Fort Worth police: Teen shot by officer had grabbed gun from waistband
Hearings set for proposed county budget
Moving forward in the budget process, the Harrison County Commissioners Court scheduled several public hearings regarding the adoption of the proposed tax rate and county budget for the 2015 fiscal ye
Gladewater Police Department to offer citizen police academy
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The Gladewater Police Department aims to educate the public and debunk myths about police work during its first citizen police academy in September.
MHS grad completes med school
Daniel John Cornelius recently graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscience.
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.
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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.
Fort Worth church prays for former member stricken with Ebola virus
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.
LISD summit eyes security
Wednesday marked the last day of Laredo Independent School District’s three-day Leadership Summit.
New exhibit opens at Marshall Visual Arts
Residents will get the chance to view artwork made by community members over the last four years at The Art Event’s Gallery Exhibit Opening reception tonight.
Anderson’s family site now set up
Since the June 30th murder of Scottsville native and 1990 Marshall High School graduate Lahomer Anderson in her Dallas home, her young adult daughter, La’Nin Green, has been trying to pick up the piec
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