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a city in southern Texas on the Rio Grande near its mouth into the Gulf of Mexico

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According to the settlement agreement, Brownsville continues to deny that claim and maintains that it had "the full authority to enact the use fee .
Rio Grande LNG, a wholly owned subsidiary of NextDecade, is a multibillion-dollar land-based LNG export project located on a 1,000-acre site along the Brownsville Shipping Channel in Brownsville.
The overwhelming support helped us make the decision to settle in Brownsville.
Brownsville Herald reports that BISD high school students will research local nonprofits, and award real grants to the ones they think are most deserving.
With its strategically located crude terminals in the Permian Basin and along the Gulf Coast at the Port of Brownsville, Centurion is able to offer a full crude logistics solution.
He was a volunteer firefighter with the Mc Kenzie Fire Department and volunteers for several Brownsville organizations.
The incident happened in Brownsville, situated in the southern tip of Texas, when the cops hurried towards Cummings Middle School around 8 a.
Pan Am's maiden cargo routing will connect Brownsville with Mexico City 22 days per month.
Congratulations to the Brownsville Independent School District, winner of the 2008 Broad Prize for Urban Education--the largest education prize in America awarded to the most improved urban district.
Sixteen people in Brownsville contracted this severe form of dengue fever late in 2005, and another nine people had a less severe form of dengue infection at that time, says physician Bryan K.
of Brownsville, Taxas, will dismantle the Hannibal Victory and the Sioux Falls Victory under the terms of contracts, each worth $979,000.
The Brownsville PD conducted separate tasks with different objectives.
Brownsville, Brooklyn: Blacks, Jews, and the Changing Face of the Ghetto.
According to Jules Frapart, general manager of the Bookbee bookstore in Brownsville (Texas), it is not uncommon for cash-strapped students to pay full price for textbooks at his store, then drive to a Mexican border town where they duplicate the books at copy shops--just outside U.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas -- The flavors of Mexico predominate in this part of the Rio Grande Valley, but local consumers are developing broader tastes to which savvy retailers are catering.