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05/27/2020

Governor Announces $3.6 Million To Connect Nursing Facility Residents and Families

For Immediate Distribution | May 27, 2020 | (512) 463-1826 Governor Abbott, HHSC Announce $3.6 Million To Connect Nursing Facility Residents And Families   AUSTIN- Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) today announced $3.6 million in funding for nursing facilities to purchase tablets, webcams, and headphones to connect residents READ MORE.
05/27/2020

Cameron County Confirms More COVID-19 Cases

    Cameron County has received confirmation of an additional thirteen (13) case reports of COVID-19. This includes the following:     Residence Gender Age(s) Transmission Brownsville Male 50, 54 Community Brownsville Male 31 Travel Brownsville Female 31, 34, 37, 68 Link to Previous Case Brownsville Male 2, 7 Link to Previous Case Harlingen Female READ MORE.
05/26/2020

Real estate agents turn to technology for help

Virtual tour houses are not uncommon, but it has now become the norm for real estate agents. Because the real estate industry was named an essential service by Gov. Greg Abbott, its services did not stop. Instead, they changed. Based on information provided by the Harlingen Board of Realtors, Texas Realtors and active agents in READ MORE.
05/26/2020

Rio Hondo Man Charged With Killing Harlingen Teen

A $2 million bond is keeping a Rio Hondo man behind bars after he was charged with the murder of a 15-year-old Harlingen girl. 20-year-old Jesus Saldana Ramirez is accused of killing Alexandra Castillo two weekend ago. Castillo’s body was found with numerous lacerations along the side of Bob Youker Street, south of Valley International READ MORE.
05/23/2020

Cameron Co. confirms another COVID-19 related death

An 86-year-old woman died after testing positive for COVID-19, Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño Jr. announced Saturday in a news release. The woman was a resident of Veranda Nursing Home, according to the release. This brings the total number of deaths related to COVID-19 to 33 in Cameron County. Additionally, 12 people – from Brownsville, READ MORE.
05/23/2020

Cameron County Confirms More COVID-19 Cases

    Cameron County has received confirmation of an additional 15 (fifteen) case reports of COVID-19. This includes the following:     Residence Gender Age(s) Transmission Brownsville Male 22 Community Brownsville Male 32 Travel Brownsville Female 20, 22, 27, 58, 62, 69, 90 Link to Previous Case Brownsville Male 51, 62, 62, 91 Link to READ MORE.

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