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Grid taxed by demand; BPUB chief details outage challenges

Rolling blackouts are one thing. Sitting in an unheated house or apartment for days in a row while the temperature outside hovers at or...

McAllen to meet with federal health officials over migrant concerns

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McAllen city leaders are scheduled to meet with federal health officials Wednesday following a call from the White House regarding the release of asylum...

17 more COVID-19 deaths reported in Cameron County

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Seventeen more Cameron County residents have died from COVID-19 related causes, the county health department reported Monday afternoon. This raises the total number of COVID-19 related...

City of Port Isabel continues water giveaways

PORT ISABEL — From electricity outages to boil water notices, residents and visitors of the Laguna Madre area have been facing several obstacles created by...

BPUB warns customers of scam artists

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The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) is warning customers to be on the lookout for scam attempts related to last week’s winter storm. BPUB reports...

Bars in Cameron County can reopen, businesses can increase to 75%

Cameron County is no longer an area with a high number of patients hospitalized with COVID-19. According to a news release from Cameron County Judge...

SPI CVB welcomes new member to the team

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Throughout Texas and Mexico,Teresa Rodriguez’s career, has been showcasing her marketing and communication skills throughout Texas. Her work focuses on the...

Hospitals confront water shortages in winter storm aftermath

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By JUAN LOZANO, JONATHAN MATTISE and ADRIAN SAINZ Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — Hospitals across the South grappled with water shortages Sunday in the wake...

UTRGV cruises past Dallas Christian in emotional return to hardwood

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EDINBURG — The UTRGV Vaqueros made their competitive return to the basketball court Sunday night at home, a tumultuous two weeks after losing head...

Analysis: A winter storm leaves Texas with a black eye

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By Ross Ramsey | Texas Tribune Texas got close to the brink this week, as bad weather, inadequate preparation and weak leadership left millions without...
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