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The federal government, with the help of U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar, awarded PILLAR a $4 million grant to target individuals with mental illness or substance... [Read More]
Carlos is now elated to be reunited with the service dog that has assisted him with his disability. [Read More]
Among the topics discussed were the new COVID-19 variants and their potential impact. [Read More]
What's next for those who have upcoming court dates now that the governor loosened restrictions? [Read More]
A Dutch inventor is testing a possible new way to screen for coronavirus infections that involves having a person walk into an airlocked cabin and... [Read More]
Jessica C. Salazar has been with United ISD for 22 years and will succeed Mr. Alberto Aleman Jr., who will retire this summer after 20... [Read More]
Federal funds are on the way to help the Bruni water supply. [Read More]
Messages allege that several candidates were let go even though they passed what was requested of them. [Read More]
The trailer was referred to secondary inspection where a canine and imaging system resulted in the discovery of 28 containers filled with over 1,200 pounds... [Read More]
At about 10 a.m. on Friday, the accident caused a temporary closure of San Bernardo Avenue north. [Read More]
Laredo Sector Border Patrol Horse Patrol Unit caught the undocumented immigrants in a 12 hour period... [Read More]
Some lawmakers are convinced, if we have a reopen attitude in Texas, it could have a "disastrous result" and that includes those here at home. [Read More]
The City of Laredo Health Department director Richard Chamberlain provided the latest vaccine statistics during Thursday's briefing. [Read More]
Castro is recognized by the Organization of American Kodály Educators and will be presenting at their national conference on Saturday. [Read More]
Citations will stop after March 10th, but the judge encourages people to still wear masks even if there aren't legal consequences. [Read More]
The Laredo International Airport's director Jeffery Miller says they are not making any changes. [Read More]
Sheriff Martin Cuellar says it comes from safety procedures and guidelines implemented in the facility since the start of the pandemic. [Read More]
Drivers that are found guilty can face fines up to $4,000 and face up to two years in jail. [Read More]
Firefighters in Zapata County are trying to put out a grass fire at the river banks of San Ygnacio on Thursday evening. [Read More]
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