Armed robbery case
A woman posing as a victim in a local casino robbery was arrested Friday for her involvement in the crime, police said.
Ice Bucket Challenge
Under the hot, blazing sun, the Webb County Sheriff’s Department found a way to cool off while making a refreshing donation.
Truck strikes man in chair
A 53-year-old man in a wheelchair was seriously injured Tuesday after a vehicle struck him in Central Laredo.
Police seek robbery suspect
The Laredo Police Department is looking for a suspect wanted in a series of robberies that began last Thursday.
3 nabbed in assault case
A man wanted in connection with a “brutal” sexual assault of a woman in Cotulla was arrested Monday in Laredo, the U.S. Marshal’s Service said Monday.
Police seek applications for positions
The Laredo Police Department will be accepting applications for patrol officers starting today until Aug. 26.
School gets 2 recognitions
Trautmann Middle School has much to celebrate, for the school garnered two recognitions early this summer by the Texas Education Agency.
SENTRI enrollment time expands
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Field Operations at the Laredo Port of Entry would like to advise travelers and the community to take advantage of the first-time, extended hours for Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection (SENTRI) enrollment.
Limo ride part of ‘Bash’
To celebrate the beginning of the school year, Chick-fil-A will be host to a number of fun-filled activities all week as part of its Back to School Bash.
Attorney discusses unlawful convictions
The Gateway Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Laredo Webb County Bar Association, invited native Laredoan Sandra Guerra Thompson, a professor of law at the University of Houston, Monday to speak to members about wrongful conviction.
No plans to leave city council post
A Laredo city councilman who was charged with felony drug possession said Monday he does not plan on stepping down and welcomes a recall election.
More than 2,000 AEP customers in South Laredo were without power due to an outage caused by a tractor-trailer accident late Saturday.
Community Health Systems, a major hospital network that operates Laredo Medical Center, said that personal data, including names, Social Security numbers and addresses, for 4.5 million patients had been compromised in a Chinese cyberattack on its systems from April to June.
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