Rio Grande Valley
Wed. session to assist people with hearing loss
Individuals who suffer from hearing loss will be able to receive information about available resources during an informational event Wednesday at TAMIU.
Cowl to offer orthopedic specialists
Jacqueline Rodriguez, newly appointed executive director for the Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center, announced Monday at a Gateway Rotary Club meeting two San Antonio doctors will join the center’s team.
Deputies find $400K in US currency
LMTonline.com / Tue, 30 Sep 2014 01:51:17 -0500
Over $400,000 in U.S. currency was confiscated Saturday morning following a traffic stop, according to the Webb County Sheriff’s Office.
LISD to offer free flu vaccines
LISD will offer free flu vaccines for eligible students at their campuses beginning Wednesday.
5 inches fell on south side
Although Webb County is not suffering from any drought conditions, rain is always more than welcome.
Coke charge draws indictment
A woman accused of attempting to smuggle cocaine valued at $1.7 million has been indicted in a Laredo federal court.
2 offenders strike again, out of state
AUSTIN — In the past decade, Texas made this deal with at least two men deemed by officials as among the state’s most violent sex offenders: If you leave Texas and never return, you can live on your own.
3 vie for LISD board seat
Three candidates are vying for the LISD District 3 seat, two of whom are going head-to-head once again.
Woman pleads guilty
A woman caught at a local port of entry with five undocumented children from Mexico who had entry documents belonging to other people pleaded guilty in federal court.
2 eye county board position
With the current WCISD Place 3 board trustee not seeking reelection, two candidates will be facing off to fill the vacant seat.
Teen, family battles deadly leukemia
Everything changed for Claire Leal when her 13-year-old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia nearly one year ago.
Seeking better lives
Martha Vieyra, 26, believes in the power of change for a better future.
The City of Laredo is conducting background checks on all candidates running for office this year and a local commission will discuss making it a mandatory practice.
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