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The recent maquinita raids conducted by Laredo police with assistance from the District Attorney's Office represents a possible change in approach to investigating the 8-liner... [Read More]
The recent maquinita raids conducted by Laredo police with assistance from the District Attorney's Office represents a possible change in approach to investigating the 8-liner... [Read More]
Trial for a man accused of inappropriately touching a 13-year-old girl was canceled Monday after the District Attorney's Office filed papers dismissing the case. [Read More]
Maquinitas' ignominy has touched Laredo's political sphere several times in recent memory. [Read More]
Under state law, maquinitas can exist only for amusement purposes, meaning no actual gambling should be involved. The idea is that people can pay to... [Read More]
While Alzheimer's disease devastates families, it also teaches life lessons of how capable we are and what love can conquer. [Read More]
A former treasurer for the Laredo Rifle and Pistol Club accused of stealing over $20,000 from the organization was placed on pretrial diversion this week. [Read More]
Out of approximately 50 homicides recorded by Laredo police during the past five years, only a few remain unsolved. [Read More]
On Friday, 49th District Court Judge Jose A. Lopez sentenced Orlando Morales, 37, to serve eight years in prison, probated for eight years for inappropriately... [Read More]
The number of individuals indicted as part of an alleged auto-theft ring that stole vehicles locally and around Texas to be delivered to the Zetas... [Read More]
Laredo City Councilman Vidal Rodriguez's sentencing hearing for charges related to the dissemination of confidential records in December 2015 has been postponed until October. [Read More]
Eleven defendants involved in a Laredo-based organization that transported shipments of narcotics for the Zetas drug cartel were sentenced Wednesday in federal court. [Read More]
Two juniors at United High School are facing disciplinary action after accessing teacher files and electronic gradebooks to manipulate grades this semester, United ISD announced... [Read More]
Judges, lawyers and legal professionals will be gathering in October to celebrate a historical ceremony and Mass as they seek guidance and wisdom from the... [Read More]
Two persons of interest in the slaying of a young couple in June 2016 have been sentenced to prison in Mexico on drug-related charges, according... [Read More]
A Mexican national received a 20-year prison sentence after pleading guilty Thursday to beating his 1-year-old stepdaughter to death in a north Laredo home. [Read More]
Julio Cesar Hernandez Palos walked free Wednesday afternoon after a jury in the 111th District Court found he acted in self-defense when wielding a knife... [Read More]
A man accused of assaulting four men with a knife at an after-party in early January took the stand Tuesday in the 111th District Court... [Read More]
Julio Cesar Hernandez Palos faces four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for an incident that allegedly occurred Jan. 8 as a result... [Read More]
The District Attorney's Office announced Monday it secured a guilty plea from a man who assaulted a 54-year-old three years ago in a local store... [Read More]
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