by Benjamin Treviño | June 15th, 2022 | Auto Accident, Blog, Driving Tips, News, Recent News

San Benito athletic trainers killed in car-truck crash

SAN BENITO — San Benito school district athletic trainers Robert Garza, and Raul Ramos were killed June 10 in an early morning collision with a delivery truck. According to media reports, Garza and Ramos were traveling in the 27000 block of State Highway 345 about 7:30 a.m. when their vehicle was struck by the delivery… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | June 14th, 2022 | 18 Wheelers, Blog, Recent News

18-wheeler plows through San Antonio hotel wall into empty swimming pool

SAN ANTONIO – Three people were injured after a semi-truck collided with another vehicle, sending the truck through the wall of a hotel, and into an empty swimming pool. The crash happened around 3:00 a.m. June 11 in the 6300 block of IH-35 North, on the city’s northeast side. Police said a small black vehicle… Read More

Thanksgiving Ends In Tragedy

by Benjamin Treviño | April 26th, 2022 | 18 Wheelers, Auto Accident, Blog, Lawsuit, Muerte Injusta, Personal Injury

16 injured following chase with Texas deputies

(SAN ANTONIO) — Fifteen migrants and the driver of the truck they were riding in were injured following a high-speed chase with Texas deputies on Sunday, according to authorities. According to the Medina County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy had pulled over the truck west of San Antonio on April 24 around 8:00 a.m. When one… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | April 8th, 2022 | Blog, Community

38th Annual Causeway Run & Fitness Walk

Scheduled for April 9, 2022, the 38th Annual Causeway Run & Fitness Walk promises to be even bigger and better than ever. This year’s event, which begins in Port Isabel and ends on South Padre Island, will feature two events – a 10K (6.2 mi) run, and a 5K (3.1 mi) fitness walk. The 10K… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | February 11th, 2022 | Blog, Community

2022 Brownsville Sombrero Festival

The Sombrero Festival has been a tradition in the city of Brownsville since 1986. Its purpose is to enhance the spirit of the city’s larger celebration known as Charro Days, which dates back to 1938. Proceeds from the event benefit multiple non-profit organizations, and causes throughout the community. Organizations which have received donations from the… Read More

by Amber Cortez | February 10th, 2022 | Blog, Community

31st Anniversary Henry Roberts Memorial Jalapeño 100K

Mount up, RGV cyclists. The 31st annual Henry Roberts Memorial Jalapeño 100K is almost here! The event is held every year to raise money for the Harlingen Boys and Girls Club. The Jalapeño 100K actually includes four separate distance events for different skill levels: a 12-mile ride, a 25-mile ride, a 50-mile ride, and a… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | February 3rd, 2022 | Blog, Community, General

Speed Networking at Dirty Al’s Seafood Market & Cajun Kitchen

The Brownsville Chamber of Commerce invites you to this fast-paced in-person networking opportunity. It’s a chance to meet accomplished professionals face to face, one business professional at a time. Whether you are an entrepreneur, small business owner, legal or medical professional, in the finance, real estate or entertainment industry, this speed networking event will offer… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | January 12th, 2022 | Blog, General, News

The Harlingen Marathon and Relay

The Harlingen Marathon and Relay is a collection of foot races held each year in February. Established in 2018, the annual competitions consist of a full marathon (26.2 miles), a half marathon (13.1 miles), two-person and four-person relay events, and a 5K (3.1 miles) race. Runners are encouraged to “Rediscover the beauty of downtown Harlingen… Read More

by Benjamin Treviño | January 10th, 2022 | Blog, General

Charro Days

Established in 1937, Charro Days is an annual fiesta celebrated in the city of Brownsville during the latter part of February. The celebration is an homage to the area’s Mexican heritage, and reinforces the cultural, familial, and commercial trade bonds that have long existed between Brownsville and its Mexican sister city, Matamoros. Charro Days takes… Read More

Rig Carrying Ethanol Crashes

by Amber Cortez | January 12th, 2021 | Blog

Rig Carrying Ethanol Crashes, Leaves 1 Person Dead In Houston

On the afternoon of Tuesday, January 5th, a crash involving a rig containing ethanol ignited a large fire on the North Loop near the Hardy Toll Road in Houston. Details About the Incident According to local authorities, the accident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. on the feeder road lanes on the North Loop. Houston PD… Read More

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