy giveaway for children who need it the most at the Brownsville Independent School District’s Central Administration...

BISD teachers to receive $400 bonus

The Brownsville Independent School District Board of Trustees has approved a one-time payment of $400 to all full-time employees as bonus compensation for working...

County says virus rate ‘steady’

Although the state's COVID-19 positivity rate is in the red zone according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and cities like Austin...

Church to host toy giveaway for the community

Every year during Christmas season, members of the Templo La Hermosa would dress festive, gather little gifts for children in need and walk the...

Cameron County reports 3 COVID-19 deaths

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Three more Cameron County residents have died from COVID-19 related causes, the county health department reported Tuesday. The deaths were reported in Brownsville and Harlingen...

As enrollment declines, Texas school leaders urge state not to cut funding

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By Aliyya Swaby, The Texas Tribune Texas school superintendents and education advocates are asking the state not to cut funding next semester for districts seeing...

DPS announces temporary waiver for driver licenses, ID cards ending April 2021

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The Texas Department of Public Safety announced that the waiver on expiration dates for driver licenses and identification cards ends on April 14, 2021....

14,600 COVID-19 vaccines arriving Tuesday in RGV

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The Rio Grande Valley region is set to receive about 14,600 COVID-19 vaccines for health care workers as early as Tuesday. Six locations will be...

US COVID-19 deaths top 300,000 just as vaccinations begin

By ADAM GELLER and HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH The Associated Press The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 300,000 Monday just as the country began dispensing COVID-19...

Texas reports more than 8,000 coronavirus cases, 111 deaths

DALLAS (AP) — Texas reported more than 8,000 new case of COVID-19 Sunday and another 111 deaths linked to the disease caused by the...
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