Steve Clark

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Steve Clark is a staff writer with the Brownsville Herald. He can be reached at sclark@brownsvilleherald.com

Port-based company will build nation’s largest dredge

Keppel AmFELS at the Port of Brownsville last month announced it had won a contract to build the nation’s largest trailing suction hopper dredge...

Starship fires engines

SpaceX conducted a successful static fire of the Starship SN8 prototype’s three rocket engines early this morning at the company’s Boca Chica complex. The test...

University professor charts behavior during pandemic

Elena Quercioli’s life’s work lies at the intersection of economics and epidemiology in a field known, as a matter of fact, as “economic epidemiology.” As...

Port grain operations facility wins $14.5 million grant

The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded the Port of Brownsville a $14.5 million grant through the agency’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) Port Infrastructure Development...

South Texas recycler receives warships

BROWNSVILLE — The Navy’s first guided missile destroyer, the USS Charles F. Adams (DDG 2), was one of two decommissioned U.S. warships that arrived...

Virus numbers to jump; Old cases are from state ‘data dump’

Esmeraldo Guardo, administrator of Cameron County Public Health, warned at a press conference today that the county’s latest update on COVID-19 cases due out...

County orders beach access closed

High tides caused by Hurricane Delta prompted Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino Jr yesterday to order the temporary closure of Boca Chica Beach and...

Longer census count upheld; Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denies Trump administration

Today the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied a request by the Trump administration to temporarily block a lower court ruling extending the 2020...

Commerce Dept. deadline reaps turmoil

The 2020 census count took another abrupt turn on Sept. 28, when the Commerce Department tweeted that the “target date” for ending door-to-door census...

Virus cases falling; Judge urges continued vigilance

At a press conference today, Cameron County Judge Eddie Trevino Jr. said the county’s falling number of new COVID-19 cases is a good sign,...