Shots fired reported at neighborhood
An investigation is underway after police said a man fired a shotgun early Monday in the Chaparral Village neighborhood.
Man arrested in aggravated assault case
A second man accused of participating in the beating of another person in early April has been arrested, police said Tuesday.
Theft suspect busted
A man wanted for robbing a chocolate store on San Dario Avenue was arrested Monday in South Laredo.
Auto-pedestrian accident reported
A man was hit by a vehicle as he crossed Saunders Street late Monday, Laredo police said.
Zapata to host bass fishing tourney
Zapata County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Bass Champs Fishing tournament this weekend.
Mental health, substance abuse help offered
The Laredo community as well as 40 Laredo and United independent school district parents will be able to receive information on mental health and substance abuse issues at an upcoming symposium.
STEM academy at TAMIU
Texas A&M International University continues to expand educational opportunities for students.
Plastic bag fee OK’d
Laredo City Council members voted unanimously late Monday to enforce a $1 transaction fee, effective in 2015, for consumers who would like to use plastic bags for their products when shopping.
For about three hours Tuesday, a local defense attorney for a suspected Zetas drug cartel enforcer questioned the FBI’s investigative work and an alleged kidnapping victim’s credibility.
Twenty-four apply for Pct. 1 job
Twenty-four people have applied for the temporary Pct. 1 Webb County commissioner job.
Woman pleads guilty to DWI crash
A woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in the 111th District Court to injuring two people in a car crash while driving drunk.
Casting for ‘My Fair Lady’
LMTonline.com / Tue, 22 Apr 2014 03:49:38 -0500
Laredo Theater Guild International enters final casting for Lerner and Loewe’s “My Fair Lady,” still referred to as the best musical of all time.
Spitting teen arrested
LMTonline.com / Tue, 22 Apr 2014 03:49:37 -0500
Laredo police used a Taser on Sunday on a juvenile who appeared to be under the influence of drugs, but authorities said the electroshock did not stop him while they tried to detain him.