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A document released by the Texas Department of Public Safety warns that ISIS is actively promoting and encouraging supporters to take advantage of the porous southern border to engage in terror attacks against U.S. citizens, Breitbart.com reported Friday.
Lights. Camera. AcciA3n! Latino filmmakers on the move A small but growing number of Latinos are making their mark in Hollywood as directors.
A Laredo man says the past few days his water pressure has been extremely low...to the point he says his water will completely shut off.
An environmentalist dressed as a "bag monster" protests HB 2416 on March 20, 2013 by State Rep. Drew Springer, R-Muenster, banning local bag ordinances.
When you are getting new tires, do you stay with the old ones, or let the store dispose them for you? This is a question that soon you will have to think twice the answer to.
Rosa Lopez can't believe her father is missing. 75-year-old Benjamin Lopez was last seen at their home off of highway 359 Sunday night and it was Monday morning Rosa would get the news.
The new state-of-the-art uplink system at Laredo Community College has connected Laredo to the world by being able to send video, audio and data to any part of the globe using direct satellite technology.
A joint effort between the Webb County Sheriff's Office and a federal law enforcement agency led to the arrest of a fugitive.
Authorities say the body of a 13-year-old boy who drowned while swimming in a Laredo lake has been found.
Webb County's Juvenile Treatment Drug Court program wants to help Laredo youth who struggle with drug addiction.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Laredo Port of Entry this week apprehended a Plano man wanted in Greenville County, Texas in connection with an outstanding warrant for homicide.
The family of a Mexican man they said was shot dead by U.S. agents on the Mexican side of the border in 2012 filed a lawsuit on Wednesday seeking damages from the United States for what the family claims was an excessive and illegal use of force.
LAREDO, TEXAS / NUEVO LAREDO, MX - The family of a man shot in Nuevo Laredo by a Border Patrol agent is one step closer to getting justice.
The Office of District Attorney secured a guilty plea in its case against Jose Luis Garcia-Pacheco, 37, stemming from various sexual assault acts that occurred two years ago.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:12 am
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