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Laredo's economy is based on international trade with Mexico. The city is home to the largest inland port in the U.S. Most major transportation companies have a facility in Laredo as a result. The cities location along the southern end of Interstate-35 is close to many manufacturers of North Mexico, which promotes its vital role in US-Mexico trade.

Population: 233152
Local Newspapers: Laredo Morning Times
Local Sports Teams: Laredo Bucks (Central Hockey League)
Local Colleges: Texas A&M International University University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Zip Codes associated with laredo, texas: 78040 78041 78043 78045 78046
Towns/Cities near laredo, texas : Hebbreonville Alice Freer San Diego Cotulla

Laredo News
DREAMer and UNT student not sure what her future holds after graduation

It's a hot summer evening in 2001 in Laredo, and 6-year-old Lucero Lopez and her four siblings haven't eaten anything since their mother brought them some bread for lunch. The children are confused about what's going on.

Students get ready for the upcoming LIFE Fair

A group of LISD students have been taking their work home with them in preparation of next week's Laredo International Fair and Exposition. Students of the FFA program at Martin and Nixon High School are learning how to care for live animals at a young age.

145 grabbed in 7-day immigrant sweep of South, Central Texas

Federal immigrations have rounded up 145 people they describe as criminal aliens and immigration violators in South and Central Texas.

Taylor Farms introduces consolidation program

Over the next year, the company will gain 150,000 square feet of refrigerated space in Laredo, Texas, to store its product along with items from other grower-shippers, according to a news release. Taylor Farms expects the addition of this space will help lessen the effects of the electronic logging devices mandate by reducing the need for multiple pickups.

Mexico Not Sending Texas Its Best as Toxic Waste Dump for Mexican Waste Proceeds

Remember President Trump's controversial comment at the outset of his presidential campaign that "Mexico [was] not sending their best?" In Laredo, Texas, that's proving to be true- only the issue there is not the quality of immigrants crossing the border, it's Mexican toxic waste set to be housed in a floodplain near poor, residential areas. RedState Insider previously covered the controversy here , but just recently, the Texas Council on Environmental Quality announced that it would grant the landfill in question a draft permit to proceed.

IED Found on Bridge Connecting Laredo, Texas to Mexico

Mexican authorities say they found - and deactivated - a bomb at the Laredo international bridge, plus two minesa https://t.co/cbkcverWHI Mexican authorities have confirmed the discovery of an active improvised explosive device at one of the international bridges connecting the border cities of Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas-the headquarters of the ruthless cartel known as Los Zetas. Mexico's Attorney General's Office issued a statement in regards to the recent discovery of the IED.

Rancher sues Border Patrol chief, ranger after finding cameras...

While some politicians like to paint a picture of the U.S.-Mexican border as a pre-militarized zone waiting for a wall and a soldier to keep it safe, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like any other. less While some politicians like to paint a picture of the U.S.-Mexican border as a pre-militarized zone waiting for a wall and a soldier to keep it safe, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like ... more While the border is often depicted as a desert wasteland filled cacti and rattlesnakes, in many cases the border resembles a neighborhood much like any other: some nice houses on one side of a street, some more nice houses on the other side of the street.

Alan Sanchez Continues Winning Ways at Cache Creek Casino

Fringe welterweight contender Alan Sanchez won a one-sided eight round decision over Ramses Agaton late Saturday night at the Cache Creek Casino in Brooks, California. Sanchez has won his last eight bouts.

6 Houston men arrested at border after Laredo ATM heist

Six Houston men were arrested Tuesday at a border checkpoint outside Laredo with tens of thousands of dollars that police said was stolen earlier during an ATM robbery in the border city. Three of the suspects also had previous charges for an ATM robbery in Houston on Oct. 24, Harris County court records show.

Mexican citizen accused of sexually abusing child in Dallas County is ...

Border agents apprehended a Mexican citizen crossing the border this week who is wanted in Dallas County on charges of sexually assaulting a child. Martin Gerardo Perez Garcia, 41, was stopped on a bus crossing into Laredo on the Juarez-Lincoln International Bridge on Thursday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.

Nearly 200 illegal immigrants found in just three January smuggling busts

Law enforcement busted three smuggling operations that attempted to bring nearly 200 illegal immigrants combined into the U.S. Nearly 200 people from Mexico and Central America were stuffed inside large trucks and caught trying to enter the United States illegally during three huge January smuggling busts that occurred in just nine days. Officials in southern California said 77 people, including 5 children, were found near the Mexico border Monday packed inside a sweltering truck that had been painted to resemble a UPS truck.

Gonzalez: Big gap in reaching DACA deal

A deal for Dreamers appears "far apart" just one week before Washington prepares for another potential government shutdown, at least according to one local congressman. Speaking shortly after the president's first State of the Union address Tuesday night, U.S. Rep. Vicente Gonzalez, D-McAllen, said he believes negotiations are right where they were almost two weeks ago when the government shutdown for nearly three full days.

A sad history of land grabs, ignoring civil rights

The U.S.-Mexico border, demarcated by the Rio Grande, has proved to be an emotional and actual battlefront for centuries. The U.S.-Mexico border, demarcated by the Rio Grande, has proved to be an emotional and actual battlefront for centuries.

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My vote took much fortitude while leadership worked toward an agreement on the budget and a resolution for recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Agents stop semitrailer with 76 immigrants inside in Texas

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76 immigrants found stuffed inside tractor-trailer in Texas: officials

Border control agents pulled over a tractor-trailer in Texas and found more than 75 undocumented immigrants stuffed inside the box-like enclosure, officials said. The truck was traveling on highway 83 near Laredo, Texas last Friday when the driver was pulled over and questioned over his immigration status, according to the US Customs and Border Control .

Continue reading Immigrants aren't 'pouring' across the border, as Trump says in pitching the wall

President Donald Trump's rationale for a border wall rests on his frequent assertion that it's fairly easy for people to come into the United States illegally -- especially where the frontier with Mexico lacks fencing. "We have massive miles of area where people are pouring through," he told Rep. Henry Cuellar, a Laredo Democrat, at a meeting with lawmakers earlier this month, before Trump sent Congress a $25 billion request for wall funding.

Top Story$1 million worth of marijuana found in jalapeno load

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the World Trade Bridge in Laredo, Texas, have seized 5,000 pounds of marijuana hidden in a load of fresh jalapenos. Last week it was just under 800 pounds of marijuana hidden in a load of cucumbers crossing at the Pharr International Bridge, and this week U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Laredo, Texas, have seized 5,000 pounds hidden in a load of fresh jalapenos.

See you at the crossroads: Art of "The U.S.-Mexico Border"

Elizabeth Rustrian Ortega: Cruce de Armas, 2013, sterling silver, barbed wire, 14K gold plated silver, synthetic emerald; courtesy 516 Arts Guillermo Galindo: RopA3fono, 2013, immigrant's found clothing from Laredo, Texas; wood, contact mic; photo Richard Misrach; courtesy 516 Arts Inside a snow globe, men and women sit along a countertop. A tall slatted wall runs along the counter; on its other side, a woman prepares a meal at a kitchen station.

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