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Fire involving 12 trucks at Port of Brownsville extinguished

The Port of Brownsville said a "fire incident" happened Tuesday morning involving several tanker trucks staged at a truck parking area.

The USS JFK may arrive at the Port of Brownsville in mid-December

There’s a good chance the former USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) aircraft carrier will arrive at the Port of Brownsville around Dec. 15 for dismantling.

Brownsville to relocate business negatively impacting residents with dust

City of Brownsville leaders said on Monday that they’re pressing forward with a plan to relocate a specialty minerals plant that has been negatively impacting residents of the Rey Jaime neighborhood for years.

Port of Brownsville receives historic funding from Texas Legislature

It took a while, but the Texas Legislature finally decided that the state's seaports are worth funding, and the Port of Brownsville was among the major beneficiaries.

Port of Brownsville’s Foreign-Trade Zone breaks another record

The Port of Brownsville’s Foreign-Trade Zone, FTZ No. 62, broke another cargo record in 2022, according to the U.S. FTZ Board’s 2022 report to Congress published Aug. 22.

Legislative update: Gonzalez touts bipartisan bills

U.S. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez Jr., D-McAllen, updated constituents Monday morning on what he’s been working on in Congress lately.

Go deep: Brownsville Ship Channel project moves forward

The deepening of the 17-mile-long Brownsville Ship Channel that port officials have been arguing for years is essential for the port to remain competitive is finally about to get underway.

LNG moves forward: NextDecade to begin construction of port terminal

More than eight years after Rio Grande LNG LLC submitted a request to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to begin the pre-filing process on a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal at the Port of Brownsville, parent company NextDecade Corporation on July 12 announced it had made a positive final investment decision (FID) to proceed with construction of the project.

In the running: Brownsville could get world’s first nuclear carrier

The Port of Brownsville may be the final destination for the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the USS Enterprise (CVN-65), deactivated by the Navy in 2012 and decommissioned in 2017.

Brownsville actors, crew play role in feature film ‘SEEDS’

The feature film "SEEDS" wrapped up shooting in mid-June in Brownsville and Washington D.C., resulting in great memories and much anticipation for local cast and crew, three of whom spoke with The Brownsville Herald about the project.