Steve Clark

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

Space time: Ceremony held to launch ‘Expanding Frontiers’

It’s fitting that an entity meant to launch Brownsville into the new space age should be housed in a building from the city’s cutting-edge...

Brownsville Film Society seeks to lure production

The easier it is to make movies in and around Brownsville, the more movies will be made in and around Brownsville. That’s the thinking behind...

Tariff reversal allays economic experts’ fears

Tariff Tactics AIM Media Texas newspapers, The Monitor, Valley Morning Star and Brownsville Herald, partnered to produce a series of stories gauging the impact on...

Heavy Metal: Former nuclear carrier may come to Brownsville

There’s a good chance that the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will be dismantled in Brownsville. If the former USS Enterprise (CVN-65) does come here,...

Grassroots group gauging support for new Valley NPR station

Gauging community support for a public radio station covering the Rio Grande Valley is the purpose of a public meeting scheduled for June 6...

Residents oppose oil projects at Brownsville port

BROWNSVILLE — At a public meeting hosted by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on May 28, environmentalists spoke out against an oil-and-gas logistics...

Going green: Ozanam Center in Brownsville gets solar panels, upgraded kitchen

Brownsville’s Bishop E. San Pedro Ozanam Center homeless shelter has a new kitchen and enough solar panels to run the entire complex, thanks to...

Rio Grande Valley, Florida compete in construction of SpaceX Starship prototypes

Elon Musk, CEO and lead designer of SpaceX, confirmed via Twitter on May 14 that Starship prototypes are being built at Cape Canaveral in...

Basic Economics: Dallas Fed Chief urges more workforce growth, GDP improvement

BROWNSVILLE — One good reason for immigration reform comes right down to basic economics. Robert Steven Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank...

Study: Tomato tariffs likely to cost consumers

Fresh tomatoes imported from Mexico are about to become scarcer and pricier thanks to the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Tomato Suspension Agreement with...