Rio Grande Valley
Criminal past eyed
A man accused of taking part in a kidnapping in North Laredo in mid-July had recently posted bond on felony charges, including murder, according to custody records.
Man flees accident
A Nuevo Laredo, Mexico man was arrested for leaving the scene of a three-vehicle collision that he allegedly caused early Wednesday in Central Laredo.
Nine million budget deficit
Amid a $9 million budget deficit, the City of Laredo has frozen 70 full-time positions to help balance next fiscal year’s budget.
Woman speeds with kids in car
A woman endangered her two children by speeding and driving recklessly in an East Central Laredo neighborhood early Wednesday, according to police.
Scholarship funds gifted
Texas A&M International University and Laredo Community College were each awarded a $100,000 check for their scholarship endowments during a ceremony Wednesday morning.
LISD summit eyes security
Wednesday marked the last day of Laredo Independent School District’s three-day Leadership Summit.
Hazmat truck rolls over, spills big load
A tractor-trailer carrying hazardous materials rolled over Wednesday morning in North Laredo.
Militia groups along the Texas-Mexico border have grown to more than 10 active “teams” from El Paso to the Rio Grande Valley, despite warnings from U.S. Customs and Border Protection and state lawmakers.
Man gets prison for shooting
A man connected to a shooting that happened in May 2012 off Mines Road was sentenced Wednesday in the 111th District Court to four years in prison.
Hinojosa gets 33 months
A man who allegedly stole $721,000 from the Texas Workforce Commission by filing fraudulent unemployment claims was sentenced to 33 months in prison Wednesday in a Laredo federal court.
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