Rio Grande Valley
Water line break
A gaping hole opened beneath a pickup late Monday afternoon in the Heights neighborhood.
Crisis consequences spread past Texas
Ever-increasing numbers of immigrants entering the United States was creating problems for federal officials and the agencies whose personnel were directly involved in immigration matters.
A man killed a woman Tuesday in an apparent domestic violence incident in South Laredo, police said.
Traffic stop nets marijuana load
A traffic stop in South Laredo led police to seize nearly $500,000 worth of marijuana, police said.
Judge grants mistrial motion
A mistrial has been declared in the case of a man accused of sexually assaulting an 8 year old on several occasions.
Witnesses testify about incident
Witnesses testified Tuesday what they saw the night of a shooting outside a North Laredo nightclub that left seven people wounded.
Tire disposal ordinance eyed
Tires in the Chacon area of Laredo pile up like the Egyptian pyramids.
Tip leads to arrest
A Crime Stoppers tip led county authorities to seize marijuana worth $1.6 million from a Laredo home in the Three Points area, the Webb County Sheriff’s Office said.
Man admits meth load
A Mexican citizen who claimed he was paid $15,000 for each time he smuggled methamphetamine was arrested last week at a local international bridge, according to federal court records obtained Tuesday.
Immigrant’s death leads to arrests
A man suspected of entering the country illegally died after being left behind by two alleged human smugglers near the Webb-Zapata county line, court records obtained Tuesday state.
Unemployment rate rises
Workforce Solutions South Texas released information Tuesday indicating that the Laredo Metro Area unemployment rate increased to 6.3 percent in June, a rise of 0.8 percent versus the previous month, but still well below the 7.6 percent registered a year ago.
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Rio Grande Valley