Nadia Tamez-Robledo

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Nadia Tamez-Robledo is a staff writer with the Brownsville Herald. She can be reached at nadia@brownsvilleherald.com

Shoppers snap up bags featuring Queen of Tejano

Did you get your H-E-B Selena bags? People were up early Thursday just to make sure they got one.

Cameron County parks dept. hopes to cut wait times through online reservations

BROWNSVILLE — Winter Texans and locals alike are wading into new territory when it comes to securing their spots in Cameron County coastal parks,...

NWS: Cold front concerns pelicans, rescuers

An incoming cold front will provide relief from warm weather, but it also spells peril for pelicans that nest in the Bahia Grande.A strong...

Surrounded by love

BROWNSVILLE — The first time 14-year-old Angela Ruelas was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Valley Regional Medical Center in Brownsville, she was...

Conjunto festival kicks off Friday in Los Fresnos

The Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center 26th Annual Conjunto Festival will return this weekend for three days of music, dancing and food — this...

Monday cold front to drop temperatures, bring rain

It’s time to turn off those air conditioners. The Rio Grande Valley’s first cold front of the fall season is coming on Monday and...

Volunteers aid immigrants left at bus stations

BROWNSVILLE — Volunteers from faith-based and grassroots organizations have spent their early morning for several weeks helping people released from an immigrant detention center...

Volunteers aid immigrants left at bus stations

BROWNSVILLE — Volunteers from faith-based and grassroots organizations have spent their early morning for several weeks helping people released from an immigrant detention center...

Rain predicted to continue into next week

BROWNSVILLE — Rain will be sticking around into next week, according to National Weather Service Brownsville, which is good news for dry Rio Grande...

Rain predicted to continue into next week

BROWNSVILLE — Rain will be sticking around into next week, according to National Weather Service Brownsville, which is good news for dry Rio Grande...