Rodriguez set for lawyers’ hall of fame
Local attorney Ronald Rodriguez will soon be inducted into the Texas Lawyer Verdicts Hall of Fame, garnering one of the most prestigious honors a trial lawyer can be awarded.
Three candidates set their sights on LCC place 7 seat
Three candidates are vying for the Laredo Community College place 7 seat.
Chess tournament slated
LISD’s Advanced Academic Program Chess Club will host a chess tournament Saturday at the Laredo Civic Center.
The official presentation to those who will receive the Tejano Achievement Award 2014 by Council 12 of the League of United Latin American Citizens took place Thursday afternoon at the offices of Fernando A. Salinas Charitable Trust.
Lawyer files lawsuit claims
The attorney for a Webb County community center director, who claimed she was forced to perform oral sex on former county Commissioner Frank Sciaraffa, submitted Tuesday a list of alleged acts of retaliation against his client in a Laredo federal court.
Border security issues eyed
The Laredo Licensed U.S. Customs Brokers Association held the first part of their two-day 2014 Laredo International Trade Conference Thursday at La Posada Hotel, and David V. Aguilar was one of the many keynote speakers.
False quality reports
Court records relating to the arrest of Johnny Amaya, a local school board trustee and former Webb County water utilities director, and seven others, who are facing charges of falsifying government records, remained sealed as of Thursday.
Chicano theater set for LCC
Laredo Community College’s “Teatro Chicano de Laredo” and Laredo Little Theatre are joining forces for the sixth consecutive year to present the locally-written play “The Thirteenth Sacrament,” a dark comedy that humorously explores neurosis, guilt and redemption and offers a humanistic reinterpretation of the afterlife.
Harlem Globetrotters set for LEA
The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the greatest athletes and entertainers in the world, will bring their family show to the Laredo Energy Area in January.
Suspect sought in vehicle theft
Police are searching for a suspect wanted in connection to a vehicle theft that occurred Aug. 26.
2 vie for WCISD board position
With incumbent Patricia Mata not seeking reelection for her seat on the school board, WCISD Place 4, two candidates are vying for the vacancy.
Students learn the importance of news
In honor of National News Engagement Day, United High School students learned the importance of staying informed through different media affiliations.
Officials attend Policing Services Program
Mayor Raul Salinas and LPD Assistant Police Chief Gilberto Navarro have traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas to mark the 20th anniversary of the Community Oriented Policing Services Program.
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