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Learning curve: Mayor rates city’s first vaccine clinic

Brownsville's inaugural COVID-19 vaccine clinic was generally a success even though some things could have gone better. That's according to Mayor Trey Mendez, who noted...

Three Texas regions battered by coronavirus are out of intensive care beds

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By Megan Menchaca and Mandi Cai, Texas Tribune Health officials in Laredo — one of three Texas regions whose intensive care unit beds are full...

Mitte moves forward: Parking lot construction to begin soon

Plans for a makeover of the segment Mitte Cultural District northeast of Ringgold Avenue between East 6th and East 7th streets are coming into...

EDITORIAL: Your page: Addressing content provided by readers

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This space, like editorial and opinion pages across the country, might occupy a relatively small portion of our daily content, but it is one...

BISD employees sign up for vaccine

The Brownsville Independent School District is working proactively to be able administer COVID-19 vaccines to its employees, and when approval comes, to students. As of...

DSHS announces vaccine supply to ramp up in February

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The Texas Department of State Health Services announced Friday that doses of COVID-19 vaccines would be distributed at capacity to registered health care providers next...

Texas Capitol to close before planned armed protests of Joe Biden’s inauguration

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By Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune The Texas Capitol in Austin will be closed Saturday through Wednesday, the day of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration. The Texas Department...

Mass Injection: More than 2,000 receive COVID-19 vaccine in county clinic

More than 2,000 community members attended a Cameron County COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday at the Brownsville Sports Park where BISD, UT Health, IDEA,...

Texas lawmaker who was in Capitol tests positive for virus

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By PAUL J. WEBER Associated Press AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas House member who rejoined more than 100 lawmakers at the state Capitol said...